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Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 5, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 cit1918120501_sn85052076 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Citizen (Berea, Ky.): December 5, 1918 Citizen (Berea, Ky.) T.G. Pasco Berea, KY 1918 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I'HES IDENT I HEKEA EI?EA BEREA PUBLISHING CO. ONCORPORATED) WM. C FROST, Uiler4rwChUr KWitW al ato rutnfU Aim nl fUrm. AV. im MraiiW lr S OFFICE! COLLEftE "KY Vol. XX.' Five Cents Per Copy. navntffri to the Interests of tlie 3oxntan. .People DKP.EA, The Citizen MADISON COUNTY. KENTUCKY, DECEMBER 0, 1018. Knowledge is Power and tko way to keep up with modern Knowledge Is to read a good Newspaper. One Dollar and Fifty CenU Per Year. No, 23. Marshal Foch In another column we give an account of the personal piety of the great general who has just won our, world victory. victory was uncertain until the Allies were willing to unite under the leadership of a single man. They might not have been able to unite so soon had there not been a Marshal Foch in whom they could place their reliance. His name wdl stand with that of Grant and Wellington and Washington among those who have in the brutal game of war won victories for justice and for peace. A special evidence of his greatness appears in his action at the very close. By delaying the negotiations few days he could have crushed the German armies and won a spectacular triumph which would have been greater than any man had won before, but this continuance of the struggle would have cost human lives, and he chose to diminish his personal glory rather than continue the war one day beyond necessity. It is one of the rewards of the war that such a man as Foch is placed forever on the world's hero list. The President Wilson Leaves for France i THREAT TO HONS 'JiNews The Winter Term Bcrca's winter term 6pens with the new year, January first. It will be the greatest term this institution has ever known. The new buildins 'enable Berea to shelter a larger number of students, particularly young women. It would be a gratification to any parent to see the comfort and joy of the young ladies in any one of our women's dormitories. And the war has taught us all the value of education. The, government wanted to win the war, and if found that young men who had had educational advantages made the best officers. In thousands of instances college boys of twenty or twenty-on- e were placed in command of companies and battalionsof men older than themselves. Now, if college training helps to success in war it will help to success in farming or business. Berea has not been able to turn out young men fast enough from its agricultural school to supply its demand for county agents, and so of the other industries, and 's Normal School has received recognition from the State so that its graduates will have their State certificates without examination" " , Of one thing take notice In most departments the Institution will be overcrowded, and will have to turn away students at the last. In order-t- o secure rooms those who are planning to be here next winter should send in their dollar deposit immediately to Secretary Vaughn. Be-rea- French port, presumably Brest, to Europe to attend tho Peace Con- - J The President does not expect to furencn On TllnsdnV. lin nhrnnil mnrn limn mtr wnntra Tho President left Washington on which would give him Just a month a special train for Now York, whero on European soil. Bdforo tho Pcaco ho and his party, which includes Conference meets, hp will confer Mrs. Wilson and her mother, Mrs. with Premiers Lloyd Ceorgo of William II. Boiling, boarded tho renl Britain, Clcmcnccau of France, transport Ocorgo Washington, on nn(J OrlanIo of Italy, and probably which tho voyago across tho Atlan with King Albert, of Belgium, to discuss tho salient points of tho tic will bo mado. No announcement was mado as to peace treaty. tho President's itinerary or the perAmericans in general, regardless sonnel of tho parly accompanying of parly, havo confidence that Presihim. It was understood that tho dent Wilson's.prcscnco at tho Pcaco great liner, Gcorgo Washington, Table .will count for much in rightly would sail from New York with her solving the varied and complex naval convoy somclimo Wednesday. problems which will como up for About seven days will bo required discussion and settlement at the for the trip and tho ship" will dock Conference. President Wilson began Ills trip nt Delegates to the Peace Congress at Versailles arc beginning to arrive. TO WAR Tho representatives from Portugal wcro tho first to appear. Tho building In which tho Congress Is to BRINGS meet has been specially decorated for tho occasion and places havo " pT0mca ro,r the residence of Britain Aroused by Manner In the members, whilo attending tho Which Prisoners Are meeting. RENEW RESOLTS Kentucky News U. S. News '. American Conceit tors, and they should occasion gratitude rather than pride. Thersfctre some things which we have accomplished in our own time, like the advance of prohibition and the splendid efficiency in many lines which enabled us to place our great army so promptly in the front of battle. America did come in to turn the tide of battle, but we must not forget how much greater bravery and suffering are to be placed to the record of the Allies. CONTENTS FREE MOVIES AT CHAPEL It is a great man who can realize his own faults. And it is a great nation which can realize its own faults. Whether America will be great enough we hardly know. One of our faults is conceit "Braggadocio" is characteristic to too many American speakers and writers. Our Fourth of July orators Jove to tell us how many miles it is from Boston to San Francisco, but that is no credit to America. We did not make the continent. God made the continent, and we inherited it. The only things we can be proud of are the things we have made and achieved by and by struggle. There are some things which we have made and achieved, but even these were largely due to our ancesself-denial Tho influenza is now abated so PAGE 1. Editorials: Marshall Foch; that tho Collego can resumo lis frco Tho Winter. Term; American moving picture exhibits. Tho first Conceit. World News; Stato was given Thursday night, at 0: 15. Nows. Presldont Sails Franco. PAGE 2. Soldiers' Nows. "Tho Lcltors.-S'ch- ool Thcro will bo ono or two of thoso for each week all winter, and citizens aro welcomed to tho seats on west side of tho house. of Gray Man Christ," PAGE 9. Serial Story. PAGE 4. Locals and Advertising. PAGE S. General Pershing's Thanks- 'Tho columns of Tho Citizon aro fairly "bulging" with Interesting and instructivo , news this wook. Head it all I Tho housowives will find it pays financially, and lends variety to tho PA6E 6. Farm and Homo Departdaily diet to keep an oyo on tho ments, Homo Department, conducted by PAGE 7. 8. S. Lesson. Poems: "In Miss Dirnoy. Note this week's suggestions. Flanders Fields." PAGE 8. giving Address. Eastern Kentucky News. Mountain "Counties Awake. Horo's a horrid paragraph now going tho rounds of tho papers: Sho: "Generally speaking women He (looking up from lighting bv lpo) "Yes, they are." She: "What?" Ho: "Generally speak. Ing." nre." "Hints to Mountain Farmors" is a timely arliolo in tho Farm Depart-niun- L Counlv Ajrent Snnncn hat valuablo suggestions to offer from his Department, and talks to tho farmors on pago six of Tho Citizen each week. Many of tho points which aro given in this section of our paper each weok aro worth tho prlco of our yearly subscription many times over. Thrco training battalions of tho "A Mr. Zrszizczyaski has been visField Artillery Central Officers' iting in the United Slates." Beg Training School, including about pardon. What namo did you say? (00 candidates, wcro graduated at Camp Taylor recently. Tho folks "back homo" havo little sympathy with Senator Sherman's A record price was paid for Madi atlaok on President Wilson for going son county land when Circuit Court to lhe Pcace conference, and th "of- uerk James Wagers purchased tho fcn!,vo WIH likely bo short-live- d. V lUUIl UI 11. V. iiiii tuuu-uItnwland and Mrs. Sallio Lackey at Tho United Stales War Industries Waco for $8,000, or 1060 per acr6. Board has abandoned its plon to fix llio retail nricn nf hnnla nml shoes, Congressman Harvey Helm, of bccM30 of changcd industrial con- Lincoln County, roprescntativo of ditions brought about by the ending the eighth district, has announced of the war. It is explained tho that ho will rctiro from office at tho releasing of large quantitiesthat ma of conclusion of the term for which he lerial for civilian purposes will ro has just been elected. null in increased production and re newed competition, so thai, prices Tho "flu" situation throughout tho will reach a rcasonablo level. State is far from satisfactory. While in sonio localities tho epidemic is Sinco there is no longer need for abating, tho situation is still serious in Morgan county and adjoining our merchant vessels to carry huge cargoes of war munitions for our sections. forces in France, there seems to bo rnQprlnnla nf Qfillifnti nml W no 'Jood reason why the ban on Tlln cinity began this week to receive Christmas packages for our 2,000,000 uo ii.aier.u .y ii.uu.-take- n pay for their farms and property 1 tVashliiRton, Dec. 2. Hoston. New over by the United States for "l'1 aml 10 fricnd? A"d Natives In Vn., Pv our York,S.Newport News,ports nnd Charlespurpose of building Camp Knox.' lh,s conn ry Permilt1 the the war deC. nre the overseas heroes a royal Christmas, ton, It is estimated that about fh reThere is still time, to mako thp partment now plans to use for the of tho county Is included in turn of the nrmy from oversens. Kven change if wo let tho War Departthe deal. with this wide distribution of the ment at Washington know at once strain on iort futilities nnd transporWord has been received that En- just what our wishes aro in the tation, however, and with German ships now Idle In German harbors emsign Arnold Hanger, son of Colonel matler. ployed on the tnsk, careful estimates and Mrs. Hanger, of Richmond, is pboard tho destroyer Parbcll, which1 T,1(1 Chemical Warfaro Section of show that the' hist of the nrmy could possibly reach the United States is ono or President Wilson's convoys 1,10 United Slates Army has notified not eight months. ConservaIn United States Food Admlnlslra-quit- e tiveless than voyago to France. This Is on tho calculations, upon which preparaan honor for this young Mad- - lio t,,nl the supply of fruit pits tions by the department probably will now on nana is su be based, tlx ten months ns the minitson boy, recently out of Naval nmi "Ul indent to meet the requirements for mum. Academy. gas masks, and the tho saving of PRISONERS POUR INTO FRANCE Tho mountains of Kentucky, liv- those is no longer necessary. It is added, however, that carload ing up to their traditions of tho past, have in tho CTcat war fur shipments are still desired. Whero Fifteen Thousand Released Allied Sol. diers Pass Through Metz and nished as many real stars in tho lI,PI ,s uncertainly as to whether Verdun. war game as tho service stars which l,m amount iiccumulnted is sufficient be considered as a carload or adorn tho doors of tho Eastern Ken- lor's. Dec. 2. Fifteen thousand tucky homes signify. Daily news quantity shipment, tho local Red allied soldiers who have been prisoners Cross should be consulted, comes of young men from tho moun- of wnr In Germany are pouring through tains who before tho end of tho1 Unshipped collections should not .Afc'tz nnd nil equal number Is pnsslng struggle came, fell in tho thick of '", destroyed, it is advised, hut used thronph Verdun, according to Y. M. C. I ns fuel Amerlcnns and A teadquarters here. tho big fight. r.rtlfh nre belnc'recelved nt Verdun Y. M. C. A. and nrQ given food Tho Kentucky Association of Hernard M. nnrueh, chairman of by tin and tobacco, as well iib any other nld Haplists is in session at Campbolls, lhe War Industries Hoard, has lo tluit may be necessary. A lnrue numthis week. Tho Rev. W. M. warded his resignation to President ber of American olllcers will enter Mailings, of Greenville, was chosen Wilson to tako effect on January I Suilzf rlonil, according to the Y. 51. C. as Moderator by flvo voles in n There has been no announcement, A. These iiien are now being concensuiriieu coiucsi over iaio senator nowever, ns io its acceptance. Mr. trated nt Vlllencen. Germany, for transfer over the Swiss frontier. W.,A. Frost, or Wingo, who was Ilarnch's decision to resign is Assistant Moderator. derslood lo havo no bearing on tho Prof. John L. Hill, of Georgetown,1 reported desiro of tho President to SHIPYARDS KEEP ON WORKING was chosen secretary and tho Rev. namo him as Secrelary of the Trcas-D- r. Piez Declares More Vessels J. G. How, or Louisvillo, assist- - ury. but is in lino with his known Charles Necessary to Carry Food Are ant secretary. hollof that tho affairs of tho board to Europe. can bo closed by tho first of tho year. During tho last few days two The board's activities havo been Philadelphia, Dec. 'J. Announcehomes in Lancaster havo been sad- - purtailcd as rapidly as its relations ment that the coming of pence will not dened by tho nows from tho War with industries mado necessary to slow down materially the shipbuilding Department, that two moro Garrard complcto tho war program havo activities of the yards fringing the Delaw&rt' rtver Is mado by Charles county boys havo fallen on tho Iteld heen removed, Plez, vice president and generat niunu-pe- r of honor. James H. Naylor received. .. (f the Kmergeiicy Fleet corpora. nows of tho death of his son, ,,. , D 3 "w tion. ,Mr.s: f?wral Lilburn Naylor, who was with1, , Ships nnd more chips, according to " 1 " ) the American Fpeditipnary Forces Mr. Plez, will be neded to transport in Franco. His death occurred Oo food supplies to feed Kuropc, nnd for cross affair." tho necessary materials that wilt be tobcr 13, due to pneumonia. Nows required for tho reconstruction pe"r aL!llr,8- nvcr $200,000 in tho inheritance tax riod lu the area. MUM UUCI1 AIIICU llllll. UIUH BUIJ, i'lVU, fund, but State Auditor Greeno beIn action on October 25. Ho was lieves that tho new tax laws mado GERMANS LOST 200 only nineteen years old when ho no provisions for tho school fund 1017, in tho regular onllstcd in Juno, sharing in this fund. Heretofore Total Number of Submarines Built by army. Ho was a member of Com Qtrmany Estimated to Have tho school fund has received its pro pany F, Fourth Infantry. Been 360. portionate part of tho inheritance I I.. in mill II. umuuiitcu In London, Dec. 2. It Is announced . tu.. tit iviu (ilia n.Mn,.n.J iu .iiA it r iS n.'c ' W000 and ln 10" " counted to SuSrlrSndin that approximately 200 German subJin,," 17h W000 10 80hoo' Permitted marines were destroyed during the ?lT to L to 8'iare in tho fund, tho school fund war. Tim toiui nuinDer or an type in.,.' i.,i i ,..a i MiVVXrllnnnn Wi" rCCeIV0 ""nothing llk0 100,000 built by the Oertn.B. I. estimated to "n. t'i year from this source. taw tl ui onc-twcl. for-vilcn I Some rpioslions havo been raised in regard to tho genuineness of tho GERMANS SEND EXPLANATION German Emperor's abdication. In order to remove all doubt of tho reality of such action tho present Message From Berlin Say That Everygovernment has published tho text ' of tho document to which tho Emthing Is- Now Being Done to At- peror placed his signature. It covers sure Orderly Return tho case fully and should put at rest of Captives. any further fear thai an ovasion had Amsterdam, Dec. 2. In response t taken place. a llirent by tliu Urltlsh urmlstlcc cum-- , nitssloners Unit hostilities wunlil In- - re- Tho city of Metz, in Lorraine, is sumed unless tho conditions under now in tho bands of the French and which prisoners were arriving In the allied lines were remedied, u Iterlln a French mayor has been appointed to administer tho government. Tho telegram declurus that everything i being done by Germnny to assure tlie German population has been notified that they will bo securo In their orderly return of prisoners. The German response udds that the property and person and may look regular transport of returning prison for cnual rlchts and fair trenlmnnL ers now is insured and mat sucn trans- - Thcro wa3 somc surprJso manfc3t port bus already been effected to a ed, as harsh rlreatmcnt had been considerable extent. expected. Schleiwig Ceded to Denmark. Amsterdam, Dec. 1!. A report from It is tho plan of the labor leaders ltcrllu declared that Germany had ceded North Schleswig to Denmark. of tho world to havo a meeting in Paris whilo the Congress is in sesReds Seize German Wireless. Berlin. Dec. 2. A group of Inde- sion at Versailles. All matters of pendent soclul democrats, closely Iden- - common interest to working men fled with the Spnrtocus element of will be discussed and an effort will Doctor I.lebknecht, has seized con- - bo mado to organize an intcrnatlon- trol of nil wireless Rtntlnns In Ger al federation of laborers. Tho Unit- -j ,mmy ,,n'1 nmv ls t"!""lt,lK l,rmm gnnda and other news, the Herlln T.ige- - ed States will be represented by Mr. Gompers and four or flvo of tho blatt frays It Is Informed. Chancellor Kbert and Herr Hnayo heads ot labor unions. on behalf of the government, the new. paper odds, warns tlu press nt home Another or tho provisions of the and abrnrd of this condition nnd de armistice was fulfilled during the government will clare further that the week when tho Black S'ea fleet of not assume repojMhlJty for wireless Information now belnglseiit out'nf Oer- - tho Russians was surrendered to the Allies. This fleet had been taken many. over by tho Germans and was to bo AT 4 PORTS used by them in carrying out their LAND YANKS plans of subduing Russia. The Treeto Bring Army ing of the Dardanelles from mines Will Take Eight Months has made it possible for the vessels Back to the United of tho Allies to enter the Black Sea. States. ' ' Released. 1 It is reported that tho government of Germany has given, over to tho provinco or Sleswlck which was taken from her by Prussia in 1801. Tho pcoplo wcro allowed to express their choico according tho principles laid down by President Wilson. It was expected that Holstein would also be given the same chance but Germany would find it hard to return that provinco as tho population is much moro German than it is in Slos- wick. l)en-"-m- ark It is rumored that the Popo is considering removal from Rome. Thero has been considerable feeling in Italy that he has not shown suf ficient sympathy with tho successes which havo attended tho offorts of. their armies. Tho interests of tho Pope aro naturally divided, becauso ho has members of tho church in all tho countries, especially Austria. Britain to Assist Russia. London, Dec. 2. Orent llrltalu ha decided to nsslst the provisional government of Russln by establishing n " new ruble currency at a fixed rate of exchange of 10 rubles to XI sterling. The money thus received will be deposited In (he rtauk nf Knhind us tin un alienable reserve to Insure lhe liny, vertlblllty of ltul;in notes Into sterling nt the nbove rate. Gompers Sees New Perils. New York. The nation Is lu graver danger now than at any time durliiK tho war, because piwco conferences are not alwuys dominated by u spirit of Justice and demoerucy, declured Samuel Gompers, President of the Amerlcuu Federation ot Ijibor, lu un uddress here nt a "Jubilee" meeting of the American Alliance for Labor and Demoerucy. Has Horse Beaten Two Ways. "I likes dlshere uutomohlles," said Uncle Khen, " 'cause I likes unlmals. A mean man kin keep beatln un sturvltt" a how. Hut If he gits rough wif a Itlv- -' ver lio's liable to break It un' If ho don' keep up de gasoline rations It Jes ihoH"; f,f, Pi' IS n naturally quits." 1 ,1.. .Lf ESSSJS ll.W V"!.-.. UJ II4IO .JIUIU. 