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December 14, 1911.
1 East Kentucky
News You Get Nowhere Else
1 II cortpBl(aM faMliatl iilti truea la fall tjr Ui wtltr. Tit urn X
It net tor publication, bat an rMtnet ol feed faith. Writ plainly, jj
Plan for January 3
Rooms Scarce Engage One Now
Tho ycrjr unusual rush to Bcrca
this (all has filled up tho rooms avail
able! for students so that thoso who
wish to como at tho opening of winter
term, Jan. 3, must bo euro to send
their dollar deposit and cngago a
room right now. Wo hopo to be
ablo to accommodate thoso who aro
teaching and wish to pursue their
Normal studies In tho winter and
spring, and as many others as possl
blo, particularly tho farm boys who
wish tho winter term In Farm
Old students who havo dollar de
posits here must all tho same wrlto
to cngago rooms.
Wrlto today to tho Secretary. Let
us hear from you and wo will maUo
you wolcomo and comfortable.
D. Walter Morton, Berca, .y.
McKco, Dec. 11. Mr. L. T. Medlook
visited his father and mother at
Annville, Saturday and Sunday.
Hugh Collier visited his grandfather
at Grecnliall, Friday and Saturday.
Jas. Spurlock of Prlvctt was In town
Sunday afternoon to get Dr. Hays to
go to sco his lltUo girl who is very
sick. Itcv. Lunsford preached at tho
rMirUtinn Miiirrh last Saturday nlcht
and Sunday morning. G. P. Perry of
Alcorn was in town last Saturday on
legal bulsness. Jas. Hamilton and Dr.
Hay 8 visited Wesley Angel, Sunday.
Foxtown, Doc 9. Everybody is
busy corn gathering at present.
Lon Johnson of Dry Fork, moved to
the Harrison brothers property near
Sand Gap. Jerry T. Abner called at
W. P. Isaacs tho first of tho week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Crls. Lalnhart,
a baby, uaoy is acaa uui muuier i
doing well. Miss Allle Isaacs is as-
slstlng in the work at Mrs. Lalnharts.
Miss Mary L. Cain has returned to
her uncle's, W. P. Isaacs to spend
Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Mooro -visited home folks last week.
Tho K. P. Lodge located at Wind
Cave is busy hauling lumber to erect
a hall. George McKinney Is erect
ing a dwelling on J. I. Rose's place.
Tho Trustees of Educational Divi
sion No. 5, met, Friday, to put In a
trustee for Blanton Flat. The old one
had moved, away. T. G. Gay bought
a.fino pair of mules at Richmond last
Isaacs, Dec. 7. We aro having lots
ol freezing weather and wheat sown
late looks very dry. It. E. Taylor
has sold to F. Cornelius a piece of
land. Miss Suslo Watson who Is
leaching at Gray Hawk visited her
sinor, Mrs. Sarah Davis, Saturday and
Sunday. Mr. Tillle York, teacher at
Greenhall, visited homo folks, Sat
urday and Sunday. Miss Mattlo Den
ham, of Moores Creek, visited rela
tives on Pigeon Roost, Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Purkey and Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Allen visited at the
homo of Mr. H. C. Davis, Saturday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hack
er were the guests of Mrs. Jano York,
Sunday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jim
my Davis, a fine boy, recently. The
debating society has broken up at
Pigeon Roost John Moore has pur
chased part of Geo. Field's farm, and
is fixing to move to it. Mr. and Mrs.
Jim Denham are expecting to spend
the winter at Ettowa, Tenn.
Maulden, Dec. 11. Thero was
preaching at Wm. Melton's, Satur
day night and Sunday, by Rev. Ed
wards. Miss Rachel Holcomb and
Hobart Holcomb were the welcomo
guests of Miss Maggie and Cynthia '
A Sale foiMen
100 Men's and Young Men's
This Season's Winter Suits
and Overcoats left for quick
;: :; disposal ;; ;:
While they last buy $10.00 and $14.00 values for
$5.00 to $8.50
SPECIAL PRICES ON SHOES, HATS, SHIRTS,
MEN'S PANTS AND HOSIERY.
