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s East Kentucky Correspondence I
I News You Get Nowhere seI
Ho cornipoadeae published omen ilnii la fall by the writer The rums
li not tot pabUoattoi bat at an ertdiDco of toad faith Writ plainly 0
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Start in with the Fall Term
Every year Berca has a great gain
in the number of students who start
in with the Fall term Sho does the
best she can with those who come
tein the winter term but the students
are finding out that the best way Is
to begin in the fall
Expenses are less in tho fall
Tho fall is the best time to study
Tho crowd Is less and each etude
has a better chance
But above all is the advantage of
starting in early and getting a fu
t year of study The students who
L have tried it will tell you it pays
i
i Ned McHone our popular agent
Is still on the road He is at the
I
I Laurel County Fair this week and
after it is over will go along the wny
indicated last week He loves to met
i with all that want to pay for their
i copies of The Citizen and says that
when any man pays up he gives him
1 a good name now and forever
J
S JACKSON COUNTY
BIcKKE
McKee Aug 23There was preach
lleg at the Academy Saturday nlght
The Rev Isaac Messier has been com I
i planing with neuralgia for a fov I
daysMr Joseph Wilson surveyor of
i Rockcastle Co and his son passed
I itthru here Sunday enroute to see
i 1 his father at Maulden who is very
ij low He had a paralytic stroke some
time since Mr Q I Rader and wit
started last Saturday for a week
visit at London Mr C S Nuttlngi
f an enlment minister from Chicago
IIan
preached at the Academy on the 18th
He preached the best sermon bean
here for many days Some Hollnes
preachers have been holding a tent
meeting in one corner of the coui
house lot They were here about one
week and preached two or three times
dally There were four applicants In
in the examination Friday and Satur
day for Teachers certificates All of
them obtained second grade certltl
cates George Davis is down with ty
I photd fever at his brothers J J
Davis
CLOVER nOTTOM
Clover Bottom Aug 22There was
a sale at the residence of Mrs Bes
sie Lanes on the 21st and thing
t brought good prlcesI F Dean
bought a number of young cattle at
the Lane BaleMr Jas and Mis
Ellen Click of Kerby Knob attends
the sale at Bessie Lanes Saturday
M G Cruse of near this place bas
gone to Richmond to work in tobac
co for two weeks Old uncle Harden
Azbill whoso hand has been in a
very bad shape for some time is im
proving Old aunt Nancy Blckncl
u who has been very sick for some time
is slowly recovering Schools in this
country are progressing better thai
ever before Parents are awakenlni
to the needs of an education and an
taking more interest than usunlJ
O Purvis and family have returned
from Hamilton OQulte a number
of Masons attended the lodge at thli
place on the 21st Sunday school Is
progressing nicely at Long Brand
and Cave Spring school houselhe
trustees of Edward Division No 6
meet at Long Branch school house I
t Aug 24th at 1 p m to elect a chair
man and secretary of that division
ROIIIUKT
Roblnet Aug 21Corn crops have
greatly improved in the past twc
weeksThere will be a box supper
at Lone Oak Saturday night August
8th Every one invited Cleve Holt
and Maggie Stephenson were quietly
married at the home of the bride
on Wednesday Aug llth Miss C H
Hardin of Hamilton Ohio Is visiting
relatives on Horse Lick Thos Car
penter of Louisville is visiting home
folks this monhThe young wife
of Cleve Holt got lost and wandered
in the woods for about four hours
u
causing her folks much anxiety J
W Carpenter left here Wednesday
for the Brodhead Fair Miss Rosa
and Fanny Sexton who have been
visiting their home returned to Berea