4IISig ,3 beem. Athenian Military Training. Tho Athenians had a mode of universal military training more like that of modern Kurope than were most of the other mllltury training Bchcuira ot Kvcry Athenian the ancient world. youth was compelled to do two years of gurrison duty ut Piraeus,. thi Port of Athens. I Pago Two THE CITIZEN .PocomW , 1916, School News from Various Departments DEMOBILIZATION OF S. A. T. C. I Soldiers' Letters LETTER FROM LIEUT. ENQLE HOOVER SAYS Orders havo been rocclvcd lo do- -' and muster olll the two 8: A. T. C. units here qullo promptly. Captain Smilrcs and Lieutenant recently Conncll relumed from N'ashvillo. Tonn., whero they re ceived instructions in demobilization. President Frost addressed the young men at n special assembly on Wednesday. SOCIAL FOR SOLDIERS Men b'f tho Collcgo Unit were given a 'Very pleasant social by the girls of tHo Collcgo Department, Saturday night, from till eight. Games, wcro played and all enjoyed themselves to' the utmost. Refreshments, consisting of delightful sandwiches and coffee, were served. The boy's Went away, thanking their of for their demonstration ability to entertain. six-thir- ty hos-'iess- es Thai God is wjth the American people. For Christian teachers and strticlors. For not being In tho stalo tho Belgians aro In. For friends. For a good form of government. That I can look to tfcxi at all times and Ho wil) givo mo rest. That I am a Christian girl. That I have a voice; that I can sing. , That so few of our boys woro killed. That wo havo something to livo for. For living in a Christian school. That my father and mother aro well and happy. That I can bo in Dcrca. For father, mother, brothers and sisters. For health and bodily strength. For our Father in Heaven whom wo havo for our guido and strength. BEREA DEFEATS KENTUCKY WESLEYAN The Berea S. A. T. C. basket-ba- ll ACADEMT Tho Academy enjoyed Thanksgiving with one wholo afternoon of quintette defeated the Kentucky sports and revelry. Tho students veIpyan S. A. T. C. in a hotly con forgot the cares df Cicero, French tested game here, Thursday night, and all tho other essentials that take to the tune of 32 lo 12. Both teams did splendid playing, and it looked tho Joy out of school life. ' The department was divided up at first as though tho game would into two opposing groups, tho Evens be much closer than the results anil tho Odds. It may seem "odd," show it to be. Tho Wcsleyans did but the Odds came very near clean splendid team work, but they lost tho race in the early part of the gamo ing up the stakes on everything. when Berea pitched several Hold Tho fun began promptly at in tho Tabernacle, with tho goals in rapid succession; however, girls' basket hall team. In this tho thoy rallied in the first part of tho Odds carried tho Held with a score second half and it began to look of eleven to six. The boys' basket like they were about to pet on their ball game followed this with another feet again, when Van Winkle nnd Trosper resumed their old stunt of v'ctory for the Odds. The crowd now gathered down on pitching field goals, which completetho Athletic Field. Tho Odd girls ly crushed the struggling Wcslcynns. Tim line-u- p is as follows: beat tho Evens in a game of Zig-Za- g Wcsloyan: Berea : ball. Tho score was two aga'nst F Cram nothing. Tho hundred yard dash F Wyatt F Rtrayer was carried off by the Odd boys and F VanWinklo C Hughes the fifty yard dash by tho Odd girls. C Trosper G Cannnn This was followed by a thrcc-Icgg- fl Porter G Strauther race in which tho Evens got G Pitman retribution. And the Evens fol- Field goals: Wyatt 2, Van Winkle 5, tho Trosper 6, Porter I, Straycr 2, lowed this up by Odds in the tug o' war. It might be Strauther 1. .mentioned" hero that altho tho Fouls: Wyatt 2, VanWinkle 1, TrosEvens didn't make so many points per I, Cram 0. in tho rest or the conflict, we'll certainly have U) admit they had somo THE GRAY MAN OF CHRIST pull! "A California boy, serving as a bringThen camo tho tournament, soldier in the American Expeditioning with it memories of Ivanhoo and ary Forces in France, has recently ; Ul;-boys took Knicht. Sturdy written a letter to his parents In tho place of the prancing steeds San Bernardino. replaced tho while padded brooms "This American boy Evans "by shining spears. Tho Tournament name tells of meeting General Foch was on! Tense were the momen's at close range in France. as the battle raged. But only too "Evans had gono into an old soon was tho struggle ended. Tho churrh to have a look at it, and as were gallant knights of tho Evens he stood there with bared head satunhorsed and hurled down to inglo- isfying his respectful curiosity, a rious defeat gray man with the eagles of a gen- Attonlion was now turned to tho r m nri llin nnllflr rtf ia olioKKf tml sack race and the girls' relay race-- , form aso cnlered ti10 church. Only Tlic Odds won the sack race ana tne ono orderIy accompanied tho quiet evens again muo gray man. No glittering staff of of- -! when they carried off the relay. (lccrs no entourage of gold-lacTho crowd now broke up and ai(1(,S( wcre with him; nobody but started for tho Boarding Hall. All just Iho orderly. enmity was forgotten in tho pleas"Evans paid small attention at ant anticipations of tho coming first lo tho gray man, but was curi- feast, which turned out to bo tho,ous se hjm knco,", Ul0 church, .. crowning featuro of the days gio- Ti, nn..n,i ,lnMi rics. There were miles and miles fu rs of an hour had of smiles" at the Academy Dining b bpfopo U) man arog(J noom. "Leave it to Acad." might from ,Ig knce3 havo well neon tno Slogan, ior niu "Evans followed him down the dining room, plain enough in tho street and was surprised lo sco work-a-da- y world had changed to soldiers salulo this man in great exa sceno of beauty and activity. citement, and women and children Pennants and greens everywhere stopping in their tracks with awewith colored lights, and best of all, struck faces as ho passed. tables laden with tho bounties of a "It was Foch. And now Evans, of successful harvest. Yes, there was Srn Bernardino, counts tho expericranturkey, and all tho trimmin's, ence as tho greatest in his life. berry sauce, fruits, nuts, and candy; During that rs of an and mince pie, just like mother hour that tho Generalissimo of all used to mako. This was a popular tho Allied Armies was on his feature, though not for long, becauso knees in humblo supplication in that of tho speed of its dispatch. quirt church, 10,000 guns were roaring at his word on a hundred hills Tho first Friday of each month, that rocked with death. tho Sigma Tau will meet in session "Millions of armed men crouched as tho Scnalo of tho Academy did in trenches or rushed ncross last year. This plan, thoy believo, terraces at his command, will combino both tho advantages generals, artillery, cavalry, engin of debating and parliamentary drill eers, tanks fought ami wrought Let us hoar from you again, Sig- ncross tho map of Europo absolutely ma Tau. as ho commanded them to do, nnd in no other manner, as ho went into VOCATIONAL that littlo church to pray. On tho day beforo Thanksgiving "Nor was it an unusual thing for tho members of tho first year Rh- General Foch to do. There is no etorical class wrolo out their rea- day that ho does not do tho samo Hero aro thing if thero ho n church that ho sons for thankfulness. some of them: cm roach. He novor falls to spend That tho Kniser is whipped. an hour on his knees overy morning For my homo town. that ho awakes from sleep; and For tho privileges wo have at Be- every night it Is tho same. rea. "Moreover, it is not a new thing For the food I get to eat. with him. Ho has dono it his That wo can have tho pleasure of wholo lifo long." going to chapel. That God gave us tho victory. Confidential Papers Are Stolen. For tho boys that offered their Christiana. The Aftenpoalvii nujs services in tho war, and for tho tho Ilolbhevlkl havo raided the Normany that mado tho "supremo sac- wegian Legation at I'etrogrnd mid rifice." blolen confidential papcru belonging to lliu Norwegian For being an American citizen. and iSivls (ioeru. That wo gpt through tho Influenza uient. as well as wo did. one-thirty, cd out-pulli- ng k ed three-quarte- J ,:.. three-quarte- blood-drench- ed rather bad Male. Tho British aro about to wipo Turkey off tho "CONSERVE FOOD" Sugar Restrictions Still In Effect Somewhere, in France, map. Tho French and Serbs October 3, 1019. Columbus, O. Fred (!. Cnixton, havo forced Bulgaria to Btirrondor, Dear Ilomcfolks: Federal Food Administrator for Ohio, and oven tho 111116 Belgian army is It has been n long llmo slnco I forcing tho Germans back. I think CONSERVATION WEEK OPENS IN lins received n telegram from the wrolo you, just about a month. without a doubt tho war will bo UNITED STATES WHEN APPEAL I'nlted Slates Food Administration In Wnshlimton announcing that while tin In tho first placo I havo scarcely nVP this limn next voar. Tim ralnv IS READ IN EVERY CHURCH. certlllcnte plan of distributing sugar had time, in tho second placo wo scaS0n usually starts in ovor heroi to manufacturers, dealers nnd others not havo sent any mall out noout lno lrsl of November and I am could Is cnlicelled, effective Decrmlicr 1, the no matter how much wo had writ-- of ln0j opinion that after that tlmoi Nation Called on to Feed 300,000,000 restriction of four pound a mtboii k People In European Countries ten, and in tho third placo I only Ihcro will not bo much driving dono End months to householdeni and four of War Doe Not Release Americans pounds managed to get hold of an cnvclopo till next spring. for each (HI meals served In Tho prisoners from Their Pledoe. I yesterday. public eating places Is still In effert wo tmvo canlurcd all seem to bo Tho month of September, 1018, is Very much depressed with fow ox-- 1 Western Newxpapcr Union News and Hint dealers are limited to UO 8nrlc. days' supply. a month I shall novcr forget as long ceptlons, and In tho captured ma-- 1 WiinliltiKtoii. Ainerlcn'n "Food as I livo. You of courso havo road torinl several loiters havo been found Ve.k for World Itrllef" Work To De Found For Fighters. tho papers about the big drlvo by showing that In genoral all tho Gcr- -! opened when nn uppeul from Herbert Washington.--Al- l the tho American Army on tho St. Mill- - ma soldiers aro feeling somewhat C. Hoover, food administrator, whm nnd private organization Government which have icl sector that began on tho ovoning tired of war and wanting rend In churchcx throughout the coun- been actively concerned with the 8amo try. Mr. Hoover, who In In Buropo prosecution of the war, nnd In pur of September 12, so there is not u i0 pnd. much I can add to what you havo You havo been asking about what arranging for food supplies for the tlcuhir with the welfare of soldiers populations of that country, wild the nnd sailors, are to unite hi a great read in tho papers, and also I could u,0 Red Cross, Y. M. C. A. and IH'ople of United States taivc an drive to find sultnble civilian employ, from certain knowledge of valion Army havo boon doing. I opportunityttiefor to mcnt for the nation's fighting men as renewed only a small part of tho sector) for have not seen so much of tho Red mankind liy helping, throughhen Ire (iiiioru-tlothey lire demobilised. All efforts will instanco the few hundred yards on qross yet, but tho others aro certain-- 1 of food here, to feed ilOO.OOO.OOO be directed toward not only repluclni: nd- -j which my regiment made its y doing n lot of good. Wo didn't hungry people In Northern France, the men In Industry, commerce and vanco- japprcoialo them so much until this' nclglum, Central Iluxslu, Southern agriculture, hut In Uncling for the InOn the 3d of September I tookJ,r,vc started, but all during tlioi Kuropc, Poland mid Armenia. The dividual man the best work open to the Company up lo tho front lino tlrivo they sent us up hot cocoa atf food administrator also discussed the him. trenches on n certain part of tho niplit. tobacco, etc. A few days ago, pledge given Inst summer to the Inter- nllled Food I'outicll liy the American Gigantic Prussian Plot SU Mihicl sector, which by tho way after Wo had marched all night and Government to meet the food program Ixiiidon. A gigantic Prussian plot covered n great deal of territory , ..! into a new nlace. llin Y. M. C A.! of the Allies, nnd Mild the ending of so you don't know Just whero I was and Salvation Army wcro all ready the wnr does not relense the American to arrest the entire present German (!o eminent nnd establish n provision yet, and I havo been going ever Hs. The Salvation Army had set people from that pledge. ul government under Field Marshal since. The first week was about tho up a stove, and they were serving! The message follows: von Mackenscn has Just been nipped "Again In full rontldence I cull upon In hardest of all for it rained all the hot pancakes and syrun to ovcry- the bud by llin Khert Government. limc, the mud was knee deep in tho body. It was rcther slow work, hut the American people to ict aside Sun- Wire lapping by Kbert's secret service llcremher 1, nnd the week follow- operatives led to the discovery trenches and sleep was almost im- - dually everybody got two hot cakes day, for of the ing, the Possible. Tho Germans had an idea nn,i synip. Nearly every day tho opportunity for renewed of Ani'Tlru'n plot. The plun was to urge the Kniser nervlce slid to make a triumphal return to llerlln that something was about to take y sends up candy, etc., to be sacrifice. Ijist summer, when the mil Immediately so they sent over a raiding trihuted. itary situation wns acute, we assured "Provisional after establishment of the (ioveriiment." party on somo part of tho lino every) This is about all the paper I can the Interallied Food Copferelne In , Ixindoti that whntever the war food night to get information and capture so I will close for this time. Drewery Workers "Idle, program of the allies required we a prisoner. But they had no luck I will write as soon as I can. Wis. - Approximately Milwaukee, were prepared to meet; that the conevery raiding whatever. Out of With love. ference need not consider whether or i'.(Hid brewery workers of iho Middle party they sent over, they always Stanloy not we had the supplies- - we were V( will be seekfug other employ left a few killed and wounded, a few ourselves, Ity the olrtntary economy mem hm a result of breweries closing prisoners and they never captured of our people, to have Jhe reserves In i ninpllaiice with the Presidents LETTER FROM LIEUT. EARL a single prisoner. One night thoy ill foi'd to supply all necessities. The pro lu. nation prohih ting the uiuiiufac-uuof beer nfter IVcember I. WALKER c;nlliitr of the war ilos not. release made a raid on the Company next to mine, (by tho way I was in comHospital, mand of tho Company from August Boulogne, Franco 20 to September 20, but tho Captain I led tho boys over the top at 5:30 is now back) and also on our Company. They captured one man a. in. last Thursday. Wo gave them from E Company on tho left and got a fine wallop too. Took several him within 100 yard3 or tho German prisoners and accounted for n good lines but they overlooked a trench many in a better way. It was pretty knife ho had stuck down in hit leg- - expensive though. Our division gins. When they got within 100 gained tho final objectivo before yards of their liiio.-- they had lo take night. Tho advanco was from 7 to shelter in shell holes from the 12 kilometers nnd 3,000 prisoners ortillery and while there this man were taken. Wo were operating jerked out his trench knife nr.d got with tho French in Belgium. I'll away from the m Germans who have lo savo tho most of tho story He killed two of them till I como home. had him. Thoy I went into tho front lino, early and wounded one other. wounded him three times but ho Tuesday night, for the purposo of got back all right. We got six pris- reconnoilcring tho position. I visoners outcf tfie party that mado the ited tho lino in the sector our Comraid on us the same night and cut pany was to take over, and remained off about twenty more who had lo with tho French officers until tho surrender to another Company the Company came. We effected tho relief a littlo nf- next day. Wo all knew that wo wcro pre ler midnight and I posted my pla- paring to make a drive, but did not, toon on the lino where wo remained know just when it was going to' till tho order lo attackmnd wo were ctnpf Af nnn n'plnflV rtn llin irinpn. llin Orel Amnplnnna nvnr llin Inn II ing of tho 12th our artillery began .was a wonderful show. About 20 a heavy bombardment which kept minutes beforo tho II hour a Some industries hnve been able to get in the sky alight for six hours. The Bocho. shell sot flro to a building cannon wcro way back behind us, about 200 meters behind our lines step with war demands more quickly than but tho shells screaming over- - and when wo went over every 'novo others. head wcro almost deafening. At 5 of us was silhouetted against tho In many cases mighty plants have sprung mo a. m. tno advance was Degun ana sKy lino in tne mill red giaro oi up but at a prodigious cost. beforo thcy had advanced very far llnnies." This gave tho Bocho the it began to bo very evident what tho advantago for a fow minutes and The packing industry was able to adapt bombardment had done. A grc'at, he made good uso of tho time, but itself to unheard of demands more quickly, number of prisoners wcro captured.1 he was up against a bunch that perhaps, than any other industry. And this After every one clso had gone over waded right thru and tho lido grad-tw- o was because the vast equipment of packing His machine guns corporals and thrco privates ually turned. from my Company went into a dug-- were tho worst wo had lo faco. Tho plants, refrigerator cars, branch houses, etc, out and brought out 258 Germans. I high cxplosivo shells wero the most had been gradually developed to its present That morning when wo started damaging as they wcro coining state of efficiency, so that in the crucial hour out wo wcre all wondering how tho thick nnd fast. It was ono of them it became a mighty international system for country would look ahead of us forj (hat put nm out of arlion. I'm only war service. holding tho lino of slightly injured tho. Tho shock and we had been trenches Just under tho crest of a a little sniff of gas is tho most that's And how had this development taken place? hill, and all wo had seen for a week! "wrong. I was liil on tho noso and Not by making vast inroads into the capiwas just the high ground in front of the right foot. I can smell hut tal wealth of the country, but largely by using, However, I'll bo out us about 700 yards, all covered by ' can't walk. from year to year, a portion of the profits, to barbed wire and cut tip by trenches back to the Company in ten days or and shell holes. When wo reached two weeks. I only reached hero provide for expansion. the top of tho hill wo saw spread out ibis morning at 3:30 a.m. and thoy Swift & Company's profits havo always been so before us tho most beautiful scene' say wo aro to go to England in a tiny, compared with sales, that they have had practio-all- y A wide valley stretched out beforo, day or so. Had a hard trip hero no effect on the price of meat (amounting to only us dotted with clumps of trees, vil- -j and am very tired. Mado two Bocln a fraction of a cent per pound). lages and large towns, and green prisoners carry mo about two And yet the owners of the business have been and utiles away tho high oinelers to tho dressing station, then content with reasonable, returns on their capital, apd mountains. It wns certainly a won- - rodo all night over shell torn roads have been able, year after year, to put part of the dcrful sight. Tho advanco was so In an ambulance to tho evacuation profits back into the business to provide for its easy and tho troops in front met hospital. There had treatment and expansion. with such littlo resistance that on rest and enmo on hero by train, These fractions of tiny profits have been repaid to the first day they had gono as far mils is a dandy hospital conducted to the public many fold in the form of better service, as they wercrxpected to go In thrco by Lady Hatfield who Is an Amcr-day- s, and better and cheaper meat, and mado it possible for nnd had to wait thero for tho lean. Swift & Company to meet, undaunted, the sudden artillery to como up. Since then wo Wo had n nico glass of eggnog this cry for meat for overseas. have been living out In tho open, morning nnd a glass of beer beforo digging holes in tho ground at night dinner. Tho dinner wns good, too. Could any other method of financing a vital to protect us from tho artillery, I'm so nico nnd comfortablo now. industry Involve less hardship to the people of the and keeping out of sight during tho Lieut. Fields was wounded too. I country? Could there be a better instance of true day. Wo aro just resting easy hero don't know how badly. I think In "profit'Sharing" than this return in added usefulness now whilo tho big drive is going on tho leg. Both other officers In tho and in national preparedness ? on the Verdun front. Company nro killed. I haven't Our regiment Is back a fow k'l- - heard if tho other lieutenant In my S. & ometers from tlri front now resting Company was hit or not. Our ma-u- p a little and wo surely need It. jor was hit. Ho camo In hero as I From September 3 to October 1 I did. Ho said thero wero only six slept with my shoes oft ono night, nfilccrs left in our Battalion, nnd a straw mattress night before I'll havo lo closo now. I'm going last, with n fow blankets and my t0 havo my foot then I'm ololhi's off gave mo a wonderful to havo a bath, night's rest. WollL Karlo G Walkcr) r i inn urn wiiy uvury iiiuig iooks 3(Wrd Inf, A. P.O. 770. now Germany must bo getting' in a Sal-spe- ak plaice. The miiif popu. must tie fed, nml until another Benson linn passed they ran not feed themselves." im from tlio Intlnn fr dis-pla- co I 8p.