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July 1.1, 1922
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JA( KSON Ol'NTY
MrKee, July 8. Floyd Moore an.i
Hurry ICoHier lire home on a vara
tion. Kinirn Daughters Society met
today at the home of Mrs. A. W.
I'uker. All present report a nice time.
We are Indeed very Horry to hear
f the death of JuiiKe Johnxon. Iur
inK hia work a judge, he ha done
a wonderful lot of (rood for Jackson
end surrounding rountiei and will
long he remembered. The Hummer
sihool in half gone jiow, only three
more week. Mr. and Mr. Bill King
if Hone Lick were visiting Mr. an!
Mr. J. H. Tyra of thi place tni
week. M in Lillian Malm, who ha'
been visiting Mr. and Mr. V. H.
Ilornsby, left this week, after a vini
if three or four week. Mr. and
Mr. Hampton Minter are back home
now till September, then he will be
iriji teaching" atrain in London.
July 4th wa a bin dny for Jackson
county; near two thousand people
were in Mi he on that day. The
'ngitijf contests were won by Tigeon
Root nrit priie, Gray Hawk second
prize, and ir.d Cave third. Some
ery fine speeches were made by ilif
f i rent one, which were appreciated
e-y much. The young people of
Mi Kce spent yesterday evening on
the H'g KiK-k, with various kinds ot
amusement. There were six ceititi
cate granted in the liit examination
held, the only one that made first
i la4e were Ague. Hoggs anil Mollie
tiabbard. -Mr. and Mrs. Will Fowler
bnd three children were visiting n
South Fork thi week. Mis Lillian
linker of Manchester Is visiting Mi
Lucille Collier of thi place.
(arico. July Id. We are having
fine shower anil crops are growing
tire in thi section. Our Sunday-,
sihool i progressing nicely at Flat
Top. Singing school begin at Flat
Top next Saturday evening. Mr.
T. J. Faubus is very poorly at thH
writing. Mrs. Lillie Smith of thi
I luce i planning on visiting her fa
ther of MiMire Creek this week.
There was quite a lot of fnx races in
tl-i section Jast Saturduy night men
were scattered all over the hill list'
ening to the music of the hounds.
We are very sorry and snU to hear of
the death of our Honorr.blc Judge
and do sympathize with the bereaved
relatives Some one stole S. R. Rob'
rta' boat aid ha sunk it in the
river or destroyed it in some other
way. The little son, Andy, of Isaac
Himes, fell out of a bush and very
nearly broke his arm last week. The
ladies of these parts are canning lots
i f berries. John Ijear has a bad
throat trouble at present. James
Bishop and sister, Laura May, of
Moore Creek were guests of Misi
F.thel Roberts Saturday and Sunday
The people of tliese parts are about
done with their corn and oats and
Wildie, July 10. Miss Eula Meni
fee of Herea visited her cousin, Miss
Hester Coffey. Mrs. Edith Allen of
Covington is visiting her brother,
Farle Phillips, and family. Dewey
Dotson is visiting his brother, Ernest,
at Cincinnati, O. James Coffey has
returned to Dnyton, O., after a few
(leys' stay with home folk. Mr. and
Mts. H. I. Gadd of Berea are visit
ing Mrs. Oadd's parent. Mr. and
Mrs. J. K. Dotson. Mrs. W. II. Hal
Ienger was visiting relatives and
friends at Berea last week. The fif
teen months old twin baby of Mr.
and Mrs. James Dooley died last week
cf whooping cough. Mrs. P. L. Nash
of Berea ia with her daughter, Mrs.
J. M. Bullen, who has been very sick.
Mr, and Mrs. MiUhel Ballinger
Uft Saturday for Connersville, Ind.,
where they will make their home for
a while. School begins here today,
with Miss Mary Jones as teacher.
Next Sunday, July 10, is our regular
church day here. Rev, Peels of
Nicholasville ia our pastor. Every
body ia cordially invited to hear Bro.
Peels. 11 is able to give a sermon
that will benefit you. Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Coffey were over from the
Kenfro section Sunday visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Parrot. Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Ballinger went to Richmond, Ind.,
lest week to make their future home.
We regret to give up this splendid
young couple. Mr. and Mrs. K. J.
