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September 14. 1022
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
Ho luriinimirintf puhluhnl untrM la full br taa vrttvr. Th nam
I mi for suMratma. but u an crtaVtM-s of rnnd faith. Wrtu plainly.
(lover Hoi torn, Sept. 11. We are
having heavy rains now, that were
very much needed, a crop were
burning up and water retting very
scarce In wimr places. Mini Zela
Dean, gave an ice rrrtm supper at
lx.ng Branch achool last Thursday
evening that n vrry enjoyable,
a warm evening a it wan. Mm.
I.ury Dean has (rone to Richmond for
treatment again. Mrs. Charley Ab
rami a no irirln, of Indiana, visited
Mr. Sherman Settle last week.
Krnest Jarkion, of Ktamy, III., visit
ed Flemon Aibill laat Saturday night
He la out on a short viait on busi
neat. Miaaea Cecil Haya and Lola
Abney will b home from school
at MrKee during the Bond Fair.
Solan Aibill wa visiting the old
home place over Saturday and Sun
day from Bond. Uncle Joe Hunt via
ited Mr. and Mr. Fleming Aibill
from Thursday until Friday of fast
week. Henry Lengfellner, now of
Columbua, O., if home with hia family.
He intend to atay until the
strike ia settled. R. C. Smith ia aer
ving on the jury at McKee this court.
Melvin Aibill left for Ohio with
Rabe Reece, who ia moving Cheater
Narvel's family out there in a motor
truck. Rev. Lewia VanWinkle held
a series of meetings at Clover Bot
tom with success; nine additiona to
the church; three by letter laid in
their membership in the pant week.
Gray Hawk, Sept. 11. Dry weath-e-
still continues. It hurt com crops
and cane crops considerably. J. B.
Bingham ia doing quite a lot of
sprouting and clearing thia fall.
Kverybody around Gray Hawk is
giing to help win the contest that
it on, and there is just one way to
win, and that is to get right down t3
business. Mrs. R. K. Bartlett, of Bc
rea, is visiting Gray Hawk and Mc
Kee ant! other parts for a few days
this week, making her home with
Mra. Mary Bingham while here.
Miss Iila Bingham ia home from
school for a few days. Miss Bessie
Tincher alU-nded Jackson county fair
Friday and reporta a fine time. L.
J. Robinson is doing grand jury serv
ice at McKee thia week and reports
about one hundred and fifty indict
ments and more to be made yet.
Married this week. Bailey Guinn to
.Miss Frances Collins; John Bennett
of Bradshaw, to one of Sam Messer"
girls, of Tyner; Leonard Hayes, of
Gray Hawk, to Miss Bonnie John
son, of Tyner.
Harmony, Sept. 11. It ia getting
pretty c'ry here now. Old man Bill
Bryant ia real sick at this writing.
John CJ. Saylor, of Middletown, O.,
haa bought a part of the Granville
Saylor farm, consideration $1,000,
and has moved to it. We welcome
Mr. Saylor and hia family in our
midst. Rev. W. M. C. HuUhins, of
thia place, attended Rockcastle county
association of Baptists last Tuesday,
and he reports a nice time over there
There is a protracted meeting go
ing on at Preachersvillfl with Rev.
Walter L. Brock, of Lexington, as
tht principal speaker. There 5s not
Much trade going on here now as a
result of the strike situation. It ia
nit I working time here now, and the
beys are sure showing that they arc
skilled in that business, being 1?J by
George and F.t!. Hoskina as overseers
and they both are on their job.
Our clever and accommodating mill
er, Win. Brewer, has just completed
a nice henhouse. Richard Pettuca
had the very sad misfortune a few
nights ago to get hia large stock barn
burned with about 1000 balea of hay
and one good horse and some hogs.
The origin of the fire i unknown.
Some people in this neighborhood ara
planning to attend the dedication of
Union Church at Berea next Sunday.
