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January 16, 191 3 .
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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and again to our correspondents, nr j
. tlm Mtn'i tlint IICWB sent us. "
bo sure of publication, rtiuld rencii
ua Monday, and In no case later than
Tuesday thonilng's mall. Notwith
standing this definite understanding,
letters continue to come Wednesday
nnd Thursday, and of course have to
be held over until next week, when
the news la really too old for ptibll
ration. NOW THIS IS A Hi:.MINI)Klt
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VK WANT TlIK HULKS OUSBIIVKI)
roil THKilt HKNKKIT AS WKLL j
Complaint frequently comes to the
office that the correspondents ua-'
most ol their r.pace In giving news
concernliiK their own family, relativ, s
or iicrsonal friends. They should In
no case fall to reort Items or real
news f-oncernlnr. their people be-
cause they art- related, but It sjiould
not be noticeable to other rentiers ,
that they hava discriminated In favnr
of their own folks.
It is hoped that eery correspondent
will take this suggestion kindly for
It Is only made with the Idea of Im
proving the news and making -it
more ratlsff.ctory to all.
FOR COUNTY" SUPT. OF JACK
Kerby Knob. Ky., June IS, 1.U2.
It Is now no unusual thins for wo
men to sorve as County StiHrinten
dents, and In other high Hlueation.il
Ksltioiis. A number ot counties of
this state haw secured notable s.tv
Ico from their women suiiTliitsnd
ents, for uxumple:
Cora Wilson Stewart has won nati
onal fame by her very cftlcient ser
vice as superintendent of Kowan
Tho great schools of Chicago lira
ably managed by Mrs. Ella Fiagg
Mary Lyon, like tho undersigned,
was a poor mcuntalu girl. She strug
gled against great odds to secure
an education but succeeded and be
camo tho founder of ML Holyoke
Seminary which made posslbio for
tho first time in the history of the
world a general, liberal education for
Having taught In the public schooU
of Jackson County seven years, at
nurnlng Springs in Clay County eight
months and in tho Foundation Schools
of IJcrea Collego, two terms, 1 feel
that 1 could serve my county efflclei.t
ly in the office of Superintendent.
So, In response to many requests,
1 hereby unnouuee my candidacy for
the office of County Superintendent
of Schools of Jackson County, and 1
ask all friends of education to fall
In line and unite irrespective of party
in my support, thus securing a
Superintendent cf Schools, who is
a promoter of education rather than
McKee, Jan. C. Circuit Court com
mences this week. This is a two
weeks' term. Dr. Wliitus of Fogcr
town was In town tills week on busi
ness. Dr. Anderson moved Into town
last week. Jameo H. Hays left heie
lor Louisville 011 the 3rd Inst. -School
began at tho Academy on the Oth.
Charley Ilaker of London was In town
last week. 'Mr. Ilazelwood, a law
yer of London, was In town this
week. A largo party lroni Annvlll
siient New Years Day with Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Messier. Tho Missis
Louise and Anno Warushuls arrived
hero from Holland, Mich., Friday.
Miss Hettlo I'owell, of Annvllle, vis-
You are not jet too late to enter
Iicrcas Ti-k'i;rah school.
No Better Equipment Anywhere
The L. C& N. R. R. Co. 1
has Riven us a wire which will
enable you to copy main line train
nrrf-r.! nn,l mr ri..t,t ,t
desk in our school.
Wis teach juu tiligrajihy for l -.
money than any other xhool.
'J'jiorc U a f toady ilemand for toijijic
tent operators at Rood wagc.
Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Kiliton
and many other great mon began as
ojiorators.. Why not VOL'?
Comu lil! we hau room.
C. S. Kniuiit, Gen'l .Mgr
I Itcd Miss Suda llakor, Sunday. The
1 MIsKCfl (iraco Knglc nml Mildred
Nenl returned to Ifcrra lnt Tu-s-
day. G. XI. Muricll was In town last
weok on business.- 'Mrs. L. V. Morrin,
who has been visiting her father
for revornl days, returned home lat
week. J. K. SpnrkB madu a trip to
Uerva last week Ansc Whicker nnd
Miss Snrali Welch were married M
.1. 13. Holcomb'a last Saturday after
noon. I. T. West, of Frankfort, was
In town this week on business. W.