121stAnnie Drew is visiting W H
Drew at RoblnetGedle Mink has
got his saw mill upsfor business H
C and Rile Brewer were up from
f Berea Aug llth buying cattleEl
bert Lake of Loam was thrown by a
muleJas Carpenter who bas been
very low Is some betterMr Jake
Lake Sr was accidentally hit In
the head with a mawl while trying
to throw it up in the loft He will
p recoverMlss Linda Ballard took
the examination at McKee Thursday
and Friday
ETHEL
Ethel Aug 19 There Is lots of
sickness in this community Uncle
Sammie Dalley of this place who
Is thought to have dropsy Is
no better and Is not expected to live
tongMrs Mary J Rice who has
been very ill seems to be getting
thish
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I vicinity The school at this place Is
progressing nicely with Mr E L
Mulllns as teachpr Mr US RIce
was on Rosss Creek last week Cn
business Dr N M Clark of this
place Is very ill and Is not cxpected
to lIveIda Allen of Endee is vis
Iting her mother for a few days
Mr George Moore of this place is
doing a fine work in the photo bus
nessMrs P J Metcalf visited at
Ethel Wednesday
WednesdayTYNEiI
TYNEU
Tyner Aug 22The Steele Stave
Co has worked out Its boundary of
stave Umber at this place and is mov
ing to Corbln Mr and Mrs George
W Moore were visiting at Ethel Sal
urday and SundayMr James H
Jones our hustling drummer is on a
two weeks trip to the mountalns
Wheat and rye are better than were
ever known before in this vicinity
Mr Will Jones threshed 43 bushel
of rye from seventy shocksDorn
to the wife of George Miller a girl
baby on the 2l8t Little Delbert the
six year old son of Mr and Mrs R
B Reynolds fell while playing at
school last week striking his head
against the root of a tree cutting a
wound to the skull two inches Ions
Ho li improving rapidly Mr James
H Moore gave a free moving picture
show Thursday night which was well
attended Mr and Mrs George E
Mo ro have been visiting in Owsle
County the past week Mrs Mattie
Jones mid family were the guests or
Mrs AttcMa Moore SundayThe fun
eral of two sisters Mrs Isabella Bui
lock and Matilda Miller will be
preached at Tyner school house the
third Sunday in September Mr W
M Bullock has gone to Garrard Coui
ty to work In the tobacco fields
GHAT HAWK
Gray Hawk Aug 22We are hav
Ing nice growing weather Mr J D
Bingham wife and motherInla
Mrs L Tlncher are visiting friend
and relatives at Berea this week
Wiley Johnson cut his foot very bat
ly while making ties Frank Fox was
tho guest of J F Tincher today
School at this place Is progressing
nicely with Miss Lucy Bowling as
teacher The Opossum Trot Lumber
Co is doing a hustling business this
fall Wm Adkins bought a tine
horse from J F HaysH J John
son is out buying cattle for the Rich
mond marketMrs Mary Parrett s
visiting her daughter Mrs Jos Still
ham this weekC D Tincher mad
a business trip to Gray Hawk today
W R Engle is hauling stnvesGeo
Fox has returned from Hamilton 0
where liP has been working Nea
Johnson Robt Tincher Frank Fox
and C Tincher say quoit pitching Is
all the go < The Thomas Lumbe
Co of Livingston is operating in this
patEII Angle Is making yokes tor
Elijah Waltham this week Hlran
Turner is overjoyed over the arrival
of a fine boy
boyGUEENIIAII
GUEENIIAII
Greenhall Aug 23 Geo Tlnchei
hoc purchased from John Wilson his
brooding maro and offers her for nab
it a bargain J N Smith made a trip
to Anglin Branch tho past week am
brought home some fine applesJ E
Plerson and wlfo made a trip to Vin
cent Friday to do some picture wort
for J C Dottier and grand children
and to be at tho tent meeting conduct
id at that place by Dan Drown Majoi
Plerson is now well and wo hope
here will be no more trouble from
him We think it very bad for bro
hers to shoot each other or any