Do not miss this sale for winter wearing apparel.
3 db. dole
Flancry of Grecnliall, thru Saturday
and "Sunday, Mack Strong of Stur
geon was visiting at Orecnhall, Sun
day. Our traveling salesman, It.- h.
Rawllng of Manchester, with Bryan
Goodwin and Hunt, passed through
hero Saturday, and stayod over night
with our worthy morchant, J, E. llol
comb. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Flancry
and family visited Mrs. Flanery's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Holcoinb,
recently. Thcro is a protracted meet
ing being held at Mauldcn School
houso by llcv. Wm. Johnson and Itov.
Pennington. Thore will bo a protract
ed meeting held at Mt. G I lead be
ginning tho 23rd of Dec. by Itov.
Hacker. Everybody welcome. Our
worthy merchant, J. E. Holcomb, vis
ited Now Hopo Iodgo No. C64 F. and
A. M. Miss Laura Atnyx our school
teacher at Mauldcn closes school Dec.
22. Sho Is our most noted school
teacher and has tho best attendance.
F. L. Montgomery, our hustling
stono mason passed through town
yesterday. Tho Misses Etta and Dora
Amyx of Egypt nro attending school
at Mauldcn. Andy Montgomery and
Allen Holcomb attended church at
Maulden, Saturday and Sunday. Let
us hear from l'rlvctt again.
Clover Bottom, Dec. 11. Wm. Hurst
and Joel Lakes have entered partner
ship in blacksmtthlng and are now
dolnc all sorts of work from tho re-
pairing of a watch or clock to that of
ia steam boiler. Malon Baker has
been working for H. N. Dean setting
I up his steam and grist mill, for tho
I last few days. Mr. and Mrs Grover
Drew visited friends on Horse Lick,
Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Stalo
Smith, her daughter, Aimer, and Gro
ver Hunter of Shirley, visited friends
and relatives at Clover Bottom, Sun
day. Mrs. Lucy Dean who has been
bedfast for three weeks is slowly re
covering. Leo Barrett became speech'
I icaa a eew nights ago, becamo scared
' ano; hid In the barn. Ho gavo his
'friends quite a fright. J, W. Abrams
I has gone to Louisville on business.
Major Cruso went to Hamilton, O.,
last week on business pad met his
cousin, Joo Purvis, there whom ho
had not seen for a long time Tho
postofflce of this place has been re
moved from J. W. Abrams to W. J.
Hays. G. J. Wild broke his gasoline
mill a few days ago but no one was
hurt. School is progressing nicely
at Long Branch. Grover Drew is
Wildio, Dec. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Jno.
Crawford of Brodhcad visited Mr. and
Mrs. H. S. Brannaman last week.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Itance Coffey,
Nov. 22, a flno girl. Alfred Wood
who is in school at Berca, visited
home folks from Saturday until Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Coffey
visited friends at Dlsputanta from
Saturday until Sunday. Miss Clydo
Lair of near Mt, Vernon visited
friends at Wlldle last week. Born
to Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Parsons, a
girl, Nov. 30th. Mr. andMrs. Harry
Huston of Hazel Patch visited Mr.
Coloman Burdetto from Saturday un
til Monday. J. H. Reynolds, who
has been sick for some time, is slow
ly improving. Ebb Burdette of Wll
dle Is reported very sick at this
writing. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hamil
ton of Illinois arrived hero Dec. 7th
for an extended vlBlt with their "many
Boono, Dec. 10. Robert, tho little
son of Mr .and Mrs. John Richmond,
Is very low at this writing. Thero ie
little hope of bis recovery. James
Wadkins, a brakeman on arelght
train, was killed on tho night of tho
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Chorus. Lift up your heads, 0 ye gates', and be je lilted
up, ye everlasting doors, and the King ol Glory shall come
Who is the King of Glory?