K. llegley of London was In town on
business this week. D. O. C. (lood-
,ftn of Wcl
,ia-. Tho .1
Ichbtirg wns In town, Mon-
.InckMin County Hank d-
ior...i n iiiviilpiul nf twelvo and on'
half per cent on Jan. 1, for tin year
Cavlco, Jan. fi. James Hays, of
.McKee, passed thru her.', Saturday,
'enroutu for Louisville where he in
tends to go to school tills winter,
Tim holidays went off quietly lav.
Mgl. McD.uilcl Is very sick with la-
grippe. (1. W. Ang"l gave a birthday
dinner the 4th Inst., In honor of his t
4ltli year. All these present enjoy mi
It Immensely. - Hro. 11. H. I'rewltt.
. who has bfwn poorly for some tlin -.
Is bciter now. Mrs. Lucimla Ford
l has gone to Owsley to sio sick relu
I tivos. We have had lots of tld s in
1 the river h-.'ie of late, and the dtl
' ens T.re getting their cross ties to
market Two men were hurt very
bfiillr In the last tide l.ere. I An-'
Angel got hie leg sever!- Injured by j
stepping between two ties and b.'lng
dragged a distance In the river. M.
. Frank (labbard was csught b -etwei-it
a tie raft dir.; broke in two nnd he
was ertuhed so badly that" it is rep
orted there Is small ho? for lt.s
recovery. Jlrs. Ilinda HobliiMin, who
has been ill. U some b.tter now. -Uorn
to Ilr. and Mr.s. Willie Uobcrtd,
a bay. Dec. 22nd. His name is Karl.
.Mother and babe are doing well.
Mrs. Ltatha Tussey Is in poor h-alth.
Tyner, Jan. 11. Wo are having
some very rainy weather, causing
tides In all the creeks. Miss Luej
Ilowlcs closed her school, Dec. 27th.
with a nice entertainment and a
canjy treat for the children. Mr. nnd I
Mrs. S. V. I'nlmer and family of Quick
Sand, were visiting In this vicinity j
Christmas. Eugene till son, who .
went to Louisville Christinas, writ-s.
that he is well satisfied, and has a ,
Job that pays him $2.20 per day.
Miss Lou llulloek 1 In Laurel Conn-
ty for a two weeks visit. Hoy and ,
Clay Moore, ami A. K. Itader started 1
for Loulvsille this morning, to work I
until spring. K. C. Moore has not 1
been able to do a day's work for -'2
nays on account of a felon on h s
finger. Jim Towles has moved lino ,
Wm. Diinignu's property, known as 1
the "Mary I'atton plac'. Dave Vaughn. )
Jr., has moved to Vaughaiitown to
the farm, known as the Unci' Jim St I
John place. We are always glad to j
have new neighbors, such as Mr. 1
Cow Creek, Jan. 3. School will !
gin at the college, Jan. 6th. John
! Frost, Jr., and Paul (labbard have en
tered school at Huckhorn. '.Miss Mua
MInter left last week for Ilerea to
enter fchool. Several of our citizens
have been butchering their hogs this
week. Arch (labbard has gone to
Longs Creek to work for hla unci'.
Isaac 'Oabbard, Jr., and brother, I'l 'ns
' ant, are erecting a dwelling. U. V.
' Huff s-jld I. H. (labbard a tract of
land for two hundred dollars. Mro.
1 Hebecca .Moore died a few days ago
1 with pneumonia after a short Illness.
I S. . Reynolds, who is employed
at Quicksand, as depot agent, visit d
home lolks last week. C. II. Oabbard
I was at Hooncvlllr, Tuenday. on busi
ness. ' n.tu.viivrvii.i.i:
Karnestvllle. Jnn. K. It hab ben
raining for two days and a night uud
still continues. The waters are erv
, high but no damagu has been heuid
of. Some neighbors who live near the
lowlands wuro compelled to drive the
stock from their barns for safety.
Som ulso left their homes and wont
to their nelt&hUors to be on hlgh-r
land. A. D. Caudlll and wif. who
'vo b- n visiting relatives in this
County for two weeks, have Just
I left for their home In Powell County.
S. A. Caudlll has Jufct returned from
hlu trip to Cincinnati, Kings Mill
' uml Muson, Ohio, whero he has been
. spending his Clirlbtmas vacation. He
lemained about ten days and remits
a fine time. JJiiss Muttlo-llnll and
'Mr. Price Onblmrd ware married on
ChrlBtnius day. Wo ' wish them a
suucetwful ami happy life, lloth were : ty, litis mttiu Iiltliig lime a lew dayx.
of this place. Wm. uud C. T. Oub- Corn Is very plentiful In this vlol
burd huvu gone to sod their siok sis- ' nlty and Is wtlllng' for M ouuts pr
ter at Drip Rock, Jnukbou County. bushel. -Mis. Aiku (inhbard and 1 it.