one elseSeveral of the boys are ga
In to Cincinnati Sunday on the ex
lursion Travelers Rest and Green i
hall baseball teams played a game on
ho latters diamond Saturday which
resulted in another victory from the
tormerThe Sunda ecbool at Canon
chapel Is doing good work under the
management of Clark Wilson and sis
ter NoraJohn P Wilson and son
Clifton will start for the London Fair
smorrow Mlsa Margaret Wilder is
making her home with Levi Couch
and wife The apple cutting at R M
< lanerys Saturday night was largely
ttended R M Flanery and Bud
Martin returned from a fishing this
week and report very good success
In memory of Little Ethel Pierson
nge three years who died on August
17 She was the daughter of Luther
lerson and the idol of his heart
We extend to him our heartfelt sym
pathy Luther never realized just how
near and dear she was to him until
death took her but as he truly Bald
his loss is her gain When this world
sorrow is over and we are coming
home to rest our Savior will bid us
welcome and take us to the ones wo
love best
Put away the little dresses that sweet
Ethel used to wear
She will need them here no longer
She has climbed the golden stairs
She is with the happy angels and we
long for her sweet kiss
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But her little feet are waiting In
the realm of perfect bliss
Lay aside her little play things wet
with fathers pearly tears
How hell miss his little Ethel all
tho coming weary years
Fold the dainty little dresses Utat
she never more will wear
For the little feet are waiting up
above tho golden stair
Kiss again tho little tresses cut
from her bright golden hair
As we know that angels kiss her
in the realm so bright and fair
0 wo pray to meet her yonder tor
a long and sweet embrace
Where the iittle feet are waiting
and well see her sweet dear
face
When our own last steps are taken
and wo too to death draw near
And the sweet songs of the Angel
softly fall upon our ear
Othe rapture and tho bliss will our
sorrows more than pay
All our troubles wllf seem nothing
when we greet that happy day
J D Pierson
OWSLEY COUNTY
Owsley County Farmers Attention
Francis O Clark head of the Agri
cultural Department of Berea College
who has been studying at Cornel
University this summer will visit
his friends in Owsloy County this
week On Friday night he will holt
a grand rally at Boonovllle to dIs
cuss farming to give to his farmer
friends the benefit of the knowledge
he has gained this summer and to
discuss the advantages offered by
his department of the College to
thoso who wish to learn scientific
farming
FOR SALE Tract of land lylni
on the Duck Fork of Sturgeon jus
above Hamp Flanerys and Wm Ross
homes In one of the best neighbor
hoods in Owsloy County It contain
about SO acres Will sell for 500
For further Information address Joel
saacs proprietor Middletown Ohio
or W W Wilton Travellers Rest Ky
IIICKTOWN
Ricctown Aug 21A heavy story
passed over this section last Sunda
afternoonCrops are not as good as
usual on account of much rain Wm
Hurt and Ray Bowling returned from
Leslie County last Sunday Alfrct
and Logan Gabbard returned Thurs
dar from South Lebanon OThe lit
tie child of Mr and Mrs J M Hello
died last Monday Ewell Wilder has
II cataract growing over his eye
ilollle Wilson was here last wheel
doing some sewing Jas Gabbar
spent a few days on Cow Creek las
week Joseph Baker Is preparing to
move to Berea where he will put bls
children in school Green Gabban
has returned from Jessamine Count
where ho has been working The
schools here are progressing nicely
with Eugene Garrett and Ray David
son as teachersC B Gabbard has
been harvesting tobacco this week
Henry Gabbard Sr is talking of mov
Ing to Berea soon to school his chll