The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be ye lifted up, ye
everlasting doors, and the King of Glory shall come in.
Who is the King of Glory?
The Lord of Hosts, He is the King of Glory.
TMlm ixl. 7,S, 9, lo.
Air. (Hiss.) Why do the nations so furiously rage to
gether, and why do the people imagine a vain thing?
The kings of the earth rise up, and the rulers take coun
sel together against the Lord and against His Anointed.
rsalm II. I, i.
It ec (Tenor.) He that dwclleth in heaven shall
laugh them to scorn; the Lord shall have them in derision.
rsalm II. 4.
Ata. (Tenor.) Thou shalt break them with a rod of
iron; Thou shalt dash them in pieces like a potter's vessel.
l'ulm II. 9.
Ciioaus. Hallelujah! for the Lord God Omnipotent
The kingdoms of this world are become the kingdom of
our Lord, and His Christ; and He shall reign for ever and
King of Kings and Lord op Lords. Hallelujah!
Kevclatlon xlx. 6,'6; xi. Ij.
Air (Soprano.) I know that my Redeemer livcth, and
that He shall stand at the latter day upon the earth; and
tho worms destroy this body, yet in my llesh shall I see God.
For now is Christ risen from the dead, the first fruits of
them that sleep. Job xU. ,u ,6. corithUn. xr. .
Quartet. Since by man came death, by man came
alsdlthc resurrection ol the dead. For as in Adam all die,
even so in Christ shall all be made alive.
Rf.c (Hass.) Behold, I tell you a mystery: We shall
not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in
the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump.
I Corinthians xr. ji, j.
Air. (Ifass.) The trumpet shall sound, and the dead
shalt be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed.
For this corruptible must put on incorruption, and this
mortal must put on immortality.
I Corinthtsns xv. 52, 53.
Chorus. Worthy is the limb that was slain, and hath
redeemed us to God by His blood, to receive power, and
riches, and wisdom, and strength, and honor, and glory,
Blessing and honor, glory and power; be unto Him that
sitteth upon the throne, and unto the Lamb, for ever and
ever. Amen. Revelation v u. i.
The Audience Is requested to stand during the singing of the chorus.
29th. of Nov. at Snider, and was pick
ed up early In the morning by tho
section men. Ho was sent to his
homo at Paris, for burial. Mrs. M.
Sims continues quito ill. Mrs. E. C.
Saylor who was visiting in this sec
tion last week, returned to her homo
in Borea, Sunday. Tho Messrs. J. W.
and J. H. Lambert and Willie Coyle
attended Court at Mt. Vernon, last
Monday.-J. 11. Lambert recently pur
chased u farm from Mrs. Mary Wren
for five hundred dollars. Mr. and
Mrs. John Huff are planning to
inovo to Richmond some time soon.
Tho Rev. Childress was called as
pastor to Fair view church for tho
coming year. S. B. McCluro resign
ed as Sunday School Sunt. Mrs. Wm.
Rich is acting supt., at present.
Mrs. Jessie Smith and Talltha Coyle
mado a business trip to Berea, Satur
day. Mrs. MatUo Gadd of Rockford
visited relatives near Boone, Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wren return
ed home a few days ago after a pleas
ant visit with friends at Winchester.
T. Wren of Nina visited relatives
and friends in and near Boone a few
days last week. Geo. Poynter was
visiting at Nina, a few days last
woek. Tho Rev. J. W. Lambert and
wife wero Berea visitors, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wren made a busi
ness trip to Berea one day last week.
Sam Lambert recently purchased a
cow and calf from Mrs. Mary Woodall
or Berea at the price of flftyflvo dol
lars. Lyda Levett visited Miss Eth
el Young, Sunday. A. D. Lovett
made a business trip to Berea last
Tuesday. Pal Owens, who has boen
sick, Is ablo to be out again.
