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April 7, 1921
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
V r-t'i4r-0 r-et M ur.it , f-ii te h f -e Th ram
., r, -,t f..f r j'I '" but i rxl-iv .if r ,.i -h rre p. nly.
nings Moirr visited J. T. and Mis
Pane Clark Sunday. Mrs. J. B.'
Cm h, w ho ha iWn ill, is better. '
Mr. and Mm. Thurton Robin--n
viifee) Mr. and Mrs. Marion We!i
J UK SON ( Ol NTY
Natr.ar.f.r, Mar- h .10 D. G.
V '.'1. ha ri'M I t" his new home
tha" hp la!y ur h.-ww-d from John
Mc Kinney. Mr. M' K.nney has move- !
in the h " wi'h his fion-ir-Iaw.
C'T' r ani.he,i. J. W. pot i
tct Friday and Saturday r.iwht
with M. M. Cajd..l. He i .::yir
rav G. W. Ce.ff.e hat been hal.r...'
hay in this re .f h1-rhood.B. m to
Mr. and Mrs. Fl' yd Gentry, a fine
girl, named F.r.i.--Harrim Lynch
has rented J hr Ia....-hty's farm and
moved there .'. I.yr.eh has moved (
bi the he-ue ':) Abijah Smith.
"Bire" is pr.'ty p..f.rly nowadays.
T. I. Caudiii, Sr., per,t last week
with Ira We!!-, Caution, Ky. Jack
Frost came rouirh lat night. I
think he f t our fruit. Everybody
practically is d'-ne sowir. ca's.
! F.l.'t-e, last week-end. M.
' Nar.r.ie Leynolds spent Easter with
h. r .v..es near W'a-o. Mi"'-"
Gertrude Tuey, Ronnie Txey, and
j-'u.e- Vat n are planning to wi:h
a i rowd of pirl and hoy to B--ore-h-
r April 4. Miss Clarke R-wlanl
from Owsley county visited Miss
Narn.e Keynoids la-t w-ek-vr.d. Sy:-ve-te-r
Little spent a few days in Be
rea Hurire Eater. We had with u
last Friday ar.d Saturday able speak
ers from the Latin department of
Transylvania College, Chicago Uni
versity ar.d other places. Their lect
ures were hiirhly appreciated by every
body. Following their lectures a show
was given in the Opera House of "The
Life of Julius Caesar," and
Aeneid," dramatized by the
1 school cirls of Atlanta, Ga.
enjoyed it very much.
Taint Lic k, April 4. H. II. Ha -went
t P.iehmond Monday en bu
re. Robert Reed and his r,-j h. v.
George Reed, were welcome vi-: r
of W. M. Child r from Saturday un
til Monday. Gilbert Storms and h
grandmother. Mrs. Mary Poyrter, w re
vi.itors of W. M. Poyrter Sunday. -Several
from this place attended t".e
tervicet at Logan's Chapel scho-1-house
Sunday afternoon at 2 ""
"Muk. The sermon was preached by
Mr. Ropers. Miss Daisy l-n,b fr- m
Lancaster visited Mrs. Boian Sur .lay.
Mrs. Marion Davis left tr R; h
mond Monday. Wash Ball left f-r
Harlan county Sunday, where he wi I
make hit home. Miss Celestia Ha'.',
having sprained her foot as h.
stepped out of a buciry Sunday aft r
noon, will be absent from s hool for
a few days. Miss Allie Tointer in
vited her friends to a rarty, whiih
she pave on Tuesday niirht.
Sand Gar, April 4 Hello, Brad
ahaw! See, you have "waked" Rio
Van! But the rattling of the hoe.
plow ar.i com stalks are likely t
put him to sleep again, or give him
A severe rase of "spring fever."
There is little sickness in our vicin
ity, and that of a minor degree.
For the last four days we are hav
ing beautiful weather, and farmers
are progressing very well with the'.r
work. We are glad to say that the
Easter squall did hardly "squall"
strong enough nor long enough to
kill very much fruit in this vicinity:
and if no more squalls come, we will
have enough fruit to do fairly well.
The apple trees are now most beau
tiful to behold, and it seems we
should not care so much about th-.- r
fruit if we can only have their bic
soms. O su' h beautiful wreatr-.-l
Such fragrance in the air! We have
a new merchant at this place in the
person of I r. J. B. Sett'e. He ha
a full line of nice new goods and is
introducir.g 'hem by selling them
right. He will be found ready to
serve you at his place in the oi l
Cook stand on "The Triangle." Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. C. Johnson, af'er com
pleting a course of wirter school h-re
under the able instruction of Prof. .1.