Iren Uncle Blge Gabbard is visiting
relatives here Cassle Combs is stay
Ing with her brother John of Cow
Creek this weekDudley Reynolds
Jf Cow Creek was here last week
John Johnson of White Oak was her
Saturday buying sheep Hardln Rey
nolds was here last Monday on busl
nessJas Botner of Travelers Rest
ias been teaching a singing school ul
the mouth of Cow CreekThere will
bE a convention at the Cow Creeli
voting place August 28 to nominate
a candidate for magistrate and con
table Maud Huff who was bit by a
copper head last week has recovered
Elmer and Tom Seale of Boonevlllo
pent the week end with Mr and
Mrs C B GabbardE E Gabbard
who is teaching at Buckhora spent
the weekend with home folks The
en days camp meeting at the mouth
of Cow Creek conducted by the Rev
Dan Brown closed last Tuesday The
meeting was a great success There
were about 75 united with the church
nd were baptized Tuesday afternoon
ISLAND CITY
Island City Aug 20Ralna have
lade crops fine Married Jno Blake
to Bertie Carmack May their lives
110 bright W A Hoeklna and Arthur
Uyunt left Friday for Beattyville
DeattyvllleI
after furniture for Wm Mays John
hadwell who spent the summer In
Ilinois returned home Thursday Mr
and Mrs Daniel Bowman of Derea
are enjoying tho welcome call of
their many friends In this vIClnlty1
Esther Gentry one of Boreaa students
Is visiting her father this weekI
School at Oak Grove is progressing
nlCCly with about eightythree In I
tendance J F Brewer and
D G Wood teachersWm Mays and
G J Gentry just returned from an
j
extended trip to Perry COuntyW Lj
Peters sold a pair of mules for 375
n B Peters returned from Richmond
0 few days ago where he disposed of
a bunch of cattleRobert Morris left I
ednesday for an extended trip to
O lahoma City James Campbell re
turned from the Blue Grass Fair Wed
1esday and reported a fine timeII i
V Brlggs will move a saw and grist
mill into thla neighborhood soon J
I
The saw mill on Holly Fork blew upI
T H Hurst got badly burned by the
steam and hot waterJohn Harvey
the eighteen year old son of George
Harvey died last week He was
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burled In the graveyard near his home
Ho leaves a father mother several
brothers and sisters and a host 01
friends to mourn their loss 0I
Fryo will leavo September 16th tc
enter Bcrca College Ha says It if
his homo Fannie L PIerson of Jack
son County is visiting Minnie Moore
this week Isaac Holcomb of Okla <
homa City who has been visiting re
latives and friends loft for his home
WednesdayW J Gentry purchased i
II fine mule from Bishop of Clay Coun
ty It Is a tine match to his other
Daisy Moore of Blake who has been i
away for the post tow weeks has re
turned home We are always glad I
to read the various news of tho moun
dins sent In by the correspondents
As you all know Tho Citizen is tho
best paper in the state It is the peo
ples lrlendIt is reported hero that
Roscoo Brewer joined tho U S Army
at Lexington one day this week
ROCMASTLE CbUITY
JlOOJF
Boone Aug 23A L Summers
was in this vicinity last week as agent
for a railroad company Mrs Rock
Adams died Saturday at her home
near Wlldfe She was burled at Scaf
fold Cane Sunday Mrs Jennie Say
lor Is quite sick with fever Her re
covery is not expected A D Levett
has lagrlp Willie little son of Mr
T S Young who has a broken limb
Is getting along nicely Mrs James
Lambert and Mrs Jess Wren were
the guest of their mother Mrs Mat
tie Gadd near Rockford Sunday Mrs
James Grant visited Mrs Wm Rick
on SundayGeo Lamb and B Chas
teen made a business trip to Madi
son County Monday Mr Jas Lam
bert made a business trip to Mt Ver
non Friday Sunday school at this
place is progressing nicely Tho
boys of this place have been quite
busy repairing the County road the