Climax, Dec. U. Braddock Baker
of Climax Is very poorly with dropsy.
Dr. Lewis is the attending "physician.
Aunt Sophy Holllngsworth is still
on the sick list. Thomas Dunn lost
his houso and all his household goods
last week by fire. Elijah Croutcher's
wlfo dlod last weok and was laid to
rest in the Climax cemetery. Mr.
Croutcher and tho llttlo children havo
the heartfelt sympathy of all. Old
undo Abney Ballinger is still very
poorly and 1 not expected to recover.
Conway, Dec. 10. W. T. Dalton
will soon havo bis new houso com
pleted. J. H. Bowman went to Mt.
Vornon on business, Saturday. Eld.
J. N. Culton preached hero on tho
first Sunday night of this month.
Mrs. Sam McClure, who has been Very
sick is somewhat better. John Wood
spent a night with homo folks last
week Misses Ida and Elizabeth Say
lor took dinner with Mrs. Alice Bow
man last Monday on their way back
to school at Berea. Robert Dalton Is
working at tho saw mill for Hurst
and Mink. II. H. Dalley has rent
ed a houso and lot la Conway. Har
vey Bowman stayed all night with
his brother, Henry, last Monday, on
his way back from Richmond Court.
J. A. Wood has completed a new
barn. Wm. Hayes went to Berea,
Sunday, to see his son? Alford Calla
ban will leave in a few days for
Johnetta, Dec 11. Mrs. Mary Shell
Is suffering severely with a felon.
Vornlo Gabney, who has been away
for tho last two weeks, through East
ern Kentucky and V"6st Virginia, has
returned to Johnetta. Mose Anglln
of Clear Creek was at Johnetta, Fri
day, on business. Miss Annlo Sex
ton of Climax visited at Johnetta last
Saturday and Sunday Miss Alice
Sexton was at Climax, shopping last
woek. J. W. Chastoen was in Mt.
Vernon last week on business. Mr.
Bright Chasteen and wife, who havo
been visiting at tho Ford, havo re
turned homo. Marlon Abney and
wlfo of Richmond aro visiting rela
tives here. Henry Abney was at
Clear Creek, Sunday. Llttlo Albert
Shell who has had a very bad jaw
Is somewhat better. Tho work at
Johnetta is starting up rapidly, Bob
Harnett, son of Jim Burnett, and Miss
Nellie Vaughn, daughter of John
Vaughn, wero married, Thursday.
Miss Virginia Carpenter's Bcbool at
this placo will close, Dec. 22, and sho
will return to Berca where sho will
enter school this winter. Frank Shell
and family visited Jack Balanger, Sat
Travelers ReBt, Dec. 7. Mr. S. I".
Caudlll has moved to his farm In
Powell County. D. 11. Wilson mado
a business trip to Booncville, Wed
nesday. Clay Smith has a splendid
display of Christmas goods and it
seems that any one could content
themselves with a cliolco at bis coun
ters. S. P. Caudlll received a splen
did baseball uniform as a Christ
mas present from Robert G. Botner,
who Is at Fort Sheridan, 111. Millard
Botner has gono to Roaderfleld, W.
Va., whore bo expecta to mako IiIm
future homo. Miss Ethel Minter from
Wblto Oak and Dudley Wilson visit
ed Miss Mattlo Ray's school at this
placo, Thursday and Mr. Wilson de
livered an Interesting discourse on
tho subject, "Relation of parents and
Teacher Messrs. A. J. Creech, Mack
Strong and S. P. Caudlll aro planning
to enter school again this winter.
Mr. Creech will enter Berea College
and Messrs. Strong and Caudlll will
onter tho State Normal at Richmond.