-re- e Anglo-Americ- an 1 An International Service Built on Tiny Profits Per Pound 1 kil-flel- dt, Swift Company, U. A. December 6, 1018. the crraw ors loafing along tho docks, nnd they gnvo the women n hnnd with" their days work. They were no better with a brick, but they hnd more ammunition IL when It come to spitting. One of them When the five sailors reached the tripped n young boy by the name of bridge oni of them Jumped for the Kelly nnd ns you would never doubt, cord nnd gnvo our siren live long ' Kelly plcjced up n rock nnd crashed tug. The tug blasts In answer to tho d the snltor with It. He wns then wns about to launch a torpedo, nnd twice In the, left leg. We wo whistled J'tst In time. One of our singing then, our popular fnvortte, men was looking from the flddlcy, nnd "I'nck up your troubles," etc., and lie saw the Huns making for the lifewhen they heard us, how the swlno boats, so he got two or three others stared I and they nil yelled together, "Don't n Then they drilled us pnst the get uwnyl" thinking that let them soldiers' qunrters. The men were they would get the boat over nnd nt rifle practice, nnd I guess nil of us leave the ship, and trying to yell loud thought how hnndy we would be ns enough for the tug to hear them, targets. Hut when we got nenr them, lindewltz took this mnn mid two or they quit practicing nnd crowded three others, wLcthcr they were tho .' nround us yelling: "'Itnusl Zuruckl" ...... i ii... ... ..... iiui-miii unci!i ur uwi, nuu iuciu iiicuj Finally we got to tho top of the up nnd put them In Irons. I thought hill, and were bolted nenr the barthere was going to be a mutiny racks while nn officer rend the maraboard, but It did not come off, nnd tial law of Germany to us. At lenst I am not sure what the Huns were so we thought mnybe thnt wns It. excited nbout. Flnnlly they let us Into tho who enmo up The other four sailors nnd the first thing we snw wns on Hit bridge did not touch me, but a great pile of bny. Thnt looked good Just kept me covered with their reto us, and we made n rush nnd dived volvers. That wus the wuy with them A Cup of Water for Our New Year's Into It. Hut the Huns told us to take they would not touch us unless Dinner. the hay nnd throw It In the middle of lindewltz was there or they had bayothe rond. They bad to use force benets. The old 'bull himself enmo up ijo we iieguo Ringing, Tack up your fore we would do It. Flnnlly re gnve on the bridge after ho hnd beaten up troubles In your old kit bag nnd smile, In, however, nnd started to carry It n few men, throw me nround quite a boys, smile. WIat's the use of worryout. Some of the young boys were bit nnd kicked me down from the ing? It's never Worth while," nnd so crying, nnd I do not blame them bridge nnd slmnmed mo Into the coal forth. They made us shut up, but not much. bunkers. I felt pretty sore, ns you before we usked ourselves If we were Hut one of the boys tried to hide can Imagine, nnd disappointed nnd downhenrted, and everybody yelled some of the hay behind n box nnd wns pretty low generally. No!" cnught doing It, und two sentries After n while we heard tho anchor And that Is how we gave our re- clouted him from one end of tho barchains rattling through on their wa gards to Swlnemunde. racks to the other. Ills nose was to get wet, and we pulled up. Then broken nnd his face mashed to n Jelly. every German ship In the Iialtlc came Hut there wns nothing we could do, CHAPTER XVIII. up to look us over, I guess. They so we Just wandered up .nnd down the opened up the hatch covers, and the "Pack Up Your Troubles." barracks, about ns we did between Hun garbles nnd came We arrived at Swlnemunde, on the decks on the Moewe, trying to keep aboard ami looked down nt us, nnd east bank, and after we hnd hud our wnrm. spit ull they could ou us, nnd called drink of wnter nnd had been rousted While this marathon wns on we us nit the different kinds of swine In back Into the bunkers, Hadewltz went henrd n whistle blown very loudly, creation. They hnd them lined up ncross to the west side In u launch and when we looked out we snw a find filing pr.st the hatchways nil of with Joyce nnd Hill nnd u gunrd of wagon piled up with old tin cans. them giving us the once over tn turn. sailors. They were to be shot the Then we were told to form single (lie, Mnybe they sold tickets for this show next morning, with some others, nt n walk out to the wagon and each get a It would be llko the Huns. public shootlng-fest- . The rest of us can for himself. Bach man had to At first we were milling' nround try- wrapped ourselves In lumps of conl us take the first enn he laid his hnnds ing to get out from under tho lintcb best we could nnd tried to sleep. on, nnd mnny of us got rusty ones with openings nnd the shower of spit, bul In the morning crowds of Germans holes In them. So thnt about half nn some Limey ofilccr sang out, "Brit- enme aboard us and were turned hour Inter, when we received bnrley ishers nil I Don't give wnyl" nnd wo loose on the boxes In the bold. It coffee, and nil we had to drink It from stood still nnd let them spit their was a sight to see them rip off the was the enns, lots of the men hnd to dnmned German lungs out before we covers nnd gobble the salami und oth- drink theirs almost In one gulp or lose would move for them, nnd some er stuff that we curried. Table mnn-ner- s hnlf of It. begun singing their song ore not needed when there Is no The bnrracks were very dirty and ubout Trclawney. So we made out table, I guess, but If you hnd seen smelled horribly, nnd the men were that we did not know such a thing as them, you would say these Germnns sttll not even half clothed. We nil a German ever lived. did not even have trough manners. I looked filthy nnd smelled thnt wny, n We got better acquainted with have seen hogs that were more fin- and where the conl dust had rubbed spitting later on, and believe me, icky. off, we were very pale. And all of us they nre grent little spltters, not much j While .they were at It, hand to hand were starved looking. on distance or nccurncy, but quick In with the chow, giving nnd receiving About cJeven o'clock thnt morning uctlon and well supplied with ammuwe prisoners the whistle blew again, and we came terrible punishment, Spitting on prisoners Is the were mustered on deck, counted, out and were given an aluminum nition. favorite Indoor nnd outdoor sport lor kicked onto tugs and transferred to spoon and a dish apiece. Then we Germans, men nnd women alike. the west bank, where the mob was cheered up and saw corned beef and When the show was over, thej waiting for us. My wounds, as you cabbage for ourselves. An hour later rousted us tip on deck and put us to con Imagine, were In a pretty bad they drilled ns through the snow to work throwing the salt pork nnd can-neate by this time, nnd were getting the kuchye. When we got there we j goods Into two German mine-lay- more painful very minute, so that I stood in line until nt lenst half-pas- t ers. While we were nt It, n Dnnlsh ) found I was getting ugly nnd anxious shoutpatrol boat came out and tied along- - , for un argument. I knew thut If I twelve, and then the Germans wt did ed: "Nlchts zu essen." nut us, nnd somo of her officers enmc stayed this wny I would probably side not know what that meant, so we Just uboard und snw us. They knew we never come out alive, for there Is hung around there nnd wnlted. Then wens prlsoners-of-wnund they knew every chnnce you could want to pick they started shouting. "Zuruckl Zutlint n vessel currying prlsoners-of-wn- r n quarrel while you nre a prisoner t the barmust' not remain In neutral wa- - that will menn freelom for you but ruckl" nnd drove us bnck ters for over twenty-fou- r hours, but only the freedom of going west, which racks. we heard the words "nlchts Later tb'y did not say anything ubout It. I wns not anxious to try. zu essen 1" so often that we thought Trait night two men named Harney When we got near the west bank, probably they meant "no eats." We Hill und Joyce, the latter n gunner on the tugs, we could see that we were hnd our reasons for thinking so, too. ' froi.-- the Mount Temple, sneaked up up against n battle with our arms tied. Those words, and "zuruck" and on deck nnd lift to the poop deck. Over half the crowd was women nnd '"raus," were practically ull we did Tin re was n pair of wooden stairs children, I should sny, nnd the rest hear, except, of course, vnrlous kinds tending to the top of the poop deck, were lnborers nnd old civvies, nnd reof schwelnhunde. aud Joyce und Hill lifted It und got serve soldiers, nnd roughnecks genIt wus nwful to see the men when It over the side with n ropo to It. The erally. We could see the spit experts we got bnck to the barracks. Some of two of them got down Into the wnter the spit snipers, deployed to the the boys from the Georglc, not much ull right, but Joyce lit out u yell be- front, almost. over twelve years old, were almost cause the wnter wns so cold, and n As we went nshore, the bomburd-men- t cruzy, but even the older men were German patrol bonl heard him und begun, and we were not only crying, mnny of them. It wns nothing flashed a senrchllght- - They picked up under fire of spit, If you could cnll It but torture nil time. They opened Joyce right away, but Harney was that, but nlso of rocks nnd bottles und nil the windowsthe doors In the bnrnnd tusking good headway and wns ulinost sticks nnd most anything thnt could racks, und then we could not heat the frt-when they drugged him In. They be thrown. room with our bodies. When we stnrt-e- d bint them up on the patrol boat, uud All this time, "lest you forget," we to move nround, to keep wnrm, they wl.cn they put them back on Ux hnd no shoes, nnd no clothing only fired r. few shots nt us. I do not Yhrrowdale Hadewltz beat them up what hnd once been our underwenr. know whether they hit nnyone or not; some more and put them In Irons. It Is all right to be a Coney Island we hnd got so that we did not pay uny Tli en lie began to shoot at their feet snowbird und pose nround In your attention to things like that. Hut It with his revolver, und he had it sailor bathing suit In the drifts, becnuse you stopped us, und we hud to stnnd still. stand by to hand him unotber revol- nre In good condition, and Inst but not The Huns thought we would take tho ver when the llrst one wns empty. leust, becnuso you do not hnvo to do rifles from the sentries nnd use them, Then he would gush their faces with It. Figure out the other side of It too. tli) barrel of the reolver utld shout, for yourself. I never suw a yellower bunch of They murched us Into n field where people In my life. I do not menn peo"Im Hadewltz. I'm the mun who guns uud ple. I wish I could publish what I fo iled the Kngllsh," aud shoot ut them there wns nothing much but some more. ammunition nnd snow, nnd set us up really mean. All the while the sudors were cele- In something like skirmish formation. We had stoves In the barracks, but brating, drinking und eating, und yell-In- Wo stood there for some time, nnd no coal or wood to burn. There were us usual, und the whistles on nil then we snw n lot of Huns with tho mnny boxes piled up there, but they tho German ships were blowing, und new long rllles coming townrd us, belonged to the Germans. We would lrvy were having n great fest. After yelling Just ns they did In battle, nnd have burned them If we could, but ubout thirty hours wo left, being es- we thought sure e were being used the Germnns made us carry them und u mine- for prnctlco targets. It Is a good ticross the rond. They weighed nbout corted by u mlne-luje- r sweeper. 1 usked u German garby If thing they halted and stopped yelling 150 pounds uplece, und we were so tint was the whole German navy, nnd when they did, or we would huve wenk thut it wus nil two men could do be looked surprised and did not know sturted for them to tight It out, for to budge them. And we hud to curry I wus kidding him, and said no. Then we were not the kind thut likes to be them ; they would not let us roll them. I paid, "So the .Cngllsh. got all the rest, butchered with hands In the air, und Wo were so cold nnd hungry that even did they?" and he handed me one lu we would hnve been glad for u chnnce that exercise did not warm us. the mouth with his bayonet hilt, so I to get u few of them before they got About 2:30 the whistle blew agnln, us. Hut they-- did halt, nnd then sur- nnd tho Huns picked out u few men quit kidding film. We saw rows and rows of mines, rounded us, nnd drilled us nwuy und took them down the rond. Wo ur.d the German sailors pointed out through swamps iftul woods und shalcould not figure out why, but they what they said were II. M. SS. Lion low wnter or slush. The women fol- cume bnck about three o'clock, all of lowed, too, nnd there were plenty of them with breud In their urms. They whethaid Nomad, but I do not know er they were the same ones thut were bricks nnd spit left. Women ns well were chewing uwuy on It when they In tho Jutland battle or not- - Finally as men ure tho same the world over, had a chance. Whenever the sentries You enn Just were not looking they would bite ut It wu lauded ut Swlnemunde Just ns the they sny. I wonder? bells wero ringing the old year out picture the women of, sny, Itocklnnd, like a fish going after a worm. Kuch und the new year tn. We were it fine Me., following a crowd of German mun curried live loaves. bunch of blnckblrds to bund the kulser prisoners that wuy, enn't you? Not I When they got In the barracks the for u New Yeur's present, believe me. Hut of course the women of Itocklnnd sentries made them put the breud ut all They mustered us up on deck, und are pretty crude no kultur down on tho floor, und then, with esch of us gut a cup of wnter for our and Gott never commissioned I'resl-de- their buyouets, the sentries cut each Wilson to take the lid off the loaf once down the center lengthwise New Yenr's spree. Then we saw we strufe pot for him. uud four times ucross, which meuut ull hope gone, but were In for It, and They drilled us along the docks, and ten men to a loaf ubout the size of an we were glud to be released from our It looked as though the whole German ordinary ten-celouf In this couutry hole, because wo had been nrlsoners navy was tied up at Swlnemunde. now. They guve each of us u plecu since December 10 three days ou the We saw muny of tho ships we hud a little lurger than a safety-mutcMoewe und eighteen on the Yurrow-dal- e heard ubout, umong them being the box. und the conl wns not uny softer fuiuous Vulcan, the mother-shifor The bread wus hurd nnd durk,- and thun when we llrst sut on It. submarines..- - Theru were uianyjsf.il- - Lreullv think thev madx It from trees. be-gn- n Ger-mna bnr-rack- s, gold-stripe- s Ger-mnI t! r, I i ut h p - Pace Three to shoot mo If I should rencn tho water.' I think if I hnd hnd any ropo to lash the wheel with I could have got away and they would not have, known It find JusT exnetly" ih"e"samo' smell Mberi KDepewi . inui SA Kin ruicc acn OF THE FOREIGN LEGION OF FRANCE uvjin iukkci. rKtlNCn BATTLESHIP CASSARD' WllNINtK OF THE CRO X DE CtJFRRP iikrZjTrTir C' 8YN0PSIS. thnt the dirt nround trees has. We filed pnst tho sentries single flln to get our ration of this mud, and there wns no chnnce of getting In line twice, for we had to keep on filing until we were out In tho road, and stnnd there In tho snow to ent It-- Wo could not go bnck In the bnrracks until every mnn hnd been served. Our meals wero like this: A enn of bnrley coffee In the morning; cabbage soup, so cnllcd. nt noon ; a tenth of a loaf of bread nt 3 p. in. Thnt wns our menu tiny In nnd tiny out, tho kaiser's birthday, Lincoln's, May day, or pny other time. This cabbage soup wns a grent Idea. We ended it shadow soup, because the boys claimed they made It by hanging a cabbage over n barrel of water nnd letting the shadow fnll on the water. We pretended, too, that If you found any cabbage tn It, you could tnko your dish bnck for n second helping, nut I never snw nnybody get mc o thnn one dishful. All It wns, wns Just CHATTER N. Depew, author til lory, enlist In til United mate navy, serving four year anil attaining a tha rank of chlaf petty officer, cunner. CHAITEIl II-ureat war atart oon after he U honorably dlacharjted from tha navy and lie salla for Franc wltb a determination to enlist. CHAITEIl III lie Jotna the Foreign LKlon and la assigned to the drr adnauglit Caaaard where hla marksmanship wina him hl(h honor. CIIAPTKIl la detached from hla ship and aent ullli a regiment of tha legion to Klnmler where he oon flnda hlmielf In tha front line trenches. He la delnlled to the CHAITEIl and make the acquaintance of the Tt'e , the wonderful French guna that have saved the day for the alnea on many a battlefield, llefore seeing- any action, he I ordered bftck to hla regiment In the front line trenchea. gora "over the CIlAITKIl top" and "get" hla flrat German III a bayonet nht, CHAITEIl VII Ilia company takea part la another raid on the German tranche and shortly afterward assists In Hopping a fierce charge of the Hun, who are mowed down a they croii No Man' Land. CHAPTER VI!I-8- ent to Dtimude with dispatches, Oepw caught In a Zeppelin raid, but escape unhurt. None of Ut Was Much Better Than I CIiAITEIflX-- H hot through the Beast. thigh In a bnieh with the Herman and la aent to a hospital, where he quickly nrat-claThe pew V-ry 1 spoiled wnter. We tried to go to sleep that night, but there were so muny sentries around us nnd those of us who were not sick were wounded thnt I do not a recover. Depew rejoins the Caaaard, which make vera) trip to the iMrdaoelle a a convoy. Tlie Caasard la almost battered to place by the Turkish batteries. In many hot engaiiamenta In the memorable Ualllpoll campaign. XII-Drpew CHAITBR X Ordered back to sea duty, CHAITER XI-T- he Caaaard takea part la a member of CHAITER a landing party which sees fierce lighting tn the trenches at OalllpolL "CHAITEIl unsuccessful trench raid, Depew tries to rescue two wounded men In No Man's Land, but both die before he can reach the trendies. ew win the Crol CHAITER de Guerre for bravery In passing through a terrific artillery fir to summon aid to In an advanced post. hi comrade hi twelfth trip to CHAITER XV-- On the Dardanelles, he la wounded In a naval engagement anJ, after recovering In a hospital ut Ureal, he Is discharged from service and sail tor New York on the ateamer Ueorglc "CHAITER XVI-T- he Oeorrlo la. captured by the German raider Moewe. with other survivors, I taken aboard the Moewe. to the CHAITER TarroMdale, which was captured later by the Moewe, Depew and other prisoner suffer terrible hardahlpa until they arrive In Germany, XIII-Afle- rTn XlV-Deprred De-pe-w, did" not Ret macaroni very A cook from the Vnltttlru was cleaning n copper dlilo that the mac-nro-nl HuT v Ionic. and standing watch ugalnst the crazy iiii'ii, because when wo talked about It, wo agreed that none of us could tell whether or not tho sentries would go crazy while on watch und have tho rest of us at their mercy. It was awful to talk ubout going crazy In this way, nnd to flguro that you yourself might be the next, and that It was almost sure to happen If you did not get some sleep soon. Hut It was worse to find 11 man near you going, und huve to boot him out wltb the other Insane men. been cooked In, nntl he wus I over tho side when the. Iicnvlly, and dropped the tho briny. A sentry who drop It forced him up to who began maulliiK bltn besentry even hnd told his Htory. After a while Hadewltz quit pounding the cook, ntid listened to tho Hentry. Then lindewltz snld tho cook bail put u note In the dlxlo before ho dropped It, so they beat him up ngnln Mid put him In Irons. After that they wnt the rest of the cooks buck, and would not let Ihem on deck again. They had plenty of canned h'oodti and meat uboard, but they would not give ns any. Five of the men were burled at seu that (lay. More men were going mad every minute, and It wan n terrible place; pitch dark, grimy, loose coal underfoot, air to breathe, liody-iHteverywhere. Some of the ertzy men howled like dogs. Hut we wero not ns much afraid of these as wo wero of the others who kept still, but slipped nround In the dark with Wo lumps of coal In their hands. got so wo would not ko near each other for fear wo wero running Into u crazy man. Those of us who wero snne collected us near the.iUIdloy us we could, and wo would not let tho others get near us, but shoved them back or shied lumps of coal at them. And every once In it while somo ono of us would begin to uct iiueer. Maybe be would let out a bowl suddenly, Or he would without uny warning. Just quit talking und begin to sneak h round. Or ho would squat down and begin to mumble. Wo could not tell Just when a man bad begun to lose his mind. He would Seem Just llko tho rest of us, because none of us was much better than u beast. Wo could not tuke turns sleeping hail holding It rolled dlxle Into saw htm lindewltz, fore the ves-hocoal-dust- y h out, and ready for nnythtng that might happen, when the door opened suddenly and Itudewltz grabbed me, and asked me In Kngllsh If I was u quartermaster. I said yes, and he pulled me by tho arm to u cabin. I did not know what wns going to happen, but he took an oilskin from the wall and told mu to put It ou. There were two sailors there also, nnd they put life belts on, und then I was more puzzled than ever, and scared, too, because I thought maybe they were going to throw me though what that bad to do with being n quartermaster I could not see. Hut they drilled me up onto the bridge nnd told mc to tuke the wheel. What their Idea was I do not know. 1'osslbly they wanted a uoiicombatnnt ovor-bour- d, The dnys passed like that, with nothing to do but suffer, and starve nnd freeze. It got colder nnd colder, nnd nil we could wrap ourselves In was the coaL We began to speculate on where we were. It was not till later than on old skipper In our bunch told us that we had rounded the northern coast of Iceland. Finally, one day, a lad yelled down y "Lnndl" nnd we all dove for the like wild men, nnd those who could get near enough looked out, nnd sure enough! there was the const of Norway, very rugged nnd rocky and Nt thought It covered with snow. was all over then, und that wo would be landed at Ilergen sure. Then there was the usual running frrouud and yelling on deck, nnd we were not so sure we would bo landed, nnd very suddenly It got colder than ever. I was In the tlddley, itching to get They Tied Me, Face to tha Fenca. i think a man of us really slept. After a while I usked a sentry If I could go outside for a minute, but for somo reason he would not let me. I had different ldeus about It, so I stood around neur the door, und when he turned his bnck out I went nnd around' the corner of the bnrracks. But one of the sentries there saw me and blew his" whistle, and a guard of eight came up from somewhere and grabbed me. I tried to explain, bat It wns no use, because every time I said a word It meant nnother swat over' the ear, so finally I gave it up. Then they drilled me acros. the road