Miss Delia Orlffec was tho guest of
Miss Ilattlo Metralf, Saturday and
Sunday, Preston Oabbard took Mrs.
Wooten's daughter to Annvlllo
School .In Jackson County, yesterday,
nnd Is watrrbound.
Island City. Jan. 4. Died, D.-cem-her
31st, Mrs. Ithoda Peters. She
loivcs n 1 1 si nnd nnd one child.
tnpt. Short, Wm. Maya and IS. J.
Gentry raided six days at the begin
ning of the year In Kstlll Coun y,
Lcro h y captured time distill r
1 nnd two of tho op'rators. M
Abfhlre c ostc. his school at Walnut
(Srovo a 'cw days ngo without any
t.L 'iltrr Wm. Mnyb and daught r,
Otic, lift, Wednesday, to visit rrla
Uves In Illinois. From thin neighbor
hood a great number of students have
left for Dcrca, to wit: J. 1)., Kva,
Martha, and Willie Chndwell, Luoy
Decknell, 'Mattlo Peters, Minnie lnn-,
Oscar Dervcrt, Lola and Kstella Mir
rls end Terrah Gentry. Most of thio
Undents rorn-rtril the best opening In
the history of Ilerea. K. McCollum.
the ncv traveling salesman fir Kcl
ltg Is calling on the merchnnts In
this part of the County at r snt.
Anderson Cnrniack has movid to
tho property vacated by Hill Ilfckn II
near Illako. Wm. And'ifon bns mov
ed to the head of 'Mctlulro Fork to
the residence vacated by t!eo. lvters.
Onward, Christian Soldiers.
SASIXt tllRIMl (1(11 It).
I i i
1. Onward .Christian Jul diers! March-fog ai to war. With the cws nf
'J. lake a tniijht - y ar my Moves the church of God:!irut!i-cri, we are
3. Crowns and thrones may per-isli, Kingdoms tio anJ wane, I!ut the Church ol
4. Onward then, ye faith - ful, Join our ban py throng, Uleml with ours your
.0. XS. n.
4 -p- mm
J 1 j , ,
Je sim, Go inc on be
tread-tog Where the saints have
Je - sus Con - stant will re
voic - cs
In the tn umpta -
U Jlst- L0-.
Leads against the foe; For-ward in - to bat tie, See His ban-ners go.
All one bod y we, One in hope and doc trine. One in char i - ty.
'Gainst that Church prevail: WebareCbrist'sown promise, And that cannot (ail.
U11 - to Christ the King:,This,thro' countless a - gos, Mrn and an - gels sing.
W-e1 -TJtTf - ?!
i On-ward, Chris tian sol -
, Pharis llegley who has been In the er nnd wife visited J. C. Iltilleck, Sat
, U. S. army, returned home a f.w j urday night. Several attended church
days ago. Married, a few das ago,
Miss Daisy Dall to Oscar Piters. .1
C. Oriffith, deputy U. S. Marshal, of
Jackson, Hreathltt County, visited (i.
J. Oentry, Sunday, Jan. 10th.
Pob'y, Jan. 10. On account of
the high waters few people wre
1 able to travel last Monday and Tu"s-
day. The Uuck Creek Oraihd ScIiojI
I will close with only a six months pul,
lie term but Miss Scovllle will tea h
two months longer for the benefit of
the advanced grades. Willie Kin- 1
caid will return to Ilarlioiirville, the j
J 13th. Miss Elizabeth Scouilo gave
' tho boys nnd girls of the "th nnd Stli '.
grades a social during th liollihi)s I
; which was enjoyed by all.-Mr. and
j Mrs. J. W. Rowland and daught' r, t
: Carrie, and Mrs. Nancy H-Td xlsit d
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wilson lust
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. (icorge Maln
0119 visited tho latter's fattur, Alex
Mclntlre. 'llio Mli-scs Oraue and N 1
lle Jacitsoii, Fanny .Maiuouv, and Nan
lila Pendleton UIUd the .MinHts Ad
dle uud Mary Combs last Wednesday
night. Mrs. Nancy McPhcrvon who
was sick at our lata writing Is well.