W. Ioui.-h r y, have returned to their
home at M'itm Cr-ek. K. F. Dur
ham and family have r'-firn'd from
a visit to Wind Cave. Rev. Clem
mons and Lynth preached to a lari.'1
audience at this place Faster. The
relatives here cf Miss Martha Ben
nett were almost overjoye I to learn
thru The Citizen of her whereabouts
and that she is alive and well. The
supposition here was that Mart). V
died last Novemtier. How thankful
we are for the dear old Citizen for
bringing us such joyful news. Next,
we would like to hear from Miss Ben
nett's sister, Mrs. Maggie Wright.
GARR RI ( Ol STY
Harmony, April 4. We are having
real nice weather here now, and the
farmer are rutting in good tim
preparing fur their crops. The lae
cold snap we had has destroyed the
peach crop, but the most of the ap
ple crop is yet alive. J. C. Wilson,
who has a bad effected eye, is at
Lexington having it treated by a',
eye pecia!it. Frir.k Rrk of
Crab Orchard had his ri'.e dwellir.r
house burned last right. (It is re-por-dt
he saved the most of it cor
tents. At J ihn Dales' sale last week
the hore and mules were taker
down because the bidding was far
from satisfactory to Mr. Dale. H.s
cattle and hogs brought reasonably
good friccs ar.d corn brought frvm
n'O to 1.4'" per barrel. Fggs are
d-jwn here to IT certs per dozen. G.
W. Flam ar.d family were guests of
Mr. and Mrs G. C. Carson !at Sun
day. Mrs. W. M. C. Hutchirs ra; '
oi l sis'er Mary Shaw a pleaant v s.t
last Friday. Isaiah Savior and fam
ily have moved on J. C. WiNon'
place. Old man NUk Van II k of
Brodhead ha r-ctrt!y purchased a
farm on Fa'.! I.i k Creek and ha
moved to i. We wd.-om- Mr. an 1
Mr-. Van. II .ok in our neighborhood,
a- they ar- a rg our very be-'
peoj I.-. Su eess to The Citizen.
THE JACKSON COFXTY FOLKS
E, K. S. N.
April 3. All the Jackson county
folks are planning to spend this term
end at home. We are all busy prepar
ing for examinations, as we only hav
two more weeks of this term. Our
Home Economics club hail a "home
made"' candy Fale, April 2, at which
we sold $10 worth of candy. The
money goes to the club. Vernon
Fowler from McKee visited his sister.
Whi-e Li. k, April 4. Mr. ar.d
Mrs. C. C. irun shell visivd relative
in Richmond Sunday. Mis Mary
Bryant ar.d Virg.l Viars motored to
I-an. atcr March 21th and wer
quietly married. They were accom
panied by Miss Martha Bryar.t. Jona
than Creech and Arthur Matlx-k.
The bride is a daugh'er of Rev. and
Mrs. W. H. Bryant. The groom i;
the son of Walter Viars of Berea.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Parker have
moved into the house with Mrs. J.
D. Wynn. Several from here were
among the very large crowd last Sun
day week who attended the burial at
the Manse cemetery of Jesse Calico,
a soldier whose body was returned
from France. Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Creech visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Creech, Sunday. Miss Mossie Par
sons is staying a few weeks wi'h her
grandmother, Mrs. Harrison Creech,
who is ill. Miss Martha Bryant
visited Miss Mossie Parsons last
Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jen-
RH M'ASTI.K ( OI XTY
Tleasar.t Willis Shearer depart- !
this life Manh UJ1. at the aje
of 73 years, 2 weeks and ore day
He wa bor r. Mad; .n county near
College Hill, March !". 142, was the
father of fourteen children, of whom
all lived to be gr wn men and wom
en. He leaves seven boys, four g.r .
fifty-five grand, hildren, eleven great
grandchildren, a host of relative and
frier Is to m. urn the b.s. H;s wife,
two sor.s and one daughter precede 1
him t. their grave. He united w;h
the Baptist church at Pine Gr.ve
some f .rty years ago, but was a
member .f the Baptist church at
Clear Creek at his d. a'h. "lr..
Willis" leaves er.e brother, William
H. Shearer, now reiding in Farming
ton, Mo. He was a veteran of the
Civil War and soon after hi return
home he was married to Margaret
K:mrr !, a devoted Christian w .ma .
who wa loved by all who knew her.
After returning from the war, he
spent the remainder of his life on u
farm near Disputants. Two of h
sons, Garfield and Fred, served over
seas in the World War. Four :"
his '.r.s and one granddaughter.
Mrs. Beulah Droud of Ind.arap.-1
were at his bed-ide when -b-a'h came.
Rev. H. L. 1'ond. r cordu t-d th
funeral service. Lev. W. G. Mi'
lins, J. ?. Swir.f.-rd and Oscar t-.v. " -r,
r 'er-d f.e 1 ,tf i' hymn ' T. k
of Age." Th pallbearer wr--M
--r-. .1. S. S-a rd. Cha. Drew.