to the officers' quarters. There) were three officers there, and each of, them asked me questions about all kinds of things, but never once mentioned my running out of the barracks. Thou they gnve the sentries some commands, nnd four of the sentries took me out and over to tho barbed wire fence. There they tied me, face to the fence, arras over ny hend, end hands und feet lashed to the wire, nnd with u rope nround my wnlst, too. I thought, then, thnt my hunch had come true, nnd that I would be crucified, like Murray and Brown. They posted a sentry there In addition to the regular guards, and every time he walked past me he would kick me orjmlt on mc, or do both. One time he kicked me so hard thnt a prong of the bnrbed wlro gushed me over the left eye the only one I can see with nnd when the blood ran Into my eye it blinded me, I thought both eyes were gone then, und I hoped they would shoot me. It seemed to me thut I had got my share by this time without losing the other eye, nnd If it wus gone, I wanted to go too. I could not put up my baud to feci where the prong had Jabbed me, and It kept nn bleeding and smarting. I had on practically no clothing, you remember. The wounds In my thigh bad opened, und It wus bitter cold und windy. So you cun picture to yourself how guy und enrefree I was. When 1 hnd been there for on hour and a half they untied me from the wire, nnd I keeled over ou my back. They kicked me until I hud to stnnd up, but I fell down uguln, und nil the kicking In Germany could not hnve brought me to my feet. I wns Just ull In. So they blew their whistles nnd the sentries In tho barracks awakened two of the boys, who came and carried me in. All tho time the sentries were yelling, "Gott strafe England!" and "schwelnhund I" until you would have thought they were In u battle. What their Idea wus I do not know. The boys had a little water In a can, nnd ono of them tore off part of the sleeve of his undershirt. So they washed the gash and bandaged It. Believe me, I was glad when I could see again. I was so tired and worn out that I went to sleep at once, and did not wake up until they were giving ua our barley coffee next mora-Ing. again. I'retty soon there was u tramp steamer on the starboard bow, and almost before I suw It, there were two more sentries on euch side of me, prodding me with their revolvers nnd warning mo to keep on the course. They bud civilian clothes on. Then wo went through the Skuger Hack und Cattegat, which uru narrow strips pf wnter leudlng to the Iialtlc, und wo wero only u mllo from shore with vessels nil about us. It would huve been un eusy thing for me to signal what our ship wus and who wero ubourd, but they hud six sentries ou my neck ull the time to keep mo from It. I never wanted to do anything worse In my life than Jump Hut I would overboard or signal. huve been shot down before I hud more tbuu sturted to do either, so I Just stuyed with the wheel. We were Hearing ono of the Dun-Is- h Islands In tho Ilulttc when we sighted a tug, She begun to smoke up and blow her siren. Tho sailors got very excited and run arouud In crazy style, und Hadewltz began shouting more orders thun they could get away with. Tho sentries left me and run with the rest of the Frltztea to the bout deck und sturted to lower one of the llfebouts. Hut Iludowltz wus right on their heels und kicked the whole bunch around In great shape, rouring like a bull ull the time. I left the wheel und run to the end of the bridge, to Jump overboard. Hut the minute I let g of the wheel the vessel fell off of tho course, aud they noticed it, aud lindewltz sent live of them up on the bridge And three Others to the slde.wlth.tbulr. revolvers d ut the wheel In case they wero by it neutral vessel. Wo wero going full speed at the time, but us soon us 1 took the wheel she cut down to half speed, and stuyed that wuy for half an hour. Then up to full speed over-haule- (To be Continued) A year ago voluntary food control wus a daring adveuture In democracy; during the yeur un established prestt of democratic etlkieuc,". Page Four THK CITIZEN Miss Clcta Hammonds of tho Col lego Department had as her guests EXTRACTS FROM A LETTER FROM C. H. WERTENBERQER , 1618, Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at Lowest Cost. Wards for Men and for Women, Private Rooms, Baths, Electric Service. Sun-parlo- Eye, Nose and Ear Surgery, Care in Child-birtGENERAL PRACTICE h; Come in and visit an establishment, which is a friend in need, and in reach of all the people. Robert Harlan Dudley, H. Cowley, M. D., Physician M. D Mrs. Anna Powell Hackett, R. N., Superintendent Mrs. Helen Stearn Sharpe, R. N., Assistant Physician , LOCAL PAGE NEWS OK BKRKA AND VICINITY. QATHERED VARIETY OF SOURCES FROM A iiusscu wmiaiccr, wno nas Dcen with tho Training Corps hero, will Scientillc horse .shoeing, lino iron resume his position as instructor in Departork and repairs 6f all descriptions Science, with tho Academy ably at the College Blacksmith bliop, ment. This position has been Citizen handled' by Mr. Carpenter during Street, north of The Best Blacksmithing Main (llllce. Mr. Whitaker's absence We Sell hats and sell them Mrs. Laura Jones. Miss Lou Elliott, Graded School, is ill right ad. teacher in tho at her homo on Chestnut street. Lieut. Earl Hays returned Monday, from Camp Gordon, Ala, and has received his honorable disLL Hays charge from the Army. was formerly stationed at Camp Sherman, 0, and was transferred to 0. . where lie won his gold bars. lino of tailored An dress and sport hats; best quality for least money. E"a Walden (Ad) Saturday, the last day for send ing Christmas packages to Servico( men overseas, saw many such packe. A ages brought to tho reprint of tho label sent from overseas men was made by tho Red Cross and distributed in order to send the packages by November 30. Justus Jackson, who was in training at the A. 0. T. C. at Camp Taylor, is visiting homcfolks now. He received his honorable dischargo Saturday and arrived in Berea Monday. Progress Club Bazaar, Saturday, December 1 ilh, at Mrs. S. R. Baker's store. A Xmas sale befitting tho gifts, times. Practical hand-mad- e homo cooked foods and dressed chickens. Proceeds to bo used for (Ad-2local charities. Mr. ami Mrs. R. II. Chrisman and Miss Lou Elliott were tho guests of Mrs. J. G. Baxter, in Richmond, Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Alice Bales has recently accepted a position with II. C. Cloyd, in his store on Chestnut street. Mrs. T. A. nobinson and three daughters, of Corbin, Ky., spent from Friday until Monday with relatives and friends in Berea. John Branson, a former Berea student, now teaching at Williamsburg, Ky, was in Berea last week on business. See those beautiful sailors in best stylo and latest colors at (Ad) Eva Wnlden's T.-Cpost-offic3) Mr., and Mrs. S. T. McGuiro and son. Scott T, spent Thanksgiving among friends at Wilmorc, Ky. Mrs. W. A. Todd has sold her property to Clark Evcrsole and will soon move to Georgetown whero sho and her two daughters; May and Ruth, will mako their homo. Henry Muncy and family of Washington, Ind, visited relatives for a few days. Mr. Woodard, of London, Ky, is working third trick at the L. & N. depot now for Leo Berry. D. M. Click, who is a victim of tho epidemic, is in a critical condition with pneumonia. His daughter, Mrs Marlatt, of Ohio, and two sons, Wil liam, of West Virginia, and Lloyd, who was in a southern camp, camo promptly in order to bb with him until after the crisis was passed. It is thought that his condition is somewhat improved. Miss Ethel Wyatt is ill at her home on Chestnut street with tho "nu." "Peace on Earth, good will to men" the most beautiful words which may be spoken, are on every lip. Oh, what a glorious Christmas this will bo! Help make this bo true to tho less fortunate in our community. Patronize the Progress Club Bazaar, so tho Christmas baskets may bo filled to overflowing. (Ad-2Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Scruggs aro tho proud parents of a bright baby boy who arrived at thoir homo last Sunday morning. His namo is Albert Finch Scruggs and he weighs eight Wo extend and a half pounds. hearty congratulations to tho parents and a cordial welcome to Albert Finch. The Women's Missionary Society of tho Baptist church met Tuesday afternoon for their regular meeting at the homo of Mrs. J. H. Jackson on Chestnut street. Tho annual General Association of tho Baptist churches of Kentucky is in session at Campbcllsvillo this week. Rev. and Mrs. English and some others from Berea are 3) SAVE WATER! IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER PATRONS TX) meet legitimate domestic require-xmentwater must not be used for sprinkling purposes, nor for building operations until further notice. s, "I'm writing this just after tha soma girl friends from Jackson, Ky. armistice was signed. Wo receive each week from tlio "Words aro inadequato to describo fashion centers the advanco styled tho scenes and rejoicings of tho in hats. See them before you buy. French people, as well as nil othors Eva Walucn involved. (Ad) Cripples of every des Miss Lceanna Mitchell, who is a cription seem to show tho wildest nurse in Lexington, was homo of delight. Somo of week for a brief rest from her du them saying they wero so clad to givo an oyc, n right arm, etc, for tics. Miss Nell Day, who was tho guest trance and humanity. Such ox of Misses Keltic and Minor Hern-do- n, ultant joy, wo never saw boforo and has returned to her homo at never expert to see again. The 'Y' I HPHE principle applies Jackson, Kyf men wero conveyed In big Army EEEEr ai much, to banking ns to r-Mis. Ida Lindsay is at the Rob- trucks in n great parado thru tho . QYA soldiers or states or governments. inson Hospital for treatment. streets of Paris. How wo wished I It is most fortunate that the Fed- Midshipman Axel Ernbcrg , spent nil Berea could have been hero In crn' Rcrvc Banking System hns 1 Thanksgiving here with his mother, mass to sharo In tho rejoicing, headI n 'no'crnt'on du""!? the war. ed by her doans and business men, Mrs. Anna Ernbcrg. spent a fow as her six hundred sons hnvc had Sergeant Glasscock Mi The advantages of this orgnnirn- days of last week at his home in their full share in this victory for tiotinccruc to the customers of the ' II humanity. Gravel Switch, Ky. It Is always n pleasant member banks who at the same o MM for Sale Thoroughbred Mam surpriso to enjoy an ME hand time contribute to the strength ' l A moth Bronzo Turkeys. Largo well shake and fellowship when wo hapof the nation's banking system fc I marked birds. Toms, fO.0O; hens, pen to meet any of tho Berea boys." -nnt cnoy l',c kcncut 'ls w-r- Jl $1.00. Also somo extra nioo 8. C. Rhodo Island cockerels at (2.00 each. BOARDING HALL RATES RAISED Mrs.. Luther Todd, Berea phono The Berea noarding Hall has Coylc, Ky. worked wonders for many years In Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Olmstead furnishing good board at low prices. have returned from n pleasant visit Last year tho Institution decided at the home of their daughter, Mrs. not to impose on its students any Dyson, in Evansvillc, Indiana. considerable added oxpenso and The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Leo! mm io economize more man ever, Berry has been very ill, but is now hut it came out with a loss of $20- ,000. on the road to recovery. Miss Rebecca Muncy is ill at her This year they started out with homo on Chestnut street. a little increase in rates and aro Robert 0. Bowman, who was sta- now forced to add another 25 cents tioned at Camp Taylor, Ky, is now a week, making an increase of three home. dollars to each boarder for the win Suggestions for Christmas Presents ter term. Girls will pay $2.00 and NOTICE Bungalow aprons, sewing aprons, boys Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndon This is still only half. All persons having claims against embroidered pillow casos, embroi- what is paid elsewhere, and is DEALERS IN REAL ESTATE tho estate of Mrs. Addio Gentry will "cheaper than slaying at homo.' dered night gowns, dainty Clearly, thero can bo no increase ' Plcaso present them, properly prov. handkerchiefs trimmed Borea, Kentucky with tatting, homespun articles, in pay for student labor, becauso l'n. t t undersigned on or beforo towels, boudoir caps. You can get the student labor Is one canso of thn January 1st, 1010, or they will be We havo for sale somo modest these and many other useful pres- deficit. His hoped the hlchernriccs (lcbarrc'l thereafter. cottages in Berea at from $800 to Jas. W. Wallace, Exec. $1,000; somo belter ones at from ents at the Progress Club Bazaar, for lumber, labor and farm products (Adp-2December 1 Uh, at Mrs. S. R. Baker's will enable parents to provide this $1,200 to $1,500; somo elegant houses (Ad-2store. extra three dollars for tho winter at from $5,000 to $10,000; somo un' have the best lino of child- term, and that students who have no improved land at $15 to $20 an acre; ren's tarns, hats and caps in town, parents or have saved up earnings, some belter at $10 to $50; somo line and wo sell them right. Call and bo can borrow a liltlo from their farms nt from $75 to $150 according (ad) Eva Walden rriends or from the Student Aid convinced. to improvements and location; a Mr. and Mrs. L. 0. Lester left Fund. new lintel in tho business portion Monday morning for Hazard whoro Pee full .statement of expenses on of the city for salo or rent; one page six. hundred and eighty acres adjointhey will now mako their home. An interesting account of tho proing the town that we will cut to gram of sports' -- carried out on suit purchaser and mako easy payCIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION ments. Como and see us if you Thankskivjng Day will be fount in The United Stiiles Civil Scrvlco want Real Estato in or around Berea. the Aculemy Column on pago two. Commission announces that on Jan.-narNot Upon Promises, You will llnd Dean at Berea Bank The Graded. School was closed on I. 1010. at Berea. Kentucky, an and Trust Co. Catch Hcrndon when But Upqn Performance Thanksgiving Day will be found in open competitive examination will bo you can! Health on account of several new held fur the position of Clerk in thn cases of influenza. ' We are pioneers in pot ofllee at the place specified. Dean Edwards received twclvo One position as Sub Clerk for Dry Cleaning and boys auxiliary service WE BUY letters last week from' Berea three hours per "over there." One was from Sam day, except Sunday, OLD FALSE TEETH will be filled Dyeing Foster, who is in a base hospital in as a We pay from $2 00 to $35.00 per result of this examination. (broken or not). We also pay actual value I'rahcc, suffering from a wound in From the eligibles resulting from for Diamonds, old Gold Silver and Bridge-work- . the leg made by a machine gun. In Business Since 1836 Send at once by parcel post ami this examination it is expected that Rev. C. D. Billiard is visiting at receive cash by return mail. Prompt Deliveries certification will be made to fill w MAZER'S TOOTH SPECIALTY tho home of his and an.l future vacancies in tho D.pl.X. 2007. So ilh Si. P.. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall E. position of clerk. , Vaughn. For application form 1371 and "Instructions to Applicants," apply at 625-6- 27 F. L. MOORE'S CHRISTIAN CHURCH Walnut St. the post ofllee or Edward Fotlier-uil- l, Regular services at tho Christian Temporary Local Secretary. - Ohio Church Lord's Day morning. Biblo school at 0:15; preaching and comBAKER-WELS- H WEDDING munion at 1 1 :00. Subject of sermon, FOR i Friends of Miss Sarah Balcer, "God's Dynamite." Preaching at Get the GenuineZSPp? West End Mission at 7:00 o'clock. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Ba- I First Class Repairing All are welcomo to attend theso ser- ker, now of Aberdeen, Miss, forAND V. J. Hudspeth, Minister. merly of Berea, will bo pleased to vices. learn of her happy marriago on Fine Line of Jewelry November 28, 1018, at Aberdeen, to FOR SALE Every Cako MAIN ST. BEREA, KY. High grade, singlo comb Rhodo LieuL SjL Glair Welsh, of Arcada, at V. R. Hunt. Iowa, who is now stationed Island Red cockerels. (Ad-2Payno Field. On tho ovo of their Phono 181-- 1. marriage Mr. Welsh received a promotion and was 'assigned to tho FOR SALE Ford touring car, 1910 model, in nvJatlon camp in Florida as com- -' good condition. For particulars and mandanL Miss Bakej will bo remembered price, call on E. B. English. as n charming school girl in Berea College but a few weeks ago and MARE AND MULE STRAYED Black mare, IfllS hands high, roan her friends all wish her supremo slripo over right eyo; and black happiness. liorso mule, li hands high. $5 reof all Fish Culture. ward for information concerning I'lsli culture, It iH.cliilmctl, Is nn old whereabouts of same. Kd'ence! It goes buck to un early (lute Sidney Sims, Conway Ky. In the history of China, and Its origin Ik Inst In iintlqulty. In 1703 Steph. History Gardens. a Prussian soldier, de' Carrions in Jnpuii lire luld out go us en I.. Jurohl, vised a process of stripping the female to suggest scones In Jnjwni'se hrstory. npuwn nml then mixing It Mlnluture liimlscnpi'x urc iirrmiKPil ko fish of her of the mule. This nlmplu with the milt us to recall fpnts In his- method Is still In use ut all tory, and fuicgoKt the events Unit Imvo establishments. tnken place there. m during Thanksgiving her sistor and IllfPj J 'Mia f 1 1 quitcsrzr . 3Yipn? 0 ''ill ll If , old-lim- ed 2) 3) Our Clientele Grows! ft cx-isli- nc son-in-la- The Teasdale Co. Cincinnati Jewelry Store ! yCJLB?n 7) Reduction Sale! Coats, Suits, Furs Blouses, Skirts well-know- n CAUTION ! Use Water Sparingly Do Not Waste It 111 ' U. S., located For Sale Millinery , allowed to run, or where water fixtures are not kept in good order, the waterworks will cxacise its right to discontinue supply forthwith and without further notice. WHERE water is used for sprinkling, ' - Berea College In ITct Aunviit 20, 1918. Action of Prudritil CominitU Br HOWARD Custodian of E. WAY l'rort!s 16 Phone in caie of trouble TOWN 194, COLLEGE 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 Cgllege 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 sell cash and the balance five or ten equal payments with 6 interest payable annually. The title is good as any in the state of Kentucky. one-thir- B. E. BELUE CO. Kentucky GUJ&KflHTEED . . .. i7mX,V ..iht-- Richmond mm. li Lesa.ljf Think of J 1 can you ai.'oM lu ttko tlioce kgumst 0(i4 ha work Ifti. li ... It .oldNir Vut, u. i.. CURE TOP KiOfl llandV' lioir choltra lloS Address L. G. CLARK, West Point, Mississippi.(Owner) Courbon Hoa Cholera Romody rljtn r i (l.nlAa iMrt i uub..i uu 1 kn.twn r. uuJy., r II v.iuVl 8eU by Porter-Moor- e Drag Co. Do your Christmas shopping early. PccenbemB, 1018. THE CITIZEN Pace Five THANKSGIVING DAT SERVICE The Berea Bank & Trust Co. ltcport of the condition of THE I) EKE A BANK & TKUST CO., doing business at the town of Herea, County of Madison, Stnte of Kentucky, at the close of business on 15th day of Nov., 1918. KESOUKCES Loans and Discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured Stocks, Bonds and otlicr securities Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks and other cash items 184,1 17.85 Gen. Pershing's Thanksgiving Address In a Thanksgiving gcrvlco held at American headquarters in Franco tho General Pershing addressed soldiers in language which revealed his reverent recognition of Qod't part in tho great victory. Such lofty sentiments expressed by tho General of America's forces In tho great struggle glvo us added reason for thanksgiving that a man of such deep spiritual conviction was placed in command of our armies. II augurs well for the future of our country that such men nro selected to lead in our national affairs. Tho text of General Pershing's address follows: life, who sleep yonder, whero they fell, to tho maimed whose honurablo scars testify stronger than words lo their splendid valor, and lo the brave fellows whoso strong, relentless blows finally crushed the enemy's power. "Nor in our prayers shall wo forget tho widow who freely gave the husband, nioro precious than her life, nor those who, in hidden heroism, have impoverished themselves to enrich tho cause, nor our comrades who in more obscure posts hero and at homo havo furnished their toil to the soldiers at tho front. "Fcllow-soldlcr- s, never In the "To many fame has come. New history of our country havo wc, as names have been enscrlbed on fho a people, como together with such roll of the immorfals. To all have full hearts as on this greatest of all come a new outlook on life, a clearThanksgiving days. The moment er perspective regarding its obligathrobs with emotion, seeking to find tions, a more exalted conception of Ilcprcscnllng the duty anil honor and a deeper senso full expression. high ideals of our countrymen and of responsibility to tho nation and cherishing the spirit of our fore- to God. "May wo givo thanks that unselffathers who first celebrated this festival of thanksgiving, wo uro proud ish service has given us this new to have repaid a debt of gratitude vision, that wo are ablo lo return to tho land of Lafayette and to havo to our firesides and our country with lent our aid in saving civilization higher alms nnd a firmer purpose from destruction. and to t alike" enoblfng lo ourselves "Tho unscrupulous invader has those who have held long virgil and been driven from the devastated have prayed for us that we might stones of his unholy conquct. The worthily represent them. The Right Spirit tide of conflict which during tho "This spirit that has won tho victhreat- -' dark days Tif midsummer encd to overwhelm tho Allied forces tory is to become a permanent and lies been turned into glorious vic- indispcnsiblc mainstay of peace and tory. As tho sounds of battlo dio happiness. It is not a matter of inaway and the beaten foo hurries from dividual choico but of obligation, the Held, il is lilting that tho con- -' thr.t wo should proudly carry back qucring armies should pause to givo, with us. If tho glory of our milBlanks to the God of battles, who itary servico has been a spontaneous offering of loyalty, it is too has guided our cause aright. "Victory was our goal. It ist a priceless to bo cast aside by inhard-wo- n gift of. tho soldier lo hisj dulgence nnd too sacred not to bo country. Only n soldier knows tho cherished always. eot of a gift wo now present to tho "Our nation awaits the return of nation. As soldiers inspired by its soldiers, believing in tbastability every spiritual sentiment, wo havo of character that has como from each silently prayed that the sue- -' self discipline- - and cess of righteousness should bot Confident of the new power that tho ours. Today, with thankfulness, wo stern school of war and discipline acknowledge humbly that His has brought to each of us, American strength has given us victory. Wo mothers await with loving hearts are thankful that tho privilege has, their gallant sons. Great cause, inbeen given to us to servo in sucTi a deed, havo wo to thank God for cause. trials successfully met and victories won. Still niord- slioud wo thank The Dead Heroes "In this hour of thanksgiving, ourj Him for" tho golden future, with its eternal gratitude goes out to thoso wealtii of opportunity and its hope heroes who loved liberty better than of a permanent universal peace." self-sacrifi- 456.81 i5,doo.oo 32(933-95 . 