Smith and family of near Brodhead
pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Proctor. Mrs. If. II. Ward has
returned home, after a two weeks'
visit with her son, Jack, and family,
t Cincinnati, 0.
Rockford, July 9. We till have
lot of heavy rain; corn i needing
work. Tobaceo ia going to the had.
-Rev. Van Winkle filled hi regular
rppointment at Scaffold Cane today,
with a lance crowd anil good be
f.avor a uual. J. J. Hamilton ia In
thi vicinity for a few day. F.very
bi dy waa proud to see him back.
A revival meet 'fix is expec ted to lie
gin at ItiKputnnta the flrnt Saturday
in Auirut, to be conducted .by Rev.
I. W. VanWinkle. Bluckberry pick
ing i the jro now. Several of our
farmer are liming their clover crop
on account of the heavy rain. The
little baby of Annie and Cecil Lin
ville i very sick at thi writing.
Willard Todd had a nice three-year-old
mule killed by lightning1 a few
day ago. The people of thi sec
tin were orry to hear of the death
of Hiram Johnson of Iondon, a he H
a man that will be greatly miNed.
The ullicer of Kia-kcastlc have not
rone dead asleep. They are still on
their job tearing up moonshine still.).
It i reported th;it tlie Holiness
people are having a great revivnl at
r near limax.
Goochland, July lll.- Wc are hav
ing some very nice weather at pres
ent and crops are looking good in
this section. Sunday- hool is pro
gressing nicely at Sycamore church.
ith ltro. Harding Moore a secre
tary ami superintendent. He 13 a
very able talker. The Odd Fellows
n.et last Saturday ot the hall at
(,1-ix hle.nd ldge, anil several mem
bers attended from Sand Gap and
(lover Bottom, Jackson county.
We were very sorry to hear of the
ill nth of Judje Hiram J'hnsn of the
27th Judicial District, but we have
been informed that the Eon. A. T.
.Manning from Manchester ha been
appointed to succeed Judge Johnson
in the said judical District, and we
hope he will fill the place fully as
veil as Judge Johnson. A. P. Cab
hard i planning on going out on a
drumming trip this week, and we
wish him good success on his trip.
Vergie Mullins passed thru here last
Sunday en route to Red Lick in Mat
ison county. We notice the prices on
all grain ami stock has taken a rise.
A. P. Gahbard sold Mr. West from
Umilon, one ilay last week, a nice
yoke of calves for $-40. We hoie to
see everything bringing more money
Succes to The Citizen and its many
Silver Creek, July 10. George
Watson and dauh'hter of Indiana are
vit.iting at the home of Hiram Pow
ell. The public school here befrins
July 17, with Stanley Powell as
tercher. Will Anderson visited his
brother, John Anderson, t BijrHill
Sunday. The farmers are about thru
with their crops, and corn is looking
fine in spite of the lack of cultiva
tion it has had, owing to so much
Wallaceton, July 10. Miss Lucy
Johnson is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Wm. Wallace. Mr. and Mrs. Morri
Calico and baby visited Mr. and Mm.
Lionel Calico Sunday. Mr. and Mrs,
John Pickard and daughter of Cor
tin are spending a few days with her
mother, Mrs. Hardin Kidd. E. K.
Wallace spent the week end with Mr.
end Mrs. Jonas Steves of Wood
stock. The friends of Mis lues
Hutchins are rejoicing because she
won the Bible in the contest, July
1th, at Berea. Ines was only four
teen years old, being the youngest in
the contest. Miss Fannie Kidd and
hallie Pavis spent the week-end with
Mrs. Willie Kindred. Mrs. Wm.
Cuinn and Evelyn Guinn were the
guests of Mrs. John Guinn of Scaf
fold Cane Sunday. Miss Kate Baker
bient Saturday night and Sunday
with Mra. Sam Hill. Mr. ami Mrs.
Gilbert Elkin, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor
Botkin and family were dinner guests
of Mrs. Roliert Botkin Sunday.
Everyone seems to be busy picking
berries. The Junior Club members
met last Wednesday and cleared off
he school yard which waa very
much needed. The school will begin
here Monday, July 17, with Mrs. Wil
lie Kindred as teacher. Mr. and Mrs
Wm. Wallace and Misa Lucy Johnson
took dinner with Mrs. Jas. Wallace
Kerby Knob, July 10. Several of
our young folks and soma of ths old
er ones attended the celebration at
McKee. We are sorry to learn of
the recent death of our Circuit Judge
Hiram Johnson. The recent rains
rre making crops look prosperous.