W. T. Cecil will uiovo to Wild Dog
in a few days whero ho Is employed
by tho English Co Rev. Walter Tho
mas, a Jew, preached at the Presby
terian church hero. Saturday and Sua-
Island City, Doc. 8. D. A. Camp
bell has Just bought a now saw and
grist mill. O. J. Gentry and W. Maya
havo Just returned from an extended
trip to Atlanta', Gu Married Doc.
1st, Henry Huff to Miss Emma Hud
son. Good luck to tbo young couple.
E. Bell of Doo Creek, got bis barn
turned a few ntghts ago. Two head
horses, nlno hogs, three raddles, and
many farming Implements wero burn
ed. A. Bowman preached Sunday, to
a largo crowd at Walnut Grove.
Mr. Wm. MayB, sent from London
to Mrs. Mays, a flno turkey for her
Thanksgiving. G. J. Gentry and O.
B. Palmor loft to day for Beattyvlllo
on business. Martha Maya visited M.
L Gontry, Saturday. There is a
largo numbor of pcoplo preparing for
tho winter term at Berca College.
Sturgeon, Dec. 11. Estll, tho llttlo
son of Mclvln Price, Is very low with
pnoumonla fever. Davo Baker, tho
stavo man at this placo has sold his
stave machinery to Leo Conglcton,
and tho work will now bo continued
by Jas. Flattery, who will pay J10
per thousand for half barrels, T2o per
thousand for eighth barrels, dcllvcr
thousand for tlghth barrels deliver
ed on tho yard Sheridan and Fred
Peters who for some tlmo havo been
In Ohio and Indiana, returned homo
Saturday. Wm. Browor who bought
property In Kingston has recently
moved his family mid Is now back
winding up bis business and will
Icavo for home, Tuesday. Jan. Flan
ery purchased a pair of fine mules
on Tcrrll's Creek U10 jwst week.
Several peoplo In and around Stur
geon nttended Court at Booncville,
Monday. Deputy Sheriff, Will Gen
try, has been vory busy for some
tlmo summoning men on tho Grand
Jury. Monroo Reynolds of Berea,
who Is at this placo having his eyes
treated Is planning to return borne,
Tuesday. Ruv. J. O. Brown Is er
ecting a dwelling on tho property bo
longing to II. C. Brewer and Is ex-jK-cted
to movo soon. 11. A. Hughes
who has been traveling over tho
southeastern states for somo tlmo
Is expected home about the 10th tt
Tho Citizen has correspondence this
week from Vino, Clay County, which
wo cannot publish owing to tho fart
that It la not signed by tho wrlt-r.
Will thoso wishing news published
pleaso observo our regulations prlnt-
od at tho top of these columns?
Burning Springs, Dec. 11 Mrs.
Mary Jones and sister, Sophia Clarka-
ton, wore thrown from a mulo and
tho latter had a small bono In her
arm broken. Both aro recovering
rapidly. Mm. James. Clarkston left
last week to Join her husband lu
Hamilton, where ho la employed. Tho
many friends of Lloyd Beglcy aro In
terested to learn of his rapid recov
ery from tho severe gun shot wound
received somo tlmo ago whllo out
hunting. Word has been received
from ElUha Thompson of Walsoto
that his wifo is very sick. Her ws
ter, Nancy, has gono to bo with her.
Dr. 0. O. Maggard will return this
week to resume his dental work.
Lindsay Murray returned after spend
inc somo tlmo with his father in
Covington, Ind. A Farmers' Institute
under the auspices of tho Woman s
Improvement club will bo hold hero
durlne tho holidays. All who aro in
terested In farming, fruit culture, gar
dening and forestry can not afford
to Btay away. A lunch will bo served
by tho ladies of the club. Thanks
giving was a red lottcr day for our
schools. Everyono and their friends
wero present to enjoy tho exercises
by tho scholars In tho morning, the
feast at noon and tho addresses
by tho patrons In tho evening. Mrs.