Jack Edward and old man Bailor
Anderson have bought out the Poin
ter Garage at Crab Orchard, and
they report a lucrative business at
Disputanta, Sept It. We ara hav
ing some good showers in thia part
now, which are helping the pastures
a great deal. Rev. Lewia Van Winkle
and Rev. Overley finished up a uc-i-essful
revival at Macedonia Satur
day night, and there win a baptizing
mar the Scaffold Cane school house
fi.imluu nuirnintf TK.rA flina
ten added to the church. During
this revival there waa real good at
tendance and good behavior. Mra.
M. A. Phillips, of Harlan county, hag
been with her parents, Mr. and Mra.
O. M. Payne, for several daya. Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Shearer and family,
of this place, and Mr. and Mra. Bur
gess Anderkin, of Rockford and Jas.
Shearer, of Richmond, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Thomas, Sun
dp.y. All reported a big time. Mag
gie and Jalie Rrewer, who have been
staying in Harta, were with horn
folks Sunday. Mae Anderkin, of
Rockford, spent Saturday afternoon
with Martha Shearer. Dr. and Mra.
G. T. Payne motored to Berea Sun
day. Mra. Alice Tater, of Mt. Ver
ncn, has been with relatives here for
the past few daya. Mr. and Mra.
Chas. Drew made a business trip to
Island City, Sept. 5. Prof. C. C. Un
derbill, of Scoville, Walter Reynolds,
of Tyner, Superintendent Creech, and
Vincent Thomas, our present County
Judge have been among us in the inter
est of our county aa it ia one of the
contestanta in the Achievement Cam
I it. gn. The ol.l Baptist Assoca'Jon
will convene on White Oak com
mencing Sept. 1 and lasting three daya.
T. A. Becknell, while looking for
squirrels one day this week heard a
noise near by and when he came in
sight he saw three gray foxes. Aa
h- had a d ' J le barrel shot gu.i he
fired twice and kille' two foxes the
other one ran away. Shafter Beck
nell of this place and Miss Martha
Ri-ss, of Scoville, were quietly mar
ried on the .10th inst. at the home of
the bride. May happiness follow thru
lifc.-The sick woman, Mrs. Gentry,
v.ho was taken to Lexington for
triatment, is said to be better. The
tegular meeting time for the Metho
dist South is on the first of each
month. Rev. Charles Chestnut pastor.
Alfred Brewtr, of Traveler's Rest,
aid Mrs. Dora Strong, of same place,
were quietly married some few days
ago. We wish them much joy and
niny happy days. William lllake
and family, of Blake, has sold hia
farm and has gone to Indiana.
Koward Wood and Mis Mary J.
Smith, of Ethel were married the eve
ning of the sectnd inst, Rev. A. D.
Clay Lick, Sept 11. Most of the
farmers in this vicinity are through
housing tobacco. Mis Hami'tcn
spent Saturday evening vith Mrs. W.
M. Stout. Misa Vergie f ingleton and
Ettie Hamilton spent Saturday after
noon with Mis May Hulett Misa
Nora Hamilton and Ben Mobly, of
this place surprised their friends by
getting married August 30. Mrs.
Hamilton haa been visiting her mother,
Mrs. Nancy Maningly, of Lorlettor.
Miss Nelten Golden, of thia placo
and Artie Abrams, of Big Hill, spent
Wist Sunday before noon with Miss
Virgie Pingleton. Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Hulett of Walnut Meadow, and Mrs.
Lizzie Hart, of Berea, spent Thurs
day with Mr. and Mra. E. T. Hulett
The children of Mr. and Mis. Hal
Burdette are poorly with whooping
cough. Mrs. Lucy Norval, of Conway,
has been visiting her mother, Mra. E.
D. Truitt Mr. and Mrs. John Fowler,
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mi-Daniel, of Berea,
spent Sunday afternoon with hia
mother. Mrs. H. H. Fowler. Grace
and May Short spent Sunday after
noon with Vergie Pingleton. Mr. and
Mrs. George Huff and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Huff spent last Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart, of Middletown.