We also have a good crop of fruit
and blackberries. Born to Mr. and
N. B. William on June 2It, a baby
toy, named Fletcher Ambrose. The
15 month old baby of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Powell died July 3rd after
short illness. The bereaved parents
have our sympathy. Vertie and
Ruby Johnson spent from Friday till
Sunday of last week with John
Combs' and Iturt Richardson's fam
ilies of Chestnut Flat. We are still
having (rood attendance at Sunday
school and hope it will continue so.
Mis Myrtle Click, who has been
at Shreveport, La., for several
months, and Leonard Hatfield of De
troit, Mich., were united in marriage
on July 3rd at the home of the
bride's sister, Mr. Zach Thomas, of
Dayton, O. They loft the day follow,
ing for Detroit. Vertie, Radie and
Ruby Johnson and Sallie Powell vis
ited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
R. Click Saturday nijsht and Sunday.
-Herbert Click left Sunday for Day
ton, O., where he is planning to work
for a while, also visit his sinter, Mrs.
W hite Lick, July 11. Mr. and Mrs,
Arthur Matlock and children spent
the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Matlock and family at Nina.
.Mi. and Mr. Morris Calico and baby.
.Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Calico and family-
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel
UUico feunilay. Miss Hazel Iar.
who has been staying with Mr. Jen
ring Mosier the past two weeks, ha
(.one home. Mr. Annie Anderson
spent part of last week with her
daughter, Mr. Lizzie Miller, of near
I'renchcrsville, who is quite ill. H
Creech visited J. B. Creech's Sun
day afternoon. Mr. and Mr. Wm
t reech visited Mr. and Mr Ira
Wells on Copper Creek Sunday. Rev,
Isaac filled his appointment at Level
Green Saturday night and Sunday.
One must always be reminded of
the quill by the word "ieu," because
that word comes from die ltln
"peon," which meant "feather," and
In this connection It Is Interesting to
note that our word "pew-ll" comes
from the I-ailn "h-ihIHis." which
meant "a little brush' or the tall or
"brush" of an animal. Also let us be
reminded that the Itoimuis railed
their black Ink. blacking, timl that our
word "Ink" comes to us through the
Krench froru "encustiuti." which waa
the red Ink used by It. "nun emperors.
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Teach the Child to Dance and When He Is Grown
Up He Will Not Jazz
By MME. ANNA PAVLOWA, Russian Dancer.
"Train up the child in the way he should go, and when he i old he
will not depart from it." This miplit be changed to read, "Teach a child
to dance nnd when he is old he will not jazz."
I have attempted to dance the American style of jazz, but only a few
times. As you Americans would say, I could never see anything in it.
I guess the reason is that I was reared in a different atmosphere. In Russia
we were taught the classic dancing and music that I interpret on the stage.
The schools in h'ussia have a course in dancing that is as important as
reading and writing. Children are taught ballroom dancing from the
start, and as time goes on they embrace the ideals of their instructors;
the love of beautiful music, perfect pojse and graceful carriage.
And there is the awful music, the crash of drums, the moaning of
horns and the other things that go to make up jazz music. We can see no
melody or harmony in that music.
Teach the young people of the country the ballroom dancing. Start
them young. When they are old enough to go to dances they will love the
beautiful and graceful movements and jazz will be distasteful to them.
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LESSON FOR JULY 16
THC HANDWRITING ON THK
t.rBHON TKXT Ian. S:t-Sl.
Oo.lKN TKXT-clod will brlnf wnrr
work Into )u1mnt, with svsry scrt
thlna. whthr It be cood, or whether It
be evII.-Krrl. 12:14.
HKI'RHKNCK M ATBRIAl-Oen. Jt:l
. Kiod. I4.2I-M; Kseh. 11:1-14; Acts t:
PHIMARV Torir-Panlel Tells tha
King of Ills Wrotis iKilns
JVNIOR TOPIC-Brlehaixar'S Feast
INTERMEDIATE ANDtrENIOIt TOPIC
JiHfKtnrnt AiralnM Kln Alcohol.
Tot'No rmn.E and am-lt Tone
-How to Enfone the Judgment Against
at runs Iirlnk.