5, HankingJ louse, Furniture and Fixtures uincr ASheis noi inciuucu unucr any 01 above Heads 710 '3.999-- '35. 60 6.1 5 315.54 $152,678.80 Total LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in, in cash jt 25,000.00 Surplus Fund , 15,000.00 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 4,728.30 Deposits subject to check 124,635.57 Time Deposits 73,284.78 Cashier's checks' outstanding 30.24 197,950.59 Due Banks and Trust Companies 10,000 00 ,.. . Total 1(252,678.89 State of Kentucky, County of Madison, Set. We, J. W. Stephens and John F. Dean, President and Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is. true to the best of our knowledge and belief. J. W. Stephen's, President, - John F. Dean, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of Nov. 1918. W. F. Kidd, Notary Public. My commission expire Jan. 25, 1920 The Citizen; A (amity Newspaper for all (hat U right true, anil Interesting PublUhnl ery Thurxiar t llra. Ky. BEREA PUBLISHING CO. (Irxorpof WM. G. FK05T, Fd.tor-JrvCh- ij) Subscription Hale PAYAltU: IN ADVANCB Sii Month Thrr Un Yrr Month ... , .hi Smnd money by VvX' fTirv or Kxprctt Money OnWr. Drmtt, llrtrtatrnil IttrrTTr un ami two cent stamps. Th datr after ywur nam on label how to what date your ubetiptkn I paid If it U not chancnl within lhrr wrekaafur renewal notify ut. MUainr numUra will be clally upplinllf wa are notified. Liberal termi airh la any who obtain new furua. Any one ftendinir ui four yearly ubf rlpUona ran receiva'The OtUrn freu for one year. Auvertifttnvraleaon applfratton. ENGLAND AND AMERICA'S CREASING FRIENDSHIP IN- , " the wonderful achievements of tho fighting men of this country and their Allies, and to givo a graphic presentation of what constituted tho tho elements of battlo and material used in bringing the mighty struggle to a close. Tons of thousands of trophies captured fnhn the Germans and Austrians are shown, including tho minutest projectiles and equipment, and the largest guns captured up to the time of tho armistice. Enemy airplanes, trench mortars, howitzers, minnewerfers, flame throwers and other kinds of guns arc shown, together with all the equipment going with them. Hero one may seo relics of the Hun barbarism and destructivencss, tho various ' cities which wero so ruthlessly devastated and pillaged, having contributed their most precious remains in order that we, on this side of the water, may realizo the full measure of the destructive spirit of the Germans. Many of tho exhibits are truly patli)tic; all aro inspiring and instructive. Nor Is this Exposition limited to tho fruits of war Uiken from tho Germans. Equally chiborato and comprehensive is the display of materials! of tho United States and Allied governments. Every class of v equipment of tho lighting forces of tho Allies will bo shown, forming a complete and graphin picture in illustration of what tho publio has been reading in tho newspapers for nmro than four years. Them also will bo many entertainment features in connection with tho Exposition, including band concerts, Government moving pictures, choruses, patriotic addresses and simVICTORY EXPOSITION Examples of every instrument of ilar offerings, all designed to (It in Tlte Heavy Sweater Coats and underwear men neevd now war employed by tho battling na- with tho Government's plan tojnako tions during tho past four years this Exposition 0110 of historical, Are Here ! will bo shown in tho War Trophies patriotic nndfucatlonaI interest Men's Nitfht Shirts, $r6o to $1.50. reposition, to bo held in Music Hall, that tho American peonlo may ovor Men's Pajamas and Hathrobes. Cincinnati, front December 14 lo 22, have a vivid impression of the heroism and sacrifice of tho men who Men's Flannel Shirts, including. popular army numbers which Including two Sunday exhibitions. This Is purely n Government en- fought and won tho light for world from coast to coast $1 to $5. are sweeping the country terprise, designed to educato and freedom, nnd 'ho elements which enimpress the American pcoplo with tered into tho tltau'ic struggle Men's Wojpl Mixed Union Suits, $3.50 to $5.00. 11 'The-btibyed "You certainly liavo got to hand il to thoso boys!" said n man from Michigan tho other day, as ho saw a quartet of British sailors swing down tho Avenue. "I must own up that I used not to ho very sweet on tho Englishmen, but you may count mo ns a convert for tho last four years." "Bow did you como to chango your mind?" asked tho Now Yorker who was showing him about town. "II was theso sailor chaps that did it for me," was tho reply. "But I heliovo that hardly a man or woman in nil of theso crowds even today understand just how much wo Americans owo in this war to tho British navy, and tho nrmy as well. I saw that big parado go down from Central Park tho other day when tho last Liberty Loan Drivo was on, and I found myself wondering Just what kind of n parado it would mako if all of tho Britons who havo been killed or disabled in tho last 51 months were to march through tho Since the War is Over OUR STORE IS OPEN New Goods Arriving Daily TheBest the Market Affords We Give You STYLE, QUALITY GOOD SERVICE Avcnuq of tho Allies. "Why, do you know," ho said, warming up to tho subject, "I om told that if they could bo assembled to march down Fifth Avcnuo in platoons of twenty men In a rank tho pallid host of thrco million killed and wounded men could not pass from Central Park to tho Washington Arch in less than twenty long summer days! "I hear that thcro is a big national movemest on to pay a rousing American tribulo to tbeso quiet Islanders across tho sea whom wo havo misunderstood so long. I if tho American public rcnlly get wind of what is being planned for, that this country will sco such a rousing demonstration of gratiludo to them on December 7 tho day that has been set for tho nffair as will mako our own Thanksgiving Dny lako almost a second place. "Anyway, for my part I am going back homo nnd tell all of our folks up in Michigan that they can count Johnny mo in for a thorough-goin- g Bull on that day and I'll bo a bet- MANY NATIONS GET TOGETHER Forty-tw- o nationalities or racial ter American nil the rest of tho year groups were in lino for tho big In- -' for it, tool" dependenco Day celebration held in New York City last July. It wa3 the greatest muster of foreign-bor- n Freddie Knew the Symptoms. residents of America that this counFreddie was visiting n liny new bnby long try has over seen or over may see After looking nt the bnby for time, he enme running to his mother again. Now auother great polyglot gathlittle lists and exclaimed, are both closed uml It looks us If It ering is being planned for tho Hip was coins to start u light." podromo in Now York for tho afternoon of Sunday, December 8. In this big show-hous- e, with a seating capacity of 0,000, space will bo Heat Stains on Wood. To remove white Mains made by for all the nations of tho hint "or water from varnished sur- world in costume, as they gather to faces one method Is to apply olive pay n tribulo from America to Brit'Oil or salt. Lenve for half nn hour, ain in recognition of what that then wipe dry wth n soft cloth. Another way Is tc wring a cloth out of "right little tight littlo island" has boiling water. IMaee on the spot for done for the cause of civilization in rth Instant ; remove and rub till dry tho great war. Sccno painters at tho Hippodromo with a soft, dry cloth. Still another way Is tc use loohol or camphor. arc now busy preparing a hugo curApply this m ckly. then rub off. tain, representing tho flogs of all tho allied nations. Centred in tho great rnnvas will bo n representation of how tho British navy stood botween tho United States nnd Germany in in tho days when tho mennco of loomed dark beforo this republic. Thojiow of a great dread-naug- ht will bo shown at full steam ahead, with tho United Slates being sheltered behind il; nnd if tho spirit of this proposed nffair develops into concrete form thcro will bo shown to every thinking American nmplo proof that this country oven as yet dimly realizes tho immense, sorvico of safety which was rendered by our English cousins beforo wo wero prepared to toko our part in tho work of smash Ing nutocrnoy. bo-lic- vo Tcu-tonis- Tho Chapel was well filled with, students and citizens last Thursday WILL LEAVE for tho Thanksgiving servico. Dr. Mead presided, and Prof. Mgby led! In the service of song. Tho pastors FRANCE SOON of tho local churches wero on tho' platform and each took part in tho' service. An interesting prelude was a brief Gen. March Says Pershing Will talk by Capt. Baker, who recently Send Back 300,000 returned from France. Ho "went Monthly. over the top" at Chateau Thierry and other battles) and yas able to sneak from actual exoerinncn in warfare. Ho also spoko with much CASUALTIES NOW 262,723 appreciation of tho work which is being dono for tho soldiers by tho Army Transports, Converted Cargo Ited Cross nnd Y. M. C. A. Boats, Old Battleships and Cruls-er- s The chairman In introducing tho Will Be Used to Carry Ilev. W. H. Hudnut as Iho speaker; Troops Home. of the occasion, referred lo tho important work which he is doing In Washington, Dec. 2. General PerYoungstown, Ohio, as pastor of ono ching hnH designated for early convoy of tho largest Presbyterian churches to the United States n total of 3,431 in tho country. officers nnd 71),C(Vt men, Genernl Mnrch The iMIts comprising Dr. Hudnut prefaced his addrcs3 announced. by a few words of appreciation of these men will bo made public later. In the list appear as cjitlre divisions Berca's work. Tho this war his the 39th, the 70th nnd the 78th (trainfirst visit lo the College ho had ed nt Ciunp Dodge). The other troops known of the work which is boing comprise nrtlllery units nnd nnny incarried on and had a personal corps troop. terest, because his chdrch had been The wnr department expects to tiring privileged to contribute to Bcrea'a bnclc home In the month of December support. between 150.000 nnd 175,000 men. GenHis address set forth in eloqu6nt eral March snld. To accomplish this languugo tho underlying reasons for It will use In addition to nnny trnns-port- s enrgo bontR nnd converted America's thanksgiving this year. enough old battleships nnd cruisers to Wo should bo thankful for tho nn nddltlonnl cnrrylng capacgreat part which England, Franco furnish l!5.00O men. Shipping experts ity for and Belgium had played in holding expect to transport 300,000 monthly back tho Boche hordes until Amer- when the demoblllzntion Is under full ica was ready to lako her placo by speed. General Mnrch gnve out nmended their side in the great fight for tho disunity reports from General Perworld's! freedom. giving the ofllelnl totnl to NoWo should bo thankful for the ming vember 20 ns 202,723, exclusive of priswonderful spirit of loyalty and he- oners. The tlgures on prisoners were roism with which our 'soldiers had unintelligible In the cablegram. Gen-crentered the conflict, and for tho March snld the totnl under this spirit of unity which pervaded our head probably would be practically whole nation in carrying on tho the snme ns nnnounccd Inst Saturday. (The new cnsunlty report ndds more war. toWe should be thankful for the than 32.000 nnmes to the American tnl for the wnr.) vindication of our faith in God's Pershing Reports Losses. overruling Sovereignty among the. General Pershing reported the folnations of tho earth, making even lowing ofllelnl disunities to Novemtho wrath of men to praise Him. ber 20: Tho speaker expressed his conKilled In nctlon, 2S,303. Died of wounds. 12,101. viction that ono of tho significant Died oi dlsense. 10,034. spiritual results of tho war would Died of other cnites, 1,081 bo our deepened senso of tho valuo MIsiik In nctlon, 14.290. of sacrifice. We shall want to bo (untntelllidhle). worthy of tho great price in blood Prisoners lSO.O.'r.. divided us folWounded, which has been paid for our liberty. lows : Severely wounded, 54.751 ; undeWo shall not bo satisfied with sen- termined. 43.10S; slightly. 5)2,030. timental patriotism our ideals will The total number of troops already deilgnnted for enrty dlschnrge In the bo transmuted into higher living. Ho referred to the great problems United Stntes wns given ns 049,000. of reconstruction confronting our These Include depot nnd development divisional troops, nation and the other nations of tho biittnllons, 20,000; 10.000; rnllwny troops, 28,000; United world. In tho terms of peaco wo Stntes gnnrds, 20,000; tnnk corps, desire juslico and not revenge. Tho chemical wnrfure tropps, 7,000; rights of all people even our en- central onicers" training schools, emiesmust bo considered, and "fho student nnny training corps. JOO,-00map of Europe and tho- world so musthat tho weakest nation' may To dnte 10.378 men hnve been councamps In this have their boundary lines estab- tered out of the which the try. The lishedequitably, .without fear of department schedule under Is working calls for the invasion. relense of nn nvernge of 1,000 men n The closing moments of tho hour camp n dny. nnd General Mnrch snld following tho sermon were spent in that every effort would be made to a very hearty praiso service, con- maintain the average. Genernl Mnrch corrected nn erroneducted by Dr. Raymond, in which many gavo expression to their ous, impression that the 27th nnd 30th thankfulness for personal or na- divisions, reported ns withdrawn from the IirltUh lines, had been deslgnnted tional blessings. for early return to the United Stntes. These two divisions, he explnlned: hnve been returned to Pershing's 1. 0; 20.-00- 0; 0. do com-inim- 83,114 YANKS QUICK TURNOVERS. A mistaken nation 1ms tow? existed In the minds of many people (nnd does still In some) to the effect that Uie merchant who advertises must charge more for his goods or sell an Inferior quality. It Is claimed that he must get u larger profit In order to pay for his advertising. Contrary to this false belief, the advertiser Is able to sell cheaper than tho man who does not udvertlse. And the reason for Hint fact Is quite simple. The advertiser sells limuy more times the amount of goods that the other sells. That Is nn undenluhle fact. Accordingly ho gets hack Ills Invested money so much sooner mid Is enabled to reinvest It again mid ngiiln, while the other turns his money over only once or twice In the same time. Thus the advertiser can ulTord to do business on u smaller margin ot profit nnd make more than his competitor, Kvery business man knows that quick turnovers ure the way to business. And good advertising brings the quick turnovers. nnd hnve not yet been nsslgned for transportation home. Plans for bringing soldiers home. It wns nnnouneed, Include the use of, hospital ships for severely wounded and speelnlly fitted transports for the sllxhtly wounded uml convulescents. On the urrlvnl the men will be met by, hospital trains nnd the Pullman company bus been directed to convert n number of sleepers Into hospital enra to enrry them to the army reconstruction hospitals, base hospitals nnd other places nlrendy provided. OPERA SINGER ASKS DIVORCE Mme. Galll-Cur- Tired Says That She Is of Supporting Husband. Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's " Overcoats and Mackanaws, $10.00 to $25.00. and Ladies' Raincoats, $3.00 to $17.50. Fur Caps, $4.00 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. antl Young Men's Shoes, $2.50 to $12.00. SMART PEOPLE BUY DRY GOODS from: AND NOTIONS ChlriiRii, Dec. 2. Charging her husband with extravagance nnd cruelty, , the prima Mine. Amelitn donna of the Chicago Grand Opera company, tins filed suit for divorce here against I.illi:! C. Curd. Mme. Is tlreil of l recites that supporting her husbimd, and that he bus purchased $50,000 worth of bonds with her money, nnd now refuses to turn them over to her. Much of her Powerful Pump. money, she ulleges, he tins approYour heart Is it very busy organ. priated nnd Mpinndcred. On one occaWhile you breathe onco It. beats four sion, Mine. charges, her l times. At each bent it sends four huslmnd struck her with a cune. pounds of blood throiiuh your veins and urterles. The weight of the circulating blood Is 20 pounds. When BAR SOLDIERS' KIN AT PIER you run your legs and the other pnrtH of Returning American of your body need more blood, so your Relatives Troops Will Not Be Permitted heart must pump faster. Popular Scito Co Near Transports. ence Monthly. (inlll-CiirclGalll-CurcGnlil-Curc- f We veleoin6 you at all times, and will make you feel at home through our courteous treatment. OWEN McKEE THERE IS A REASON RICHMOND Polishing Steel. A finely polished I lusterless surfneo J. M. COYLE & COMPANY Chestnut Stv Phone 193 v Berea, Ky. . . KENTUCKY on steel by rubbing, nfter temperiiig,-o- n u smooth Iron surface with some ground oilstone till It Is perfectly smooth, after which It should be laid on u sheet of paper and rubbed backward mid forward until It ucqulres a fine dtW Mulsh. can bo produced New York, Dec. 2. To avoid congestion at tho piers at which Incoming transports will disembark returning troops Ilrlg. Gen. O. II. McMuuui announced (but permits will not be to relatives and friends of the soldiers mid nil are' requested to away from the piers ho that the 'moling and expeditious movement of ilw to their camps may bo Page Six THE CITIZEN December G, 1018. MOUNTAIN AGRICULTURE Conducted by Mr. Robert F. Spencc, Farm Demonstrator and Special Investigator HELP MOUNTAIN FARMERS Threo million llvo hundred thouHINTS TO SIX DOORS FOR ASPIRING YOUNG PEOPLE 1st Door HOME DEPARTMENT Conducted by Miss Margaret Oizney, Director of Home Science AND VEGETABLES must bo washed and soaked boforo Contributed by "Good Housethey can ho cooked satisfactorily, keeping Magazine" and slow simmering is a point to There nro nil sorts of appetizing be retnembored nnd heeded in thoir recipes for tho preparation of dried preparation. fruits and vegetables. Tho secret, Tho dried fruits aro especially of course, is knowing how to pre- well ndaplcd to uso in fruit dumppare them. lings. Soak tho fruit ns directed Tho logical solution of tho first nbovo, drain, saving tho juice to step in tho successful cooking of htV used ns snuco for tho dumplings. dried products is to soak them in Theso fruit dumplings may ho made cold water for n sufllcicntly long in various ways. In all cases, uso a timo to permit them to absorb ns rich baking-powdbiscuit dough much of the moisture as thoy have for tho foundation. Roll tho dough tost through the drying process. to inch thickness, then Sometimes tills will require from cut in oirclcs nnd placo somo of tho ten to twelve hours; again two or chopped fruit In tho center of ench, Thn add sugar nnd spice, and bring Iho three hours will answer. length of timo required depends edges together with a llttlo twist. largely on tho texture of tho pro- Or, when tho dough is rolled rut, duct. Corn nnd beans aro small, hut spread with tho chopped fruit, they have a tight outer shell which sugar, nnd spice, nnd roll up liko is almost Impervious to water, a jelly-rol- l. Then cut tho pieces therefore it is well to soak them oft, making ench about nn inch nnd overnight before cooking them. a half thick. Theso may bo bakod Peaches nnd prunes, on the other just ns biscuits would bo baked hand, absorb water readily, so thnt in a hot oven for about twenty a few hours will usually suffice for minutes nnd served with tho fruit soaking them. snuco made from tho fruit juico. Perhaps a word as to tho correct Or they may ho placed In a bak h, generously manner of soaking tho dried pro- sprinkled ducts will not como amiss. First of with sugar, dotted over with marga- all, look over tho fruils or vegeta- rino nnd tho fruit juico ndded, thon bles very thoroughly. After oxam- - baked in a hoi oven for about twen- luing them carefully, cover tho ty minutes. Thcro will bo plenty fruits or vegetables