Elijah A-rey a'-l f-.-ar Own. H
wa laid to re-t i n 'he family ceme
tery rear h! h'-me. H- w:l! be
great'y missed in the community.
The bereaved fan.ily have our sym
pathy. He as a vnt:m of h-ar
Disputanta, March 2. This com
munity was sa Icier, eel by the death of
it oldo-t inhabitant, P. W. Shearer,
who d;cd at hi home March 2''h
at the age of seventy-nine years, two
weeks an.l one clay. The bereaved
family have our sympathy. Rev.
Ponder filled hi regular appoint
ment at Clear Creek Saturday and
. Sunday.--Mr. P.eu'ah Droud of In
I dianapolis and Mis I-na She arer
and sister of Clover Bottom spent
Saturday night with Miss Verdie and
'Eva Shearer. Mr. and Mrs. M. A.
Phillips c.f Wilciie are spending a few
days with her parent of this place.
They expect to go to Harlan so,,n to
make their future home. Mr. and
Mr. Wm. Scales of Cmie Ridge were
visiting Mrs. Seales' parent, Mr. and
Mrs. Ja. Chasteen, Saturday nigh".
Miss Lula and Myrtle Gad I f Clay
Lick were the guests of their c. u;n.
Nora Gad-1, Saturday and Sunday.
A. T. Abney spent Sunday with hi
daughter, Mrs. T. C. H-dt.-Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Thomas and children f
Harts were visiting Mrs. Thomas'
mother, Mr. W. S. Shearer, Sunday.
Eddy Abney and sister cf Johnefa
spert the week erd with relative
here. Wilbum Gatiiff an.l sitev,
Dcna ar.d Everett Todd of R-kho!d
attended c hunch at Clear Creek Sunday.
Goochland, April 4. We are hav
irg s'-me very fine farming weather
at preent. It loc ked as if all the
fruit was Killed, but we think that
the apples are not injured. There was
meeting at the Baptist chur. h las(
Sunday. There was preaching at the
Christian church tonight and prob
ably they will hold all week. Th-f.-urth
Saturday ar.d Sunday is Rev.
Freeman's time t- preach at the
Chr:t:an church at th.s place. Old
Aunt Sally Martin is very low with
a paralytic stroke, but is some bet
ter. Everybody ought to subscribe
f..r Th- Citizen.
I!and City. April 4. -We have i
fre prospect in this part for peach,--and
apple. The regular meeting
day at the Southern Meth -d st chun n
i on the fir-t Sur. lay. It is report
ed here that Dan Brewer, Bill Brew
er's ..n. was 'hot dead on the Br.i) y
Mountain Friday, April by one of
Thomas Venable boys Mr. Emi'y
Peters of Blake, daughter, Liloe ar.l
rieoe, Daisy Peter, were the guest
of Mr. Kate Bowman Saturday night
and Sunday. Circuit Court will con
vene at Manchester on the "rd Mon
day m Apr:!. Several are summoned
to attend from thi place. Several
c f the boys are ser.dirg in th- ir sub
scriptions to The Citizen, and et
there is room f-r more I.-hr.y I.are
cf Metamora fattens on The Citizen,
ha, ha'-Ed Cam-bell of S-u''-.
B.toneviile i sai-1 to 1-e in a cr'ti ul
condition w ith on er of the sterna- h.
He was taken to Ixirg'on f r tx-an:irati--n
and the d.-t..r refuse.) op-perati-.n.
Mr. James W. And- r- r.
who ha diabete. i no better at th
writing. R. H. Bowman's wife, hi
wa taken to Florida f r her health,
is doing no go-! The -1 men nr.
t.'l s;r.e they s-ru. k a good "il Weil
h-They intend t- reume th- i
work a ..,,n , the weather open
up.-The- f it jz.-r. i a g. m m 1 paper. If
you would like to read it column,
sc nd ir, y ir ub-ription to th-- re-p-
-ej ta'ive at Island City, ,,r t the
office at Bena, Kv.
Pan..!,,, Mar- h oil. Rev. J. T. Tur
pin pre a. he -l he re- on the 2"th an I
the- Rev. Pee! on the 27th. Mr. Na
thaniel Cole i still very ill.--Mrs.
Wade Farthing was a refer t gue-t of
Mrs. C. W. Rawlings. l'nc!e Charley
Cox and aunt Miriam were gue-t at
the home of Rdlie Cox, Sun-lay.
Carl Kinclred ancl Clella were gic-t
at the home of Mr. John Gates Sun
day. They were accompanied home
for the night by Delia ("ate. Mr.