I. Balshaizar's Impious Fsast (tt.
1. Who attended (tt. 1. 2). Bel
liHiir. his wife and rynoufoines and
a tlioiis.mil of his lords.
2. lVhnvlor thereHt (vt. 3, 4).
(1) Thee 'drank v ine; they encntrert
In revelry. (2) Tliey romtiiltteil sac
rlli'K'e. In tlielr drunken revelry lliey
drank wine nut of the surred vessels
whli'li hud been tHken out of the,
temple, of the bouse of tlod, whlrh
whs nt Jerusalem. When men are un
der the inlluenre of Intoxii'iitlng
liquors they lose nil reKnrd for surred
tliliiKs. (M) They worshiped Idols.
They prayed to (foils of sold iind of sli
ver, of brass, of Iron, wood ant; sl-ne.
II. The Handwriting en the Wall
1. The time of (v. 5). It onurred
In the siime hour In wlilrh tliey were
enpiiped In tlielr drunken revelry.
2. The effert upon the klntf (v. 6).
He was irreatly disturbed; he wns
seized with ronsternntion. "The Joints
of Ills loins were loosed, and bis kit"-
smote one iifnlnst imollier."
S. The kinir's behavior (vv. 7-10).
(1) lie railed forth astrologers and
soothsay era. offerlnic rewards of gold
and position (v. 710. Teir utter In
ability to Interpret the writing left
the klnx even worse perplexed.
(2) Ianlel brought at the suKKestlon
of the queen (tt. KMG). The queen
here was perhaps the wife of Nebu
elmdnezziir who remembered Panlel'a
service In Interpreting his dream. For
that reason he wm sent for and prom
ised great reward. ,
III. Daniel Interpret the Writing
1. Pnnlel's address to the king (tt.
17-24). He brushes aside h.s prom
ised gifts (t. 17). He would no hava
his see h limited by the king's i lfts.
2. The Interpretation of the writing
(tt. 2.VJ8). (1) "Mene" means "num
bered" ( v, 26). "t'.od hath numbered
thy kingdom and finished It." (2) Te
kel" means "weighed" (t. 27). "Thou
art weighed In the balances, and art
found wanting." (3) "Peres" means
"divided" (t. 28). "Thy kingdom Is
divided,' and given to the Medea and
IV. Ths Judgment Executed (tt.
In that night waa Belshazzar slain
and Darius the Medean took the king
dom. The Chaldean dynasty ended with
Belshazzar. 8o we may Interpret this
whole scene as pointing to the con
ditions at the close of the times of
the Gentiles and as adumbrating tha
prevailing conditions. Let us note:
1. The stupidity of men. They, Ilka
people today, would not learn by ex
ample. Nebuehadneczar's fats should
have deterred Belshazzar from such
2. The magnificent splendor. This
great feast was characterized by
pomp, display, parade. How charac
teristic of this age I
3. Luxury. Hie famous hanging
gardens of Babylon were a notewor
thy example. Signs of luxury today
are on every hand.
4. Licentiousness. The king with his
wives and concubines. This Is noto
riously prevalent today.
Q. Blasphemous sacrilege. And may
not the sacrilege of toduy be in ex
cess ot theirs, expessing itself In (1)
a profession ot religion for pecuniary
gain, social and political preferment;
2) use of tha pulpit and of the min
istry for display mid notoriety, even
for the propagation of false doctrine;
(3) uniting with the church, attend
ing ttie communion so as to cover up
secret sins; (4) tie use of ths Word
of (iod to give point to a Joke; (S) de
nying that the Bible is liod's Word,
making it a book of errors, myths and
legends; (0) sneering at the Virgin
birth, repudiating Christ's deity and
setting aside His vicarious atonement.
0. Iirunken carousals. The hand
writing Is on lbs wall. Uud will not
endure this forever; Ills Judgment
shall fall. Conditions in ths world
Indicate that the time la drawing
near. Are you ready?
What we truly aspire to be, that Us
aoius sense ws are. The mere aspira
tion, by changing the frame sud spirit
of the mind, for the moment realises
Itself. Airs. Juuiesvii.
inds Vslums sf ths Week.
Buuday is the golden clasp that
bluda together the volume of tbs
blight small Injuries snd tliey
out tat at all. rHer.