with lukewarm of sauco in tho dish to servo will water and allow them to stand fori tho dumplings, String-Bea- n five minute. Recipes This softens them! slightly nnd enables ono lo wash' Dried string-bean- s do look hopo-the- m Now drain this less, I will admit, for during tho thoroughly. wafer from them and wash through drying process thoy loso all thoir several waters until you aro per- -, fresh, green tint nnd shrink into f.'dly sure thnt no dust or mold llttlo straw-colorrolls liko bits spore can posib!y have remained of curled brown paper. But givo hidden away. Cover your dried! theso uninviting llttlo rolls a sc product with cold water and allow journ in cold water, nnd you will it to stand for several hours. When bt astonished at their rejuvenated When cooking tho ready to cook, )laco it ovor tho llroi nppearnnce. ndd a pinch of in tho water in which it lias soaked, dried string-bean- s, nnd bring it slowly to the boiling soda and a tcaspoonful of salt to point; then reduce thoheat and) tho boiling water, for his will do simmer slowly, until tho product is much toward restoring their orig-tendbut unbroken. The reason nal color. Long, slow cooking is, for using the water in which tho of course, Imperative, and it it fruit or vegetables wero soaked is therefore frequently well, when to cook a that this fluid contains certain min- preparing string-bean- s, eral salts and accessory food sub- sufficiently largo quantity to serve stances which nro essential in our for several meals, for they may be diet, hut which arc soluble in wa- dressed In so many tasty ways that ter, and therefore, are frequently no one will tiro of them. thrown down the drain pipe of tho sink. If sugar is to bo added to AMERICAN SPIRIT your fruit, let this bo done after it RELIED ON TO WIN. hour, for has cooked ahout ono-ha- lf In the light of nucceedlng event It if it is placed in thn water too soon, it wjll cause the fruits to becomo In IntereMlng lo lecnll the confidence with which the United States Food hard. the gloomy out. Dried peas of tho green variety Administrator viewed when thin counlook In July of 11117, require especial caro in cooking, try had been In the wnr for leni thnii hut "when well prepared thoy aro four months and the (icrmans were qui to as delicious as thoso freshly stcndlly Fctidlnc tho western front picked, and far better than tho host nearer nnd nenrer to I'rrln. "Kveri though I hp situation In of canned poas, to my way of thinkmay he gloomy todny," he ing. Wash, soak, and cook tho In n puhllc itntetneiit, "no peas as directed, then add to tho who him knowledge, of the water whilo cooking ono slice of American result nlreudy obtained In every ditablespoon of sugar. rection need have one ulom of fenr onion nnd n Cook until tender and well expandthnt democracy will not defend Itself ed, then drain and dress with mnl-tr- e In these United .Stales." d'hotcl butter. Dried corn is far more delicious LOYALTY IN LITTLE than' canned corn. It is without THINGS LAST PROOF doubt moro troublesomo to prepare, OF PATRIOTISM but when you remember how cheap nnd wholesomo it is, you become without murmuring rut American quite reconciled to tho slight added tliplr sugar allowance from four labor. Soak tho corn over night, pounds a month to three nnd then ns then cook it slowly for several long ns need he to two pound)) for loyalty' mike. hours. When nearly tender, tho cover from tho saucepan Food Will Win the World. and allow tho liquid to cook down cupf. Then add a to nbout America enrned the crntltude of alful of milk nnd cook for ten min lied nations during wnr hy Hlinring tablespoon of food. America under pence may win utes longer. Melt n margarine with n tablespoon of the world's good wl I by Having to flour, and if convenient ndd a green share. pepper freed from its seeds nnd chopped ilno. Cook to n golden; brown nnd then stir into tho com., Cook flvo minutes ami season with' Kiill, pepper, and paprika to taste. Luncheon Dishes For luncheon, n delicious dish,, and ono which will help out on a day when tho dinner is not voryi generous, may bo provided by using! corn cooked according to tho pro-- ( ceding recipe. Pour into greased custard cups or rnmokins, nnd brown in n hot oven. Bits of sliced bacon may ho. placed over tho top instead of tho margarine, if desired, j . Dried corn with sweet potatoes isj also mado from a foundation of corn DEMOCRACY V8. AUTOCRACY. which has been soaked and cooked, according lo the first recipe. A "There Is no royal roud to cupful of whito sauco is then mudo, food conservation. We enn only nml tho corn is stirred into it Rub accomplish this hy the voluntary n shallow, earthen baking dish with nfflrin nf nilr ivh.ili nwuilt. enrh tho' margarlno nnd placo ono-ha- lf element In proportion to Its needs. It Is matter of equullty com in it, cover with n layer of of burden, cold boiled sweet potatoes, ndd a The truth of this statement, second layer of corn, and sprinklo made hy the United States Food the top of tho dish with flno breadAdministrator soon after we en crumbs, dot with margarlno, and trrcd the war, has been borne to a golBenson highly. Then bake out by the hUlory of our ex den brown. ports. Autocratic food control In the land of our enemies hua Fruit Dumplings All tho good things that may bn j broken down, while democratic food khurlng has mnlntuliied the mado from dried products aro not i heulth and strength of thlacouii oxhausted when we como to tho end try and of the Allies. of tho vegetables, for tho fruits ofi fcr endless possibilities. Thoy, loo,j i. DRIED FRUITS er one-quart- er ing-disj ed or e d vo ono-hnl, sand peoplo live on 500,000 hill farms in West, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Iho western portions of Virginin nnd North Carolina, and gain only a scant subsislonco from their farming operations. On many of theso farms the avcrago annual recoipls from tho salo of llvo stock, poultry, eggs, and butler aggregate only $100. Most of tho farms aro miles from from ten to thirty-flv- o tho railroad; rough mountain roads which aro impassablo during tho worst season of winter aro tho only outlets which connect theso hill farmers with civilization. It is tho desiro of tho United Stales Department of Agriculturo to render every possiblo assistance to theso peoplo inorIer that their farming operations may bo conducted moro profitably. With this nnd in mind the Fedcrnl specialists recommend that tho farmers of tho southern mountains should grow I hire or moro crops in rotation, clover, in order that the individual farmer may bo able to pro-diilarger crops and make moro money, and keep the majority of Iho erop land under cultivation all tho lime. Furthermore, they suggest that more cattle, hogs, and sheep should bo maintained, as such live stock will not only increase tho cash income, but also will help materially in improving fertility conditions, which, in tho long run, will make for tho production of larger crops. rotation of soy beans, A four-ye- ar rye.slover and corn is well adapted for use on theso southern mountain farms. Sell Animal Products It is urged that each farmer practice a system of management which will allow him to convert his surplus grain and roughage into such concentrated marketable producoas cheese, butt ox, bacon, hams, and sausage, as tho comparatively high value of theso commodities per pound makes it possiblo to transport them long distances over rough roads at a profit to tho producer. Recommendation is mado that all tho mountain communities which aro not readily accessible to markets should organize and operate cooperative cheese factories, wher-- ( oyer possible. The cost of equip- -j ping ono of theso small factories rarely exceeds $1,000, which means an outlay on tho part of twenty farms of onjy $50 apieco. Th6 whoy, of the chceso making, a I is a valuablo food for hogs. TheSb community clubs can nnd will aid in many ways, not only in chceso factories, but in road building, church work and school work. j "Resting" Land Unprofitable Tho common practice of letting tho land Ho idlo for a few years to "rest" after it has produced a crop of corn is not necessary. Under tho usual system of farming in tho hill country oven tho rich coves on mountain sides aro seriously do- -, pleted in fertility after threo or four years. Rotation of crops keeps up fertility as well if not belter than letting it "rest" and grow up to weeds. At tho samo time this prac- tico brings a farmer moro monoy, sinco it keeps tho land busy all tho timo. A practical rotation can bo begun by cropping of tho tillable area in tho spring to soy beans, which may be harvested for hay.l Subsequently tho bean slubblo can bo harrowed and prepared for a crop of winter rye. Tho clover should bo sown on tho ryo land during tho; lalo winter or early spring, so that tho field may remain in clover for two years. At tho end of this period it should bo broken and cropped to corn and then tho rotation should Managed in this way bo repeated. tho avcrago farm can carry two to threo cows, flvo to six young cattle, and a sow with flvo or six pigs. Several sheep may also bo kept, as well as a team of horses. Small patches of alfalfa or sweet clovori may also bo grown whenever possiblo for hog pasture. Swoct clover U recommended for Rockcastle' County. Thoso who llvo in Rockcastlo County call on County Agent and discuss sweet clover. Under this new system of management without an increase in tho tillago area or a chango in tho market facilities, tho avcrago farm could bo Increased from tho existent standard of approximately $100 to a new point of approximately $050, which would afford better living conditions. In many cases tho owner could continue seasonal work in lumbering, hauling, or in tho coal mines, while others In tho family could perform most of tho necessary farm work. Tho proposed system nerd not Interfero to nny extent with tho homo industries already established, such as spinning, weav co ono-four- th J in-co- ing, and tho making of baskets and furniture, nnd docs not necessitate any incrcaso in tho amount of work stock kent. Information of practical valuo to tho southern mountain farmer is now nvailablo in Farmers' Hullctin 903, "Ways of Making Southern Mountain Farms Moro Productive." It is suggcslod thai every farmer in tho mountain country should obtain a copy of this publication nnd ns far as possiblo institute such lillncro. crooning, and marketing programs as aro suggest ed. Call on tho County Agent ror bulletin 005 nnd begin a real (arm system. Ho is always ready to co operate and furnish dosircd Infor mation. HOW THREE FARM BOYS WAK ENED FATHER Ono of tho outstanding results of Berea's Vocational Schools money-earning Training that adds to your general education. power, combined with FOR YOUNO MEN Agriculture, Carpentry, Bricklaying. Printing, Commcrco and Telegraphy. Homo Science, Dressmaking, Cooking, FOR YOUNO LADIES Nursing, Stenography and Typewriting. 2nd Door Berea's Foundation School General Education for thoso not far advanced, combined with soma vocational training. No matter what your present advancement, we can put you with others liko yourself and give chance tot most rapid improvement 3rd Door Berea's English Academy Course boys' agricultural club work in Tennessee has been its effect upon the parents of the members. Threo sons of a Madison County farmer joined tho corn club last year. Ono son produced lit bushels on his acre, another 139 bushels, nnd the third 120 bushels, tho prof, it from three acres being oilit.Cl. This demons.ration awakened Iho father to the opportunities at his doon. Ho has pulled put of tho rut, has adopted progressive ideas, and has become a "llvo wire" ai;d a recognized leader in his neighborhood. TONS OF DATES FOR SAILORS T0113 of dates, tho crop grown dato-lcsli- For those who are not expecting to teach and who are not going It also gives thru College 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. 4th Door Berea's Normal School This gives the best training for those who expect to teach. Courses aro so arranged that young peoplo can teach through the summer and fall and attend sohool through the winter and spring, thus earning money to keep right on in their courses of study. Read Dlnsmore's great book. "How to Teach a District School." 5th Door Berea's Preparatory Academy Course Tills is tho straight road to College best training in Mathematics, Science, Languages, History and all preparatory subjects. The Academy is now Berea's largest department 6th Door courses A twenty-fiv- e Berea College in all advanced subjects. This is tho crown of tho whole Institution, and provides standard Temporary theso destroyers. In supplying specialists of tho Department of PAYMENT MUST-B- E IN ADVANCE, incidental fee and room rent Agriculturo will obtain valuablo by the term, board by the half term. Installments are as follows: data on tho keeping qualites of tho WINTER TERM varieties being tested, as well as on Expenses tor Boys tho effect of tho different maturation VOCATIONAL AND ACADKMY processes and methods of packing AND NORMAL COLLKdK roUNIIATION SCHOOL! used in preparing tho dales for $ 5.00 I 8.00 I 1M shipmentinformation that wiM bo Incidental Fee 7.00 7.00 7.00 valuablo to tho rapidly developing Room 13.00 13.50 1350 dato industry in the southwest. Board, 6 weeks 2550 2750 Amount duo Jan. 1, 1019 2050 Tho dates, a confeclon rich in sugar, Board, 6 weeks, due Feb. 5... 1350 1350 1350 the department specialists say, aro 40.00 4!. 00 '39.00 Total for Torm great value as a concentrated of food. Expenses for Oirlt 9 5.00 7.00 0.00 Incidental Fee Room A T For Raise in Board is forced by war conditions. years tho board has remained the samo in Berea, but the by tho United States Department of unusual situation in which the wholo country finds itself now makes garAgriculturo in tho it impossible for us to live on the same money as we have in the pat dens at Indio and Mecca, Cal., will This adds $15.60 to tho former expenses of tho girls nnd $21.60 to bo supplied to the Navy Department the expenses of the boys, for tho year, bul still leaves tho cost half that for uses of tho crews on board at other schools and "cheaper than staying at home." 7.00 7.00 7jOO PATRIOTIC DUTY WflC .. -- 1 1 llfihCU IU J .. You wheat, nnd you did It asked to economize on sugar, nnd yon did It. You were 9 laundry. . asked to observe heatless Mon i gnsless Sundays nnd 1 Special Expenses In Addition to Incidental Fee Business days and Y you did thnt too. Fall String W'inltr $14.00 $12.00 110.00 These were wartime measures "j Stenography and Typewriting designed to accomplish specific i Bookkeeping (brief course) 14.00 12.00 10.00 purposes. There Is another war- - A, Bookkeeping (regular course) ..... 7 DO 6.00 6.00 time mensure which every farm- - T Business course for students exer nnd truck gardener who in other departments: pects to use fertilizers next 9.00 50 750 Stenography spring, nwst ebserve. Typewriting, with one hour" Fertilizers must be ordered ' 7.00 8.00 5.00 use of instrument now and shipment accepted at Com. Law, Com. Geog, Com. factory forces once. Fertilizer 1.80 150 Arlth, or Penmanship, each.. 2.10 have been severely cut down nnd It Is only by starting In In no ease will special Business Fees exceed $16.00 per term. now and running every day unAll students do some work with their hands from six to sixtil spring, thnt nnythlng approaching an adequate supply teen hours a week as janitors or in tho, farm, carpenter shop, printof fertilizers can be produced. ing office, laundry, boarding hall, office, etc., and receive pay which The farmer must help by getting reduces their .expenses. the finished goods out of tho factory nnd out of the way no young man or young woman can get an education Anv more goods cun be made. at Berea if there is the will to do so. were , able-bodied s IUU UJf ? 12.0d 12.00 J2.00 Board, 0 weeks 21.00 20.00 25.00 Amount duo Jam 1, 1919 12.00 12.00 Board, 6 weeks, duo Feb. 5... 12.00 '30.00 37.00 38.00 Total for Term This does not include the dollar deposit nor money for bookj or fy ifflf AMERICAN i JJ ANOTHER CON- If it is impossible for any young man or young woman to be in school the full year, by all means they tnoiild enter for a course dur- QUEST ing the winter and spring terms. The public schools will close about Christmas and tho toachers Baked Beans Have Made a Place for and advanced pupils should not bo idle through the long winter Themselves In Europe. months but should he studying in Berea where tho best education can he gotten for least money. Reunst Do you know them? BosApplicants must bring or send testimonial showing that they art ton baked Red beans on tonstl Or Home nnd foreign con- above 15 years old, in good health and of good character. This may bi Just beans. sumption of beans has Increased rap- signed by some former Berea student in good standing or some reliabli idly In the past few years. Tho wnr teacher or neighbor. The use of tobacco Is strictly forbidden. has lven thousands of Europeans their first taste of real "Yankee pork For information or friendly advice write to the Secretary, und beuns." This "bean hnblt" will linger, md benns will become a necesMARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Berea, Ky. sity on the European bill of fare, us It has on tho American. 11. II. C. C. Early Possibly no other cultivated crop of- WORD FROM THE BEREA BAND F.D. Harold Deuslcr BOYS IN FRANCE fers a quicker or larger cash return Q.B. than does the Held bean. In the past, Frank Dovoro bean growing has been confined to Paul Bicknell L.II. In a letter received by Mrs. J. comparatively small areas, but grow- P. Bicknell C. Elliot Foulks son, Corporal 1 ers have found out that there are varieties adapted to growth In most overy section of tho country. While beans have been looked upon by some as a "poor land crop," thoji do best on a fertile soil thnt Is neither extremely light and open nor too heavy and compact The bean Is a legume, capable by virtue of its root structure, of taking nitrogen from the air, but owing to Its brief growing season the nitrogen-gatherinbacteria on the roots have but a short space or time In which to tlx nitrogen. Fertilize used on beans should supply nitrogen as well as phosphoric acid and potash. The rapid growth and early maturity secured through the use of fertilizers ure also valuable in enabling the crop to escape rust, blights, or eurly f rotts. from her J. Paul Bicknell, with tho 149th Infantry Band, overseas, ho mentions the expressions of delight at the music of tho band. Ho says in part; "When wo started to march down tho street tho people crowdod around so much that wo could hardly movo along, and when we circled to play, tho people wore just liko kids listening to a town band playing a Wednesday night concert" Ho also spoke about thoir first football gamo in Franco. Tho Band organized a team, which was largely composed of Berea boys, and beat a company team by tho score of 0. Tho line-u- p of tho Band loam is as follows: 8-- Vernon Adams It E. R.O. Caryl Cecchinl R.T. Jim Leeds L.T. Wm. Jones L.K. Herbert Hays Donald Portor, another Berea boy, was unablo lo play at loft end on nccounl of slight injury received wlillo in a practice gamo a few hoiirs before Reports of the return homo of tho 38lh Division, including tho 149th Band, hnvo been made, bul no authentic information has been Ono report is that they are n part of tho American Army of Oc cupation and aro already on tho way to Germany. r becembor 5, lots. THE CITIZEN IN FLANDERS Pago Sova wriovzB utnroiN international FIELDS SUNMfScnOOL KITZWATKIl. D. D of Knullih Illbla In th Moody Illbl Institute of Chicago.) (Copyright, 1111, Writcrn Newipaptr (Hr IlKV. Lesson ! II. Trhf Union.) LESSON FOR DECEMBER 15 JOSEPH FORGIVES REN. TKXT-JniiU 45:1-1- HI8 BRETH- y OOI.DKN TKXT-- If torsive men their trrtpnaati, your havenly father will aUo torsive you. Matllirw 6:14. 