John Hcnsley of Laurel Creek con
tinues to bo very sick. Her many
anxious friends hopo for a sjiecdy ru
eovery. T. C. McUanlcl has begun
tho erection of a largo well planned
Berea National Bank.
tlepurtof the condition of the llerea National Ilank.at llerea, In the state of Kentuekyc
Hi the close of business, Iee, O, 1011.
Loans and Discounts $102,400.03
1 . 1 I 1 1 oo oo
uveruruiis, secured uuu uunecureu 1,001.0 J
U. S. Bonds to securo circulation 25,000.00
Banking house, furniture and iixtures 7,800.00
Other real astute owned 3,000.00
Due from approved reserve agents 33,027,40
Checks aud other cash items 1,080.32
Notes of other National Banks 1,010.00
Fractional Faper Currency, Nickels, and Cents. . . . 180.03
Lawful Monet Reserve in Bank viz: "
Specie S7.070 15
Legal-tender notes 1,181 0,157.10
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of
Capital stock paid in .125,000.00
Surplus fund 14,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes paid.. 1,031.80
National Bank notes outstanding .' 25,000.00
Individual deposits subject to check 120,1 13, DO
Certified Checks 250)0
State of Kentucky, Couuty of Madison, ft:
I, J. L. Gay, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. L. Qay, Cashier.
Correct Attest: J. V. Fowler, W.
Subscribed and sworn to before
barn. MIm Annlo Powell's father
will arrlvo this week to bo hero
for somo tlmo. He will preach In tho
Chapel next Sunday morning. J. 0.
llawllngs baa had a neat and commo
dious porch built around his house.
With bo many Improvements our
town presents a beautiful appearance.
Our winter school will open tho
first Monday of January. Tho work
Will Include alt grades from tho pri
mary to first year high school. Good
board In pleasant homes can bo pro
mised at moderato prices. Our largo
well lighted and heated school rooms
and well trained teachers should at
tract thoso desiring to pursuo stud
ies during tho winter months In this
Wagersvlllo, Dec. 11 A. B.. Kelley
Is on tho sick list. Misses Ella Park
and Mary Wilson aro visiting rela
tives In Frankfort, this week. Miss
Anna M. Wagers was tho pleasant
gu6st of Miss Katherlno Wagors, Sat
urday night and Sunday-rMr. and
Mrs. John M. Arvlne wero tho gtlests
of tliu former's father, Mr. O. W, Ar
vlne, Saturday night and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ilnrvo Gabbard gavo
tho young folks a party Friday night
of lost week. All report an enjoyable
time. Flnley Peters camo home, Sat
urday after a week's visit In Owsloy
Co. Mr. and Mrs. Simp Warford and
children, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Wil
son wore tbo guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Jeff Wagers, Saturday nIBht and Sun
day. U II. Flynn entertained a num
ber of old folks, Saturday night.
Pleas Noland and sister, Bottle, wero
tho guests of Miss Florence Cox from
Friday till Sunday.
Locust Branch, Dec. 8. Thero will
bo preaching services, tho third Sat
urday and Sunday, conducted by U10
Rov. Lunsford. I am glad to say
our school Is progressing nicely with
largo attendance. Thanksgiving was
spent pleasantly. Hunting was all tho
Ko with tho young men. Quite a
heavy snow fell hero Sunday after
noon. Tho farmers are about dono
gathering corn around here. Erby
lllcknell and family visited Mrs. F.
11. Campbell, Sunday Thero was a
reboot exhibition at tbo Blcknrll
tchool house Thanksgiving. All re
ported a fine titne. Mrs. Sarah Camp
bell and family took dinner with Mr.
Jeff Gontry, Thanksgiving. A turkey
dinner was served and all enjoyed tho
Do not throw your wornout hot
water bag away, but cut It In round
or oval pieces and uio tbem as mats
to put under flower pots.
"warrrrx so you can
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A. Hammond, D. N, Welch Directors.
me this 0th day of December, 1011
II. C. Wolf, Notary Tublie.