T. W. Skinner, th- Mlss-s Null
Johubton, Olllo Hughes and Klfja
iKith Scovlllo visited Oi-o. IVikIIioii
niit' Jack Kvnns last Saturilny mid
Sunduy. AH report a ii'ije ilnio.
J Sebastian, Jan. I. The Ih. s Ut
tu Hubbard and Mary il. liny, also
Albert Cubburd nnd A Hint .Mcintosh
' left, Dec. 2btli, tu enter Collvgtt at
! Hurea, uccoiiiiiaiiieil by .1. D. Chad-
well, (jnn of Owslsy's best tuaclivrs.
Mrs. Kllza Williams, of Cluy C01111-
e daughter, Mabel, aro spending the
winter nt tho heme of Mrs. Matilda,
(labbard. Tho schools closed here,
Dec. 2?tli, with n bin treat given by
ttu' teachers: also Miss Jessie Mr-
Neal, tho missionary lady, gave the
children many nco presents, j
Climax, Jan. 10. I). (1. Hector has
returned from marketing his tobacco, j
lie reports that tobacco Is sdllng 1
high at Hichmond. I. and McKluley '
Itector nnd (limit York returned from
Pli extended visit "with friends nenr
Klrkavllle. IClmer lleeter of Iouls
lle has been visiting friends and
relatives nt Climax this week. ('has.
I'orsy'.liu If heme again with his
parents. He has been working in n
Virginia coal mine the past few
months. The little child of
Chns. Wilson died a few days ago
and was laid to rest In the New Hom
cemetery. Tho bereaved parents have
the deep sympathy of nil their many
friends. Sam Hose bought a fine
milk cow of J. II. Chnstcen of John
etta a few days ngo for. thirty-five
(Inuley. Jan. ('. Uov. I). Parker
filled IiIh regular appointment at K"d
trill. Sunday. J. 0. llulloek is In
ery poor health. Claience Hiward
Is sick this week. -Hev II. L. I'ond-
A It IK K S IH'lilTAI
- 1 I I
; ' i ml
r i -r- r v n
fore; Christ, the Roy - at Mas ter,
trod; Wo are not di - vid - ed,
main: Gates ol hell can net - er
son? Ulo ry,praise,and lion - or,
ls jo - L
y - r;:
at Hed Mill, Sunday. 'Mrs. Murj Col-
llns Is iu veiy mior health. .Mr and
' Mrs. Jesse Ponder have returned
I home, nfter a visit ut Iturr. W. K.
1 and It. D. llulloek arc at home from
j llostou, this week. W. K. Hrumltt of
Livingston visited F. M. Ponder, Sat
1 day and Sunday. Heniiet 5111111118
'and Hen Ponder were In Lhlugston,
1 Sunday. O. S. Robinson was in Wll
die last week oil business. Dlllard
j Vaughn Is very low with pneumonia.
Calllo llaker Is very low. Horn to
the wlfo of Kd Robliibon, a big boy.
, N. II. Parker Is visiting his father,
I Rev. I). Parker, this week. MIi
! Clara Robinson has entered school ut
I Ilerea. N. Howies was with hoiu'
I folks, Sundny. J. 1). and Hnbeit
Shcpard nru attending court this week
at Mt. Vernon. James Sims has
moved to Plney llruiich. Dun It ib
ertson lias moved to Livingston
where ho h.-u a position with the 1,
and N. railroad.
Suxtous Cieok, Jan. . Vry roii4h,
wlntery wsather continues. Mrs.
Nannie Campbell null the MIi-k. I.I.
lo and Delia il'inks luue titPail m.
Horn to the wife or II. Howled, a
flno boy oil the 3Wt of Doc. Mrn.
Annie Hrewer has moved back to
her old home. School closed here,
yesteiilny, with preaching by R.-v.
J. P. Motealf. Mrs. Nannie Ikinks
Imby died Inst Sunday of iinI.'b.
jiiIiii Rowlett ami family, of 11 nr
Lexington, have niovt-il into the piop
erty of It, II. ttowmuii, vaiiled l)
Mrs. AnnU Hrower. Tho sick nf
this nulghborhood aro: Mrs. Nancy
Hunter, Mrs. Kllen and Mr. 'Martin
lliirch and Churlle Mitenlf. Miss
Cleo Howmaii, who has liven slots
for the past week, Is nblo to bo out
ONK-WAY SI'KINd COLONIST TICKKTS ON
SALK DAILY MA IK H u TO APRIL 15. ioij to
point In Wi'Mcru Montana, Idaho, Wiiblngtiti,
Oregon, llrlllli Columbia.