past weekA meeting was held near
Slate Lick Sunday evening Services
conducted by the Rev W M Jones of
Clay CountyMrs Joe Wren is sick
this week Public school is doing
I I
nicely with Miss Bottle Poynter asI
teacher
IWJLUIJ
Wlldle Aug 21Mrs Jas Browns
baby aria Mrs Alza Owfords babies
are very sick with whooping cough
Quite a number of people from this
place attended the Brodhead Fair
Miss Ella Adams of Borea visited
friends at Willie Saturday Miss
Mary Brannaman and brother are vis
iting their sister near Drodhead
Mr J H Brannaman moved Into his
new storo house Miss Mary Jones
and Mr Edward Graves wore married
Aug 19 at the home of the bride
Mr 00 Hays and brother Lloyd are
visiting friends at this placo Misses
Julia and Otlo Elliott are visiting at
tho homo of Mr Tobo Lair
MADISON COUNTY
1110 HILL
Big Hill Aug 21Tho Rev J W
Parsons is conducting a series of
meetings at Pilot Knob church which
will continue this weekMr and Mrs
J G Harrison were the guests of Mr
and Mrs Philip Hayes Aug 22
Big Hill baseball team was beaten Sat
urday by Silver Creek by one scoro
This was tho first defeat of the sea
sonSunday school at this place
is progressing nicely Preaching at
Mallory Springs last Sunday evening
by J W Parsons Mr Nathan Cas
tes attended the Blue Grass Fair at
Lexington Several families of Rich
mond are attending Mallory Springs
these hot days Business is dull hero
nowSoon be sorghum making time
KINCSTON
Kingston Aug 23 Messrs Hudson
and Dave Powell and Garrett Powell
of Jackson County spent Friday night
with J O Powell The ice cream
supper was ft great success Saturday
night They raised about 25 for the
benefit of the Baptist church Mrs J
C Powell Misses Martha Powell and
Ella Ballard were shopping In Rich
mond Saturday Miss Mary Hart spent
Sunday with Mr and Mrs John Law
son at Mote Mr and Mrs James
Norvltl are rejoicing over the arrival
of a glrlYr and Mrs Bay Been
visited relatives in Richmond last
week Several from this place at
tended the Fair at Richmond last
week Misses Ella Ballard and Jessie
Young were the guests ot Miss Dora
Hudson at Dreyfus Tuesday night
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Powell visit
ed D W Lains last week Mrs Mar
tha Ogg of Brauafleld spent Wednes
day with her father Mr Lewis Sand
UnMr Joe Bales had a tine colt
valued at 300 break its leg and die
Mr and Mrs Will Ruckor Ora and
Gusslo Rocker attended church at
Dreyfus Friday night Mrs Jim flak
er of Berea spent last week with her
parents Mr and Mrs Tom Addams
Mrs Margaret Dosher of Richmond
spent last week with Mrs Chas Soper
Mrs Bon Boon visited relatives at
Big Hill Monday Mr Jim Murray
has returned from a visit to Clay
County Mr and Mrs Goo Moody
reads a business trip to Richmond
Saturday Miss Bertha Ogg of Lex
ington and Nina Ogg of Boroa are
tho guests of their mother Mrs Nel
lie Ogg this wcekllr Dug Young
purchased a farm from Sam Alcorn
last week Mr Alcorn has bought in
Rockcaatlo County
ESTILL COUNTY
STATION CAMP
Station Camp Aug 23L 0 Mar
cum is visiting in Hamilton Ohio for
a few days Bark and tie hauling
Is being extensively carried on thr f I
this part The Democratic convention I
held at Irvine Saturday nominatedI
Owen Witt of Irvine for County Judge
and John Alumbaugh of Powell for
sheriff The opposing candidates are
Pete Woltlnbarger for judge and Sher I
man Robbins for sheriff Wesley
Winkler visited at his uncle Lee
Winkler Saturday and Sunday C
II Click and family visited J P Kelly
and family of Wagcravllle Sunday
John R Wilson Is planning to move
to Berea Boon Will Congleton and
wife are rejoicing over the arrival of
a little girl last Thursday Mrs
Hannah Wagers of Berea is visiting
Continual on Fourth Page
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