44: DEVOTIONAL nKADlNO-Oene- ala ADDITIONAL MATKUIAIr-Oenea- la Kphralana 4:11, XX 4i! I. Joseph Dlicloie Hli Identity to Hit Brethren (vv. He trooted hi brethren hnrshly nt first, III purpose being to ascertain as to whether they were the same cruel, heartless men ns before, find to produce penitence In their hearts. They keenly felt their ctttlt nn! heartily repented of their folly. Judnh's pnthetlc nppenl overcame his nppnrent harshness, cnuslng him to dlcloo his Identity. Being unnble to restrain his pent-u- p emotion he orders every one from his presence. This net on the pnrt of Joseph troubled them; It ought to have rrnde them Kind. Their sins prevented It being n time of Joy for them. This Christ's most beautifully Illustrate dealing with his brethren, the Jews. Just us they who had rejected him and sold him were compelled to come to him for nld, so when the great tribulation comes, Christ's brethren, the Jews, will cry unto him for nld (Daniel 0:27; 12:1 ; Matthew 21 :21 ; Zechnrlnh 12:10-14Joeph denlt severely with his brethren to test them nnd bring them to repentance. So Christ will do with the Jews (IIoea 5:1.1; ICzeklel 22:11)-22- . As Joseph's love was behind his harsh exacting, so bnck of Christ's trentment of the Jews will be his great love for them. II. Joseph' Effort to Auuage the Qrlef of Hit Brethren (vv. When Joseph reveuled himself to his brethren, the remembrance of their sins pierced them through. Joseph's first question wtis about his father. This shows that his desire was to put their thoughts fur away from their crime, lie Invited them to come nenr unto him, and assured them Cod had overruled their crime In sending hlui for their salvation. They meant It for evil, hut It wuh part of God's plan for good. Tills does not excuse them from the guilt of the sin. In some future time Christ will become reconciled to his brethren, the Jews, nnd he their Savior and benefactor (Isaiah 11:10-10- ). I'cter, on the day of Pentecost, showed that the Jews' treatment of Christ was such, and thnr Ood's overruling providence had turned It out as Kgypt wns obliged for good. to come to Joseph for btistennncc and become servants for I'hnrnoli through him (Genesis 47:13-20)- . so will oil the world yet come to Christ for his bless. Ing, nnd Ik reconciled to God through him (Islnlnh 2:2-4- ; 11:10; I'salms 72:7-17- ; Zechnrlnh 14:10). III. Joseph Sent Hli Brethren With Good News to hit Father (vv. As soon ns Joseph's brethren knew him and were reconciled to him, they were sent with the glud tidings to their father. He assured them thut he would nourish them and that they should be near him. They were direct-eto tell of his glory. Jacob would not have mourned the death of Joseph had he known of his glory. He now gnve them the kiss of reconciliation and they were permitted to tnlk with him. Heconclllatlon precedes communion. ). ). Jut ). d Faith Must Show Itself. If the church Is salt, then the church must be different from the world nround It. If the church Is light, then the church must bo unlike those who Imvu not committed themselves to the leadership of Christ. When Christian say the same things which unbelievers say, and do the same things which scoffers do, they cease to bo a leavening forco In society. If faith In Christ Is to have any meaning. It must show Itself In the creation of a new type of man. A Christian should bavo something In him not to be found In ally other human being. Unless he Is more In disposition, aim and than those uround him, hu Is not giving the world the Impulse or guidance which humanity Is In need of. Broadway Tabernacle Tidings. non-du- Relief Not Burden. an Instrument of torture; It Is un Instrument of mercy. It Is not a malicious contrivance for making work hard; It Is n gentle device to mukc hard labor light. And yet men speak of the yoke of Christ as If It were a shivery, und look upon thoso who wear It as objects of comA yoke Is not passion. God's Demands.' Is not from severity that God demands much from nun In order to obtain knowledge of himself; It Is of bis kindness thut he wills the soul by effort to grow capacious of receiving much that he may give much. Jlels-tc- r Kckhnrt. It Abiding In God's Will. The peace, freedom, nnd blessedness of all souls consists In tlielr abiding In God's will. Towards this union with God for which It Is created tho soul strives perpetually. Melster Eckhort. he prw,M )(ineoth n rnsl. r,.rfnn . ...ntn.1 sum . i.n.1 SHAM BATTLE IS VERY REAL dence must hnve Its accompanying number of ncres. Illllcrest wns proud of Its flaunted wenlth, nnd Its select society. One American Red Cross Canteen WorkThe Appeal ers Are Invited to a "Midnight might ride along the perfect roads Hy Lieut- - Col. John McCrea Party" Tell How They without fear of one displeasing sight, poppios grow In all In Flanders fields tho Ideal appointments there was the Show. Between Iho crosses, row on row, but one Jarring note the farmhouse mark our place; and in tho sky at the top of the hill. In vain, petiThat Af the front. We were Rcrvlng cold Tho Inrks, still bravely singing, fly, tions had been offered for Its removal, lemonade to the hot, dusty Ardltl In Scarce heard amid tho guns below. In vnln, Infliientlnts hud sought Its our little Hed Cross canteen near the purchase the offending bouse was not front. Wo aro dead. Short days ago for sale. Tho Ardltl nre Italy's famous shock Vo lived, felt dawn, saw sunset Miss 1'erklns, the obstinate owner, troops, young, dashing, fearless volhad lived there since childhood nnd re- unteers tor the nssnult, who clear the glow, Loved nnd wcro loved, but now wo fused to part from the home of her way for their comrades following. They had been working hard slnco fathers. lio "Wild hollyhocks poking their heads early dawn and were thirsty. In Flanders fields. over our stone will!," complained Mrs. Leaving to continue on their strenTake tip our quarrel with tho fool Forrest, "giving one the appearance of uous way, they shouted nn Invitation: To you, from failing bands, wo throw having been planted on this side. And "Come nnd see us nt midnight; wo womnn's voice screeching for nro going to have n show." We promThe torch. B0 yours to lift it hlghl that e 'June-Hosised to come. at nil times. It's maddenIf ye break faith willi us who dio ing What a ridiculous name for n Roar Shakes the Heavens. sleep, though poppies girl, helper or whatever she may be I" Wo shall not Late In the evening we set out up grow .t "It Is her mime." Miss Sylvln the mountain road. So near the front replied, "the delivery boy told my lnes lights nre forbidden, and we adIn Flanders fields. maid that the girl's proper name Is vanced slowly In the darkness. SudRose, nnd the first one, June I I wish denly dim shadows loom ahead, we Tho Promise she would whisper to me the secret of slam on the brakes, and with a terriHy C. B. Galbrcath her peaches and cream comp'lexlon." Librarian of State of Ohio ble crash the night Is startled Into "My dearl" exclaimed her mother, brilliance. In Flanders fields tho cannon "can you not think of some more InterDripping blood, a soldier stnggers toboom, esting topic than the Impossible people wards us, and we see In the fitful flare And fitful Hashes light tho gloom, next door?" the outlines of crouching figures; beWhile up above, liko eagles, fly Miss Sylvia laughed. "Well, yes," hind trees, wnlls und wagons. A roar sky; Tho llerco destroyers of tho she said, "the great Beverly arrives as If the heavens are fulling; lower With stains tho earth wherein you this nfternoon, Douglas Ileverly, the and lower we bend as the shells go lionized artist. The Schuylers nre giv- screaming overhead. lio ing the first reception." Is redder than tho poppy bloom, A blinding flash, and we see n curMrs. Forrest's eyes were alight with tain of fire dropping on the opposite In Flanders fields. excitement. "The Ileverlys nre one of slope. Sleep on, yo brave. Tho shrieking our oldest families, my dear," she enWith a muffled roar a sea of flame "Long before Illllcrest wns bursts In the valley below. Wave on thused. shell, Tho quaking trench, tho startled p'anned ns n residence section, tho wave of Are, rolling relentlessly nnd Ileverly plnce was the finest one In yell, town. Douglas went, abroad when you Tho fury of tho battle hell were u little girl. I believe his mother Shall wako you not, for all is well. has been ambitious for a dnt;hter-ln-laSleep peacefully, for all is well. from the British aristocracy, but Douglas comes home free nnd fnmous." torch aloft we bear, Mrs. Forrest paused, "You are exWith burning heart and oath wo ceedingly attractive Sylvia," she said swear suggestively. To keep the faith, to fight it thru, "So nre many Illllcrest girls," that To, crush the foe or sleep with you young woman added. Douglas Beverly later came to form the same opinion. In Flanders fields. So absorbed wns he In contemplation of the prodigal The Fulfillment llowcrs, Hint the offensive house escapBy Joseph A. Clark ed his notice; and when he did regard Member Local Board No. 0 the quaint white building with green In Flanders fields the poppies grow, shuttered doors. It was ns a charmed T's quiet 'mid the sunset glow. background, to his new hastily planned Tho larks arc sjngiitg, far on high picture "The Old Homo Gurden." Above the crosses as they fly, Then, like the spirit of the garden, June-Hos- e with her soft pink cheeks, A requiem to those below. nnd her pink cambric dress, appeared Sleep on, ye brave,' who gave your before him. all. When he wns sure that the girl was Tho shrieking shell, the bugle call, not part of his Imaginary brain pic Ardltl Drill. No inoro shall wake you from, your ture, the artist udvanced, "I would like to ask permission to make u sketch rest breaking on the upturned sand of the of your home," he said, "to be permit- trenches. Liquid fire I In Flanders fields. The men ted to make a study of these wondrous crouching beneath the weight of the flower-color" The flaming torch aloft we bore, projectors look like ants confusedly "I will tnke you to my aunt," June-HoWe've kept the faith. The battlo's busy. replied, nnd she led the wny A surprising lull, nnd the storm o'er. through the green shuttered door. hrenks. The very mountains tremble. The foe is crushed. We'vo fought it "Your fjrent Beverly like other men Tho shrlir whistle of shells now thru. of genius Is spoiled," Mrs. Forrest hy n spiteful tnp of tho Now, rest in peaco, God'bo with you complnlned to her duughter. "No one gun. The unmistakable whine poppies scoro seems to have found the royal path to WIid lie asleep, where torpedo, the whang of bursting bis favor, He Ignores Invitations; Is if the In Flanders fields. hrapnel, the hurtllru; fury of high he busy?' explosives. The night Is hideous with Miss Sylvia curled her lip. "Why leath and pale s hang In the America's Pledge of Food you henrd? lie spends his iky, lighting the fearful stnge. The haven't Gave Heart to the Allies wnklng hours, sketching that disrepu- "urtnln Is falling, this time higher up In Their Darkest Hour table old house next door, the girl the slope, nnd under Its protection the June-Hosusually hovering In the shock troops nro advancing In tho Whatever Is necessary America will background. Mndnme Beverly Is fran-sen- face of n withering fire. The steady That wus America's pledge to tic. und his father Is trying to persuade note of a rllle volley and n man falls the Interallied food council. And be-- Douglas to take nnother world tour, here nnd nnother there ns the machine cause the American food nrmy bad Can you Imngine vhut It would mean, guns busily spoil out death. hitherto made good ther took heart hi their standing. If Douglas should Thus Are They Trained. take It Into his head to marry that no- und went forward. Again the heavens part and tho body? The very house has been an e to them nil nlong, but this mountains seem afire. Once more the Farm enterprise and much soft corn terrible, preparation, the barrage rising n Increased pork supplies, food conser-- penniless girl, who, of course, Is higher and higher. The sky Is red. - Ing the urtlst to win n fortune " Increased exports totul shipMrs. Forrest raised her hnnds In The second line Is passed and the incuts doubled. horrors, then sbo laughed sharply, third) InHigh on the slope tho flag triumph, und a faint hoarse "Well," Bho said, "thoso Beverlys waves bavo been looking down on the rest of shout steals across the vnlley. The us all our lives und If It should hap- attack has succeeded! The fighting FAITH JUSTIFIED and the turmoil dies. pen, but It won't," she ended decidedBY EVENTS. On tho silence breaks the measured ly, "the thing Is Impossible." tread of men und In the light of a dickI do not believe thut drastic At this moment tho nrtlst was bend- ering lantern we see the stretcher-bearer- s force need lio applied to, main ing rapturously-ov- er the radiant fuco carefully swing up the road. tain economic distribution and "It wns In Just such a of June-HosIn wonder wo nnother. sane use of "Supplies by tho fragrant peaceful setting, that I had Simple American qucsthm one workers, Cross great majority of American peoalways hoped to find my princess," hu unfamiliar with Hed sterner side of the ple, and I have learned ti deep fr toll! her. And .TiitiiwRnsn hiiiIKm. war, wo were to attend a party. and abiding faith In the intelli"It was Just such a wonderful prince Where nre we? Where ure tho gence of the average American as you, whom I dreamed would come Will they couuter-attack- ? business man, whose aid we sailing across the sea to claim me," The wounded, the dend? ami depend on to remeAnd publicly the next eveshe said. In the darkness we nre hailed: "Ah, dy (he ells developed hy the ning their betrothal notice appeared you Americans you huvo found us I war. Herbert Hoover, August In tho paper. How did you enjoy our little show? 10, IUI7. Mrs. Forrest gasped. "Miss Per- Austrian? Wounded? Trenches? kins," she read, "announces tho en- No but It was only u sham light I It gagement of her nleco Juno-Hosto Is so we train, we Ardltl, Douglas Beverly." Smiling grimly Mrs. Forrest turned to the telephone. "Congratulations Mrs. Beverly," she Cross German Frontier, (ielieiiil called, "upon your son's Intended marliiiiuiucr's riage. Wo are all anxious to learn troops crossed the German more of the young lady. A nleco of frontier, between ItWm und Unpen Biry less less und udtilliccd lowiird the Ithliie, i lie tho Miss Perkins I believe, who, er lives In that old bouse?" ll.v War Olllce uiiioiim-i.- . ewnliii: Eat only meals a day "Yes," cumo back Mrs. Beverly's the troops laid rvmiied tin- - general Waste hue of llurg. Itouhind, lliillln and Is a charmclear tone, "und Jutie-Hoswill cheerIkbur ing girl I Mr. Beverly has Just learn- Montjole. ed that It wus her aunt who sold this fully share simple fare Hous ' Aid Dies of Pneumonia. section to tho Illllcrest company for Paris. Major Wlllard I'. building purposes. Thut Is why Miss Perkins Insisted upon retnlulug her financier and illiihiiiiut, id Neu York, vu nrn'kcu Yes, Mho several das own property without change. with pHiiiiuoidn. d d. she Is a wealthy woman." hmlH(, Tho first of tticso lyrics was written by LlouL Col, John McCrcn, a pionibcr of Jho Canadian Expeditionary Forces, whllo taking part In llo second battle of Ypres. Tho body of LleuL McCrno now lies burled in Flanders fields. Tho request homadclotako up the (laming torch has been granted and on November i Kiwi:- 11 mo in Winn, mo . u COlinllCSS thousands gaVO Up ttlOlr lives iriumpucu on mo ncius oi Flanders. OFFENSIVE HOUSE Dy AGNES ARDITI IDOLS OF SHE KEPT THEM ON THE JOB 0. DROQAN. ITALIAN ARMY Famous Shock Troops Underao Severe Training for Their i 1,, nRjl (Coprrlf hi, llll, Wtatrrn Ntwipiptr Union, i High on the bluff surrounding the busy city, were built Its choicest Work. ls 1 For-res- PROVED SPIRIT OF DEMOCRACY Voluntary SAVE 16,000,000 BUSHELS OF WHEAT THAT FORMERLY WAS LOST IN THRESHING Farmers, Urp,ed by Food Administration, Provide Seven Extra Loaves of Bread for Every American. Your-Jlamii- ig Basis of Food Saving Showed Heart of America Beat True for Freedom. s, se mn-hl- star-shell- , ' eye-sor- play-vutlo- ' e. ' Irresistible. "Many thinking Amerlcnns," said Mr. Hoover, "und the whole world hnve been watching unxlously the lust four months In the fear that democratic America could not orguntze to Germany meet uutocrntlc Germany. has been confident that It could not be done. Contrary proof Is Immediately ut our door, und our people huve already demonstrated their ability to mobilize, organize, endure and prepare voluntarily and elllclently In many directions und upon the mere word of Inspiration aside from the remarkable usscmuhige of our Army and finances." The history of the Food Administration has clearly shown thut tho trust of those who put their faith la democracy bus not been misplaced. To the voluntnry service nnd sacrifice of the American peoplo must be health, continued the attributed strength and morale of the Allied armies and the civil populace. c Upon this spirit of service nnd will depend Europe's fate In the months to come. In the past year we huve carried out an export program, the magnitude of which Is almost beyond comprehension. But with the new demands that have come, with the liberation of nations freed from German oppression, our exports must be almost doubled. Instead of ll.KiO,-00- 0 tons, we must ship twenty million tons of food to Kurope In the coming year ns much us can be pushed through our ports. If the Allies had not been fed by America, It would have been Impossible for them to maintain their defense against Germany. Meeting this world need on a purely voluntnry bnsls, the American people have conclusively proved that democracy Is a success ana that in time of need It will rise to Its own defense. If there were no other accomplishment to Its credit the very fact that It has shown the strength of democracy bus In Itself more thnn Justified the existence of the Food Administration hi the eyes of tho world. Less than four months after the United States declared war the United States Food Administrator expressed his determination to meet America's food problem on a basis of voluntary action und reiterated his confidence that uwnkened democracy would prove snc-rlllc- By adopting clenner threshing methods and by literally combing harvest fields to gather grain formerly wasted, thresherraen and farmers of the United Stntes this year saved fully 10,000,000 bushels of wheat, estimated as equivalent to about seven loaves of bread for every person In the country. This result, accompanied by corresponding savings of barley, oats, rye and other grains, Is shown by reports from 33 grain states to the U. S. Food Administration. Other states, although not prepared to furnish definite figures of conservation In the grain fields, report greatly reduced harvest losses. This rural food saving achievement, accomplished In scarcely six months' time, was In direct response to requests by the Food Administration, which usked farmers and thresheruen to reduce harvest losses from about per cent the esUmated average In normal times to the lowest possible minimum. Country grain threshing committees carried Into every j;raln growing community the official recommendations for accomplishing the results desired. In numerous Instances drivers of racks with leaky bottoms were sent from the fields to repair their equipment and frequently bad order threshing machines wete stopped until the cause of waste was removed. But In proportion to the number of persons engaged In gathering the nation's grain crop, cases of compulsion were comparatively rare. The Food Administration freely attributes the success of the grain threshing campaign to patriotic service by farmers, thresher-me- n and their crews. Incidentally grain growers of the United States are many millions of dollars "In pocket" as a result of the grain saved. one-pou- 3l NO ONE SUFFERED HERE. food-savin- The marvel of our voluntary now thut we are "getting results," Is that no one ever uctually suffered uny hardship from It; that we ull are better in hcnltn and spirit nnd better satisfied with ourselves because of our friendly self-deulu- l. Food control In America price of brcudstuffs steady, prevented vicious speculation und extortion and preserved trutiqullllty ut home. In no other nation Is there so willing a sense of voluntnry a In America that vas shown In the ubstliieuce from wl.eut. e held the Aus-trlan- 1 ' Patriots Plenty - Serve 3 be pud to be Find more wheut, It came; more pork, It came; save gugur, It wits doue, So Americans answered the chulleugu of Gorman starvation. Good will rules the new world us feur governed the old world. Through sharing food Amerlcu helps inuke the whole world kin. Food control made sufficiency from shortuge, kept the rein on food ptlces, gnve the nation's full stieugth exercise. nothing guests o v't-- Be Proud to be a food saver Saver food Starvation hy Germany challenged all '.he world: food couservutlou hi America uiiswcrc.d the chullenge. Food conservation In America has been the triumph of Indlvlduul devotion to the uutlouul causu. h-- A Pngo Right THE CITIZEN Dcccmbor G, 1018. I tako pleasure In expressing in favor or llov. J. M. Martin, II. II. Dudley Caudoll, Mrs. through The Cilizon my hearty ap- Harrison, u preciation of tho faithful work and White, and Grant Hackworth, of I .. -- II m.ai ..Afll.niMU,)' the liberal responses of tho pcoplo ! ' in Clark, Montgomery, Estill, Pow- as lhoy novor worked boforo to No rormpondrnra publlihnt unlrat liimnt In full tijr th writer. Th nm ell, and Leo counties in tho recent bring Powell county up to n high SPAIN AND ENGLAND nbrUnl li not for publication, but M nn evMerm of mod filth, Write plilnlr. United War Work Campaign. Theso standard, and tnoy did. INCREASE IN TUBERCULOSIS Charles Evclcth, tho chairman of, counties gave as they never gavo 1018: aged 10 years, 5 months, 10 boforo to such n cause i JACKSON COUNTY AFTER INFLUENZA Volunteer Leo county, secured tho days. She loaves a mother, father, commlitocs worked in a way that llnn nf nr.snnprintnniinnt. McKeo V. D. EPIDEMIC. , , McKcc. Deo. 2. Members of tho brother and flvo sisters, n near. i,cnr(a nflho soldier i Lucas, nnd n. H. Craton of Boatty- grandmother, 75 years old and who ,)oyg nl Ul(J fronl w,,on lhoy vlllo to liead tho campaign thalcar- iled Cross met at tho Court Houso U. S. Public Health Service Warns Saturday and elected new olllccrs is blind, and n host of friends lo.lcnr of jlt rlcfl Leo county over tho lop. for tho coming year. Mrs. Fannio mourn her loss. Tho cntiro commu- Eglil, couniy nt Ul0 umo jt wns To bo suro Montgomery and Clark Public Against Tuberculosis. Collier and daughter, Lucille, spent nity extends sympathy to tho Brief ovt.rrim with tho influenza; and dur- - counties mado tho largest conlrlbu- -l One Million Cases Tubercu a few days in Loxington last wook. stricken family in their sad hour. (ng U)e wcck wllon 125 pCOpi0 died, lions in this district, but wo exbright child and 8ubs0rluC( $5,350, ,noro than thrco pected so much from them. Theyj SorgL Eli Gabbard, who was Sho was a dear, losis in United States Each a wounded in action in Franco, is at had a disposition that mado ovory ljmes ns mucn ftg 9jl(J ovcr gavo for nro both wealthy bluegrass counties Source of Danger. Ills brother, ono who know