ROl NDTItlP HOMI'.SFLK!' RS' TICKKTS ON
SALIC lot mid ,,rl Tl KSDAN S l-.ACH MONTH to
lii.inv pnl 11 H lit the NorlhnrM I nitrd States sml
Cnmiln. Lung limit mid lipner
Tnirl on the
Northern Pacific Ry
mid rnitncrting llm, to
MinncMda, N'ortii Dakota, Montana, Idaho.
Wafliiiij-toii, ( ir'ogoii. or to .Manitoba, Saskatche
wan, Allicrta, llnti-h I olmnliia.
Will uriul free llliitrnhil lllerntiire nbout the North
ct I'nitrd Slnie nml full Insinuation alxiut North
ern Piu'llie r.ilo of fare and rrlee proinptlt upon
rripiri't. It ct you nullum;. Write lixlay.
C K.lt'OX. Ttavthng Immg. Agent, fit :'. 4th .V., Ciuinnati, 0.
ngain. School closed at Ih ni' tith
of Augllii. Jan. 1st, with a big randy
treat Charlie Clay's School at Uoad
Hun closed, Jnn. 3rd, with nhlgent' r.
taliiment. The Mlfufs Nnnnl-
Spetice, Hlla Wood, the Mimirs. Wal
'ter Wood and Martin llemby will
lUfml scluol at OiU'ldn this wlnt.r.
III. I i: I K K
j lllue Lick. Jan. 12. Dr. John ('al
ter pnt the holldan with hinm'
I lolks. Carl Itrateher of Sller Crek
land Mlw) Maud JoIiiimiii of this pine"
'il.rov to llre. Thursday. where
they were married by Rev laron.
We wlh the voiing lOtiple a happy
life. Mrs. Ilelle Terrlll has b-en
ijulte slrk fo: Mime time but Is much
improved now Mrs. Sallle Harris
and family hav- mosl to Slat" Lick.
Nathan Hvans and Clara .lohnon,
loth of this place, were mmrlrd In
; Beren, Thursday, Jan. -2nd, at the
home of Hev. Kelteh Our best wlsh
Jes aro with them. Floyd Ilarrett has
' n turned from I'trolt. Mrs. Paul
Johnson gave the young ix'ople a no
' elal, Friday night. All reRrted a
delightful time. Howard and Frank
You can not keep posted on current
events unless you read the
(Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor)
A Democrat President
Has been elected, and an era of
Prosperity has set in.
YOU CAN GET
Both One Year for $1 .50
Regular price of Weekly Courier
Journal $1.00 a year. We can also
make a special rate on Daily Courier-Journal
in combination with The
Citizen of $4.00 if taken advantage
of this month or next.
To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders
Must Be Sent to The Citizen, Not to
Jdliiison rvturned to Shnwbnn, Sun
I lll(i 11 1 1.1,
J Hlg Hill, Jan. 13 Mrs It. L. Am
liroMi has been 011 the sick list for
a while. A. P. Settle of Kingston.
called to sea his
Mr. nnd Mrs. M.
place, the other
and ' family who
burg, hid., have
father and mother
I). Settle, of this
day. -Willie Settle
moled to Drowns
returned. All are
Kind to them.-
tin continue very rdek. .Mr.
Mrs. SttilMii Oreen have been
the sick list for wmc time.
thlr diiuglitt-r. Mrs. Zona Slush -r.
Is sick. Some clinng'M In resld 'lie
bav taken pbic here. Armoii Nwly
movfd to th 0. W. Ptiff plnc near
T. J. RolertM)irs, las. Willi r to th
hoiiw vncnti'd by Mr. N""'y. and (!af
land IjiWH.m to the pluiv vacated
by Withers. D. W. Cat-e has mos
sl from Mnllory Springs farth'r
down the creek.--Miss Htta Uiwls
and Miss Fannin Dowden sent a
few days with Mr. and Mrs. Win
Haley. Ml Maud Azblll cnll.d to
nt' her gmndiarent. M-. nnd Mr..
M D. Settle, this last wis-k.
Continue! ftn Pact I nt