Nancy Taylor of Wisemantown was
a visitor at the home of Nathaniel
Potts' GOLD DUST Flour
is made of bst wheat and by
most improved methods
BEST BY TEST
For Sale By All Grocera
R. L POTTS & SON
Whites Statioa, Kj,
Cole f r the past w.-ek M. A. Logs
don has returned hitue from Per- -
greatly benefit,.,! in health. Willie
Isaacs has gone to Hamilton, O.
Jas. Benge of Drcjfu wa the gict
. f J. P. kindre.1 Sun-I.iy.. Little M.s
Helen Kindred is cpiite ill. M.ss Ff.i
I hnsn.an has mumps - Claude (liiver
and R .-.t Rue k- r Whi'e- we re marrie I
on thet -J4th. We wi.-h them mu. Ii
happiness. Wilgus Hurler ba ju-t
completed a kitchen f-r Evan Rich
ards. n this wee k. J .hn Cox at . I
fan.ily were guet at the h-me of
Willis Winkler Snturday night and
Sunday. We fear the recent freeze
killed the fruit.
Tanola, Apr I .. -Mr D-1 a la-r
hart, the daught. r of H i-t n !? '.
nell, died in Hamilti-n. ('., fr -m th--effects
cf measle". She wa lr'"i-"
bac k to her ;dd home he r.. f r
burial. - Mr. John Be ge wa
e allttl by t,legra-ri t-i II.it 1' n
on accourt of th- illn-of I -
daughter. Everett Binge c f Krypt- n
pent the- We e k i t d :'h h. f.i'he r,
John Benge. Ba ley W:!-.-n tried to
ect-imit iiii :-!- Sa-'irdav at the ,. -i.e
of his brother-in-law, Sy-I White. He
wa taken t-e lluhmon-l to the- IVt.e
A. Clay Infirmary for treatment. He
severed the windpipe almut half in
two, so that it wa r.eceary to u
a tule. He has a wife and even
rhilJren. He is a go., cit z- n an i
friends hope for hi early recovery
He'en K r lred i improving s-.nr.
we are glad to kr--w. Wi'gu II r t-r
is can rt ring some f.-r the Re v. .1
W. Richardson at th- old V ge 1
-tan.) - M: Mar hi arr wa a
guest if her sister, Mr. Va"a e-
hr-.-n an, r i t t'y.
The mother of Moses was a slave,
but G..-I was id hi r si-li- and sh
I think it is nighty small busines
t.. In- a king or priet as compared
to be t g a mother.
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Silver Creek. April I. -Mr D i'a- 1
an.l William Anden.,n w.-r, n R ,- k
castle en bu-'ines re- c- t'y. S h -is
r--i"i-.:i nie e-'y W :th g--- I a'-te-ndance
and -r !y --tie r. i r.
Mr. Maggie Will. am and , ! r.
visitecl h'-me f.,!V S m-l.cv !'"n -der..n
and Add.e William .-,.- !-
the teachers' mei-'irg i.t I: -
Sat ir-iav.- .1 Icri . . -..-! h -new
house and n; v- I it t . i- 1 -a
1- t -f sickness am- r g the c b:!-!ref.
s-i h a t- rs.i.ti im-l . -i- i',.,- !
hi. k t- Th- C.t.7.-n a- I .,1 ,1 -readers.
Wallaie ton, A,r:l I M'. and Mr-M-rris
Calico vis;-. .! M. K
Pake r. Sunday. Mr-. Ja. I tg. Sr.,
wa taken to t?e- h-- :t.-, Saturday
and operated e n f-.r appe r.di. if i.
Fe'ix Estrielge i ill n' this wr.'irg.
Mr. ar.d Mr. Will. am Guirn and
Mr. ar-! Mrs. Wi'.'iam Wa la. v.-i'.-d
Mrs. Bert Guir.n Sue.lay. M.- II
en Baker enterf aine-i .jute a number
of he-r frien-ls Saturday t ight.
Everyone had a nice time aid had t.
hurry to get horm- b. f-.'e S ir da
morning. Mr. .Ta. T-.d.) is v.-ry i'l
with d'-uble pnetimon .a. Mis lira -Gentry
left Friday f.-r Biirmingha-n.
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Summer School of Berea College
TEN WEEKS, JUNE 10 TO AUGUST 18
Courses are Offered in All the Schools of Berea College
Pla and Games
FOINIIATION SCHOOL: All the
grade from first to eighth for ilu
dent over 13 )er of age.
Incidental Fee I 7.50
Room Rent 5.00
Table Board (Women) 13.00
Total for Women
Table Board for Men
Total for Men ....
fciilmnct to Libiaty
All course, are standard, lta lmir to secondary diploma., or college degrees.
The Normal courses are on a level with State Normal schooli and b ac! to Stute certifica'es.
Courses ran be taken in more than one school where they are of the saniu rank.
Write for accommodations or other information to
MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Ph.B., Secretary, Berea College, Berea, Ky.
timann lo Lincoln Hall