Ellen lovo her. Sho a jko cnU5Ci homo on a furlough. and were nblo to respond. Thoyj Jesse, who also has been in tho was fond of going to Sunday-schoI c0 coUnl'y roso l0 tno ptnnnclo went over Ihc top with a much Misses Cora and church and often in tho hours of jicr opportunity in tills matter, larger pcrccnlago than tho other! Influenza Convalescents Should Havs army, is nl homo. Lungs Examined Colds Which Hang Hoggs and Kathcrino Johnson spont of playtimo with tho littlo sisters nn(1 gaV(J seven lirnpg n3 mucj, n, counties, but lhoy ycro not partlc-- j On Often Beginning of Tuberculoili. Thanksgiving with Miss Bessio sho would sing her favorito songs, 8,10 gavo asl ycari powo rcspond- - ularly competing with tho other No Cause for Alarm If Tuberculosis Johuson at Sand Lick. Mrs. Fannio and read tho verso of Scripture, C(j Jn a k(J manncr counties, but they wero not pnrllc- Is Recognized Early Patent MediCollier and daughter nro very sick "buuer mo umo cniuircn to como imn0gsibio for mo to mention recognized wero not ablo to givo cines Not to De Trusted. is also umo md and formu mem not ior 01 ,. with "Uu." Marian Baker wero compct- -l f tl nalroli0 an(i ns mw. as they. such Is the Kingdom of Heaven. ,oya, cilizcns w,0 contributed to ing with other bluegrass counties, very siok with tho samo disease. Tho ban bad bceu lifted in McKeo (Matthew 1D:H), ending with tho le succcg3 in Ul0 campaign of Iho majority of which they sur-an- d schools woro to have opened Lord's Prayer. ihesn various counties. I will, how- -! nnssod. Tim particular leaders In Hctvnre tuberculosis after In- today, but owing to now cases of tho w No flu enzn. to worry If 0Hp home dcar evcri incntion a fow of tho leaders theso counties wero, Judgo Denton iM- u f 'flu" they may remain closed. who worked both night and day to and Buford Tracoy of Clark, M. A. yoi dike premiitltins In tint. Misses Neltio DoPagler, Retta Pas Don't dlugncH' jour own con- Pruilt and II. G. Hoffman of Mont 'ako it go. Wo miss thee from thy place. tlltlon. Ilnve your doctor cintn- and Lucy VanderPloug wero visitu. a. wauace, 01 irvino, me, 111- s- gomery life is cast. A shadow o'er our Ino your lung's ccvernl times nt ing in Bcrca last week. Eucal, tho Wo miss tho sunshino of tlfy face, tinguislicd chairman of Es.tlli coun- A new record has been mado in monthly Intcrvnls. Iltilltl up your son of Tom Smith, died Monday ty, practically forsook his business, all of Micso counties. A now stand- -. Thy fond Tind earnest caro; Btrrncth with rlcht llvlnc goo;! night with influenza. Dr. and Mrs. Our home is dark without thee, He made personal canvasses, organ- - ard has been set. Henceforth they footl and plenty of fresh nlr. W. R Hornsby spent Thanksgiviug Wo ized committees, mado collections, will nil bo moro ready than ovor, Don't wnsto money on patent miss tlieo everywhere. at Burning Springs. with relatives and received reports. Ho was sue- - beforo lo support and uphold by medicines iidvcrtlxcd to euro til- Dr. W. B. Hornsby has purchased a tierculoMH. cessful in gelling around him good financial aid all righteous cnuscs. Ilecotno a frenh-ul- r farm about ono milo from McKeo, cranio and Wo wish to express our thanks and substantial helpers, and if tho Wc must rccognlzo that out of tho enjoy llfu. . from Will Shock. and gratitude to our friends and Government should ever seo fit to gloom and despair of this war havo1 i neighbors who were so kind to us give badges of honor to tho heroes come many great blessings. 1 . 1. ' 1nIm Green Hall n T .1 It my I during our recent sorrow. 01 uiu war, 1 sii.iii 1... ill u iui . Washington, D. C. (Sffeclnl.) AcE. Vaughn, M. Green Hall, Dec. 2 James Bowles Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Brockman ono ior ur. wnuncc, cording to n report mndc to the United is in Richmond looking for a locaand Family Tho samo argument can bo used Campaign Director of District No. 15, States Public Health Service, tho epU tion. James Evans sold his farm, tletnlc of till lie nt In Spain hit al tho past week, to Bent Plerson for FARMS fOR SALE ready cnuiicd tin Increase lttth prern. with tho "flu." Mcsdamcs John ESTILL COUNTY tho sum of 5800. Ho contemplates lence nnd deuths fntm pulmonary tuWynn, W. C. Wynn and J. T. Witt A similar astoclntion begoing to Kings Mills, O. Luther ro- If it's farm land you want. I have berculosis. Witt, Dec. 2. A telegram was re- Thompson were in Richmond tween Inlliieiiia and tuberculoU was Pclors and wife wero dinner guests ccntly. Mrs. W. B. Lackey has ro- - it, and if you aro looking for n recently mntle by Sir Arthur of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. McCollum, Nov. cently received from tho War De- homo after spending six pain come to me. for I havo tho farm the chief medical otllcer of the 24, nnrn In Mr. nnd Mrs. JnmM Partmcnt telling Of tho death Of weeks with her son, Kay Lackey, you want, at thp price you want to Kncllsh (itihllc health service, In his Sherman Richardson, son of Harvo Howies, on tho 20th, a twelvo pound pay. nnd wife in Kansas City, Missouri analysis nf the tuberculosis death rate bov:r named Mcridith Childers. Mrs. mcnaruson. lie uicu ot pneumonia Richard Lackey is homo from Camp In Kngtand. in France, October 12. Sherman was Edward Cook returned from Pulas acres or lana ngm in In order thnt the people of the Unit- 000- -5 Huell on a thirty day furlough ki County Nov. 2i, where sho had lona Dunn, of Lancaster, has town, all fenced and in good shape. ed Slates may profit by the experience Surgeon (ienerul been visiting iicr parents. R. K. ""7r ' begun her school at Stony PoIqI as on rock piko In 100 yards of graded of other countries United States Pubof the Evans' children returned to Bond school, one quarter milo of railroad Unpen UlueService has tho "flu" seemed under control in Just Issued a Saturday where they expect to re brothers to mourn his loss. We ox- - that viclnilv. Whilo In Loulsvlllo depot, a No. 1 seven-rooframo, lic Health warning emphasizing the need of spe icnd our hoart felt sympathy to tho sumo school work. School has houso with porches, nice Cn( precautions at the present time, Sunday, November 2i, Miss Marion two-stoones. nd opened in Jackson and Owsley beroaved Miss Anna Married, of Mason Ledford was stricken with aculo in- - yard, hen, meat anil wood nouses, an "Kiperlencc seems to Indicate." say PanoDalton, Witt to Coun.ies yet on account of "flu" flieestion from which shn died buildings new, good garden. Ono of the Surgeon Uenenil, "that percons that is tho rural schools. Misses la. May peace and happiness bo about one hour later. Sho had eaten the best buildings and locations in "oo resistance has been wakened by an attnek of Influenza aro peculiar NellioandFlorenco Andrew of Priv-e- tt thoirs forever. Married, Rov. Hou- some oysters and complained im- - town. Price $1,800. With ly susceptible to tuberculosis. wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. ston to Miss Ruth Winn, November mediately of feeling ill. She was N B0OFnrm of 8,H aoros on millions of Its people recently affected F. McCollum Saturday night and 25th. Wo extend congratulations. hospital and seven doc- with Influenai this country now ofc,oso B- - L- - McGeorgc, roa of Camp Shelby, aken to the M. H. Hornsby recently Sunday. to save her. fers conditions farorlng the spread of phreho,-A- i Misa- - camc ,l0mc October 20th with tors did all they could rrM purchased a farm from Ed. Mont- ' tuberculosis." V She was tho daughter of tho lato ' gomeryWohn Gabbard moved to a honorablo discharge. W0 aro Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Ledford, who cleared, fenced and tross-fence- d; In the One Million Consumptive to see him home again. Several good; 41 acres in clover und fencing tho farm known as the "Old Undo" slad United States. wero killed in on auto and train timothy; large orchard, good gar-I)el)le "f l,,is PIaC0 aro attending J Jim Evans farm, tho nast weok. "Then you consider this a serious accident last June. Slio leaves ono Butchering seems to bo the chief oc- County Court at Richmond. Schools sister. Mrs. I. B. Shepherd, and five den nnd no better water anywhere; menace?" was asked. "In my opinion and churches havo been closed for a lot of nico timber. This farm li It Is. though I hasten to odd It Is discupation Messrs. Burnam, Speed, some time on account of tho "flu." brother frame tinctly one against which the people nearly all level. Seven-roo0 run.ai.13 n "" "' ic hollm- Tim "111.." oil., nil silo can guard. So far as one can vstlinato -, house, two barns, 32x30 each; Carico wero laid to rest luesnay aiicrone some extent. n,1(l J". " d there are at prefcent about the million ";Duim'nfs Carico, Doc. 2. Richard Brewer IUB?.ar noon in the old Paint Lick ccme- United nwo of tuberculosis lp nay, had a social last Saturday night; all tery. There aro several cases of granaries. Twenty tons 01 States. There Is unfortunately no ESTILL COUNTY influ'onza in each of tho following cow? 2 calves. 2 horses. 2 wagons, cmpiete census available to show ex- report a nice time. Tho citizens of Locust Branch uusnuis ncuy tno nuniner or luncrcuious pcr- acru8 lor". uuuu' theso parts aro about thru gather families: U. S. Myrcs, Boss and Jacki " Locust Branch, Nov. 28. Tho far- - Robinson.- - t m III WIIL'Ul, UIIUUl ilSI UUSIIUIS Ul lWi BUUH 111 Binic urninic iiic tun iimv n ing corn. They say thoir crop is iimi ' one-lio- lf acre potatoes. 9 head hogs, '"ost of the states hre made the T Tim r.,- - iers lioro have been busy gathering falling short this year. came liomo bindcr, mowing machine and rake. ease reportable. In New York city. ' buyers aro traveling through these ,mve where reporting has been tn force for been scvera hogs butchered wheat drill, corn drill, breaking many yearn, over 35,000 cases of tuparts.-T- ho hog cholera is begin- ne.ghborhood.-W.l- l.o ROCKCASTLE COUNTY plow, cultivator and har- berculosis ore registered with the Dening to kill tho hogs in these parts, f011"'1 1tll's row. Prico for all, 87,000; for farm, partment of Health. Those familiar People arc killing thoir fat hogs on La'n and Anns Campbell, InezBick-th- at Cooksburg 10 with the situation believe that the ad55,000. account quicker than they in- - no aml, "altio J, ,,nso" wcr dition of unrecognized and unreported a"(1 Mrs' Cooksburg, Dec. 2. M. A. Van- utick tended aro beginning to pu"tsc.of ,Mr' 1 v....- - enses would make the number nearer, Sunday.-Dor- thy 11.. R chardson, .11 n. " in.. start in tho county. -- Dr. Whites .' road, close to school, church and &0.0O0. The very careful health surim- n, w. it nhnria w 11 or.,i who lias been very poorly, is but aro a recovering. This dread J. vey during the past tw6 provingMrs. W. V. Abney, of Win d seaso is just now gelling into this store, all level, not ono foot of waste yearsconducted Voss Evan. Phiiin wiiann nnd land; all in timber, except ono aero. SIX) In Kramlngham, Slum., revealed Mol- - community. Almost every family cases of tuberculosis In a populacar Smith nil met Saturday night ,,C8Ilr; ,,a,f b,ccn v'silif Mr3 y, A new framo houso, six tion of approximately 15.000. If these for a has had it. The Sollio Griflln, and run cloven hounds after a fox, young proportions hold true for the United rooms, hen and meat houso, school has not started up any more,! and had a flno time and sport. A nico location and can't States as a whole they would Indicate CARTER COUNTY nnd wo are in doubt about it start- - orchard. Mrs. J. F. Roberta was visiting her 0, bo beat for the money. Prico that about one In every hundred pering any more, for there is so much llitchins father, Henry Evans, of Mooros sons Is tuberculous. . Kach of these Hitchens, Dec. 3. Wm. N. Ewald, influenza. Tho Horso Lick school, Creek, Saturday and Sunday. Tho constitutes a source of danger to be acres guarded against." No. 508 A farm of 102 "flu" is dying down somo in these Stato Industrial Secretary, from and Cove Ridge started last Monday. Marian Durham shot and killed blue grass land; all fenced, all in parts; only a few now cases. Bro. Louisville, was the guest of Messrs. What to Do. In his statement to the public SurJames Lunsford, of Dreyfus, will Clayton S'. llitchins and Edw. K. Squire Singleton November 13. Tho grass, 10 acres of which is blue commence a meeting at Flat Top, on Cook Friday and Saturday in tho in- - killing took placo nt tho old Durham grass: on county road: close 10 geon Oeneral Illue points out how houll Fridav n RhL heforo thn 3rd Satur-- teresi or 1110 inuusiriai x. m. u. a. larm on urooKcd urecK. Dnrhnm school, churches and stores; good ,,,08t' who nave n"'1 ""l'' day in this month. All como, as wrk bore. Jesso L. Roberts, or had his examining trial, and was water and a houso. This sls. "All wlip have recovered from InCamclsburg, and Francis O. Stroker, held wUhout Charley fann j8 nbout 5 miles from Danville. bond. Bro Lunsford is an ablo speaker. fluenza," iays the Surgeon Ceneral, Richard Brewer has returned from of Bethlehem, woro hero yds week Thomas as an accomplice was bound Ky, This is good land; can't bo beat "should have their lungs carefully ex- the training camp Undo Gilbert in tbo interest of developing coal over tjnder n two thousand dollar for tho monoy. Prico I50 per acre. nmlncd by a competent physician. In Reynolds, near hero, la buying furs Helds near hero. Messrs. John Hall, bond. Fratik Singleton, of Rico; Terms can ho n,a(lo on mosl a fact, it Is desirable to have several exof Door Creek, nnd Chas. Rico mado Station, spent a day and night with farniSt r tiaVo Iho most eomplcto aminations mado a month opart. Such this season. 1 nomas, n business trip 10 urayson monaay. ins aunt. Martisiua lasi, iigt nf fnrm, r know of Writo examinations cannot be made through the clothing nor ran they bo carried Jellico, Tenn, was week. Mr. Howe, of for my price list it's free. LEE COUNTY If the out In two or three minutes. called to Strait Creek near hero Monroe Thompson, lungs aro found to he free from tuberBeattyville Monday because of his father's seWaynosburg. Ky. culosis every effort should be made to Beattyvillo Nov. 30. All schools in Painting a Pine Floor. rious illness. Rov. J. Loslio Fin- keep them so. This can be dono by Dock paint Is tho technical .namo of Transylvania right living, good food and plenty of tho paint that was uscd.on a whlto Doc. 2nd, after having been closed nell, Secretary of fresh air." Fi"neU plno kitchen lloor. Three cunts were JOHN WHITE k GO. was ,ier,,0 S,unday; seven weeks, owing to tho I Danger Signs. In Ken-beg- an given, and ag It contained considerLOUISVILLE, KY. very "flu." Two of our kraded schools Thn fturreon (Ienerul warned an educational dove lopments, able dryer, It dried overnight. When Liberal assortment last week. We have only a tuc,k' 9, community not only craves tho Inst coat was thoroughly daily against certain dangor signs, j dry It and full value pl4 sucn as "uecune" ami -- cuius wmcu few now cases of influenza In tho ,,ul expects, according to promise, wan treated like a hardwood floor ::rwFURS hang on." county at present. There havo rcal nsP rlrf8 and Instructive ad-t- with a cout of lloor wnx. ThU proThese, 'he explained, were often the been about twenty-fiv- e deaths from tected the paint untl mado the llooi Hides and beginning of tuberculosis. "If yon do a oat 8Uns epidemic and pneumonia In tho d,rM" n l !0 near fnul"ropby J.lf easier to take care of. not get well promptly, If your cold FanM A Dr- county during tho last three weeks. seems to hang on or your health and ,s or Transy vania -- Misses Stella and Lllllo Stone of College.-- f9idnl nose and Miss strength decline, remember that these M Fillman wero In town last Saturday are often the eurly signs of tuberculoshopping-C- orn gathering and tho Myrllo Justice were in Grayson sis. Place yourself at once under the rare of a competent physician. Tubermining of coal is tho order of tho Sunua- culosis is curable in the early stages. day at present throughout the GARRARD COUNTY PaUnt Mtdlclnes Dangerous In Tuber, county. Owing lo tho "flu" opi- culosls. domlo in this county thee was no Paint Lick "Above all do not trust In the misCircuit Court held hero last week.' Paint Lick, Dec. 2. Tho influenza leading statements of unscrupulous Four moro new oil wells como in is spreading in this community. Returns to its before-the-wapatent medicine fakers. There Is no to Tho littlo Infant "of Mr. and Mrs. last week, producing from 20 specific medicine for tho cure of tuberhigh standard of quality 100 barrels. Luther Roberts died last weok culosis. The money spent on surJi OBITUARY medicines Is thrown away; It ihouli Dr. and Mrs. B. B. Montgomery spent be spent Instead for food food aa Paris Crossing, Ind;-- - Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. cestt living." Fannio Ellen Brockman, born June and Mrs. John Bryant, at Bryants-1- 5, 1008; died Monday, Novomber 25, vllle. Bonnitt Roopo is quite ill East Kentucky Correspondence News-YoGet Nowhere Else Mountain Counties Awake ADVICE TO "FLU" U. S, HEALTH SERVICE ' CONVALESCENTS ISSUES WARNING Increase Respiratory Diseases the Influenza Epidemic Probable. In All After n- Influents Expected to Lurk fer Months. How to Guard Against Pneumonia. ImCommon Colds Highly Catching portance of Suitable Clothing Could Save 100,000 Lives. Wnshtnglnn, P. With the stlbsld- ence of the epidemic of Inllnenr.a the Attention of health officers Is directed tn ppeuinnnla, bronchitis and other diseases of the respiratory system which regularly cause n large number of deaths, especially during the winter According to ltiiterl Itltie, season. Surgeon Cenernl of the Unllitl States Public Health Service, theso diseases will be especlnlly prevalent this, winter unless the people are particularly direful to obey health Instructions, "The present epidemic." Mtltl Surgeon Oeneral Illue, "has taught by tilt' ter experience how readily a condition, beginning apparently ns a slight cold may go on to pneumonia and death. Although the worst of the epidemic Is over, there will continue to be a large number nf scattered cases, many of them mild ami tiurecogiilted, Which will be danger sxts to bo guurded against." The Surgeon Oeneral likened the present situation to that after a great fire, saying, "No fire chief who understands his business slops playing the hoso on the charred debris as soon a tho Humes anil visible tire have disappeared. On thi contrary, he continues the water for hours nnd even days, for he knows that there Is dancer of the fire rekindling from smoldering embers," "Then you fenr another outbreak of Infltieni'.nl" he wns nsketL "Not necessarily another large epidemic." said the Surgeon Oeneral, "but unless the people learn tn real I re the seriousness of the danger they will W compelled to pay a heavy death toll from pneumonia and other respiratory dltt-ase- a ol bt ' nt-o- tl 1 ., I I 11 bar-turn- ed News-holm- i- LrhimH iTlUtT1' " m ry Common Colds Highly Catching. "It Is encouraging to observe that people are beginning to I euro that or. dlnnry roughs and colds arv highly catching and nre spread from perwm by means of droplets of to germ latlen mucus. Such droplets nre sprayed Into the air when careless or Ignorant people cough or sneeze without covering their mouth and nose. It Is nlso good to know that people have teamed something alniut the value of fresh air. In summer, when xtple arc largely out of doors, the rvsplra-lor- y diseases (roughs, colds, pneumonia, etc.) are Infrequent; In the fall, as people begin to remain Indoors, the pcra respiratory diseases Increase; In the winter, when ieople are prone to stny In badly ventilated, overheated rooms, the respiratory disease become very prevalen t. now-a-da- m ( i'' ,", Suitable Clothing Important "Still another factor In the prtxluc-tlo- n nf colds, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases Is can'leitstiess or tiorunce of the people regarding stiltS ahle clothing during the hvuwhis when the weather suddenly chuuges, silling In warm noms too heavily dressed or, what Is even more common, especially among women, dressing so lightly that windows are kept closet) In order to be comfortably worm. This la a very In- "i- - two-hor- so jurious practice lo.-Sc- hooIs rn. n. 7" 1 two-stor- $1,-00- I Col-ab- Could Save 100,000 Lives. "I believe we could easily save one hundred thousand Uvea 'annually lo tho United States If all the people would adopt the system of fresh air living followed, for example. In tuberculosis sanatoria. Then- - Is npthlng mysterious about it no specific medicine, no vaccine. The imiHinant thing is right living, good food and plenty of fresh nlr. Droplet Infection Explained In Pictures, "The llurcau of Tubllc Health. Treasury Department, has Just Issued a striking poster tlrnwn by Ilerrymnn, Washington cartoonist. tho The poster exemplitltn the modern method of health etlucutlen. A few years ago, under similar circumstances, the health authorities would have Issued an olttclal dry but scientifically accurate bulletin teaching the role of droplet Infection tn the spread of respiratory diseases. The only ours who, would have understood the bulletin would tiave been those who already knew all about the subject The mast In the street, the plain citizen and the many millions who toll for their living would have had no time and 110 desire to wntle through the technical phrase, ology." well-know- n I USE "Turn" ho awtf Always used No More War Flour Potts' GOLD DUST Flour COLDS, TVIMCULOiil IffflUIXlA, rfTOMsOMA, AH AM ITMAB Ml WAT Once Tried Burgeon Oeneral, U. & PafcUe 'Service, Wasalnftea, D. Copies of this poster can. be etV talned free of charge by writlag te tke a 1