Walnut Meadow, Sept. 11 An Ico
crt-am supper at Todd school house
Saturday night waa given by the
Lone Star Agriculture) Club. Tha
majority of tie folka around here are
attending the revival at Berea Ban
tist church. Talmage McGuire, of
Richmond, apent the week end with
his cousin, Luther Ogg. Mr. and
Mrs. W. A. Ogg, T. M. Ogg and fam
i!y, Chas. Anderson and family mo
tored to Richmond Sunday and spent
tht day with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
James. Conrad Chriaman left Satur
day for New Paria, O., where he has
employment for the fall E. T. Fiah,
one of our most prosperous farmers
and businesa men, haa taken it on
himself to Ax four of the six bad
bridgea between hia home and E. F.
Ogg's on the Walnut Meadow pike.
Mir Flora Spark, teacher of High
Point school, had her tonsils taken
out She taught every day but one,
A List of Vacation Do's and Don'ts for the
School Children of America
Py SAFETY INSTITUTE OF AMERICA.
Swim all you can this summer, but never on full stomach, or if
overheated or extremely tired.
Ijearn to paddle jour own raw, but never rtx-k the Unit to scare the
other fellow; this has caused the death of tliotitarid .f buv and pirls.
Fly kites, hut don't nee rriprr wire instead f twine; score of boy
have tieon electrocuted when their kite wire came in contact with electric
N wires; also don't climb telegraph
Ifike out into the country, but if yon go for more limn one day carry
first-aid kit with you; also learn to nttanize poison ivy. Itriiik lot
f water, but first niHke sure that it source ia clenn.
Don't use the street for play if there ia vacant lot, a dean alley
or a playground nearby; if you must use street for playgrounds pick
street that ha no street car track or heavy automobile traffic.
Don't be a jay-walkef ; in the city cros street at regular crossing,,
never in the middle of the block ; when walking on country road keep on
the left instead of the right-hand aide of the road, so that you can tec
approaching vehicle. ,
having an assistant that day.
Tanola, Sept. 12. Ed. Durbin and
two sons, Verl and Owen, of Inter
national Falls. Minn., ara guesta of
Mra. Mourning Durbin, near kere.
Mra. Durbin also entertained at din
ner Sunday the following: Mr. and
Mra. Herbert Rodger, of Covington,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kindred, Earl
and Clella. Mr. and Mra. Rollia Cos
entertained, Saturday, Mr. and Mra.
Jesse Revis, Mr. and Mra. B. Revii
and aona, Clyde and Carl, Mrs. Era
maline Harris, Mrs. Cammilla Gen
try and Dorothy Miie. Joe Cox and
daughter, Alma, of Forest Hill, were
week-end; guesta of relatives. Mr.
and Mrs. Lincoln Lamb and Opal and
Ted, of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Ukes, of Duluth, Mr. and Mra. Cur
tis Lakes and daughter, Viola, and
Wesley Pain were afternoon guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Wilgus Hunter The
Misses Vina and Sina Brown were
guest of Mn. C. M. Rawlings Sat
urday night and were dinner guests
of Rena May Powell Sunday. Gil
bert Renge has returned from New
I port Mr. and Mrs. Luther Powell
' and baby were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Lakes, Saturday night
and Sunday. Mrs. Eugenia Hunter
and Mrs. Myrtle Lakes were guest
of .Mr. and Mrs. G rover Hunter, of
Pu!uth. Monday. They were accom
panied home by Mra. Nan Hunter.
Mr. and Mra. George Gentry, former,
ly of the Red Lick section, and six
children, of Mt Pleasant, O., are
visiting relatives in this and Estill
counties. Wo'd comes to relativea of
Misa Myrtle Young, formerly of thia
county, but now of Wirt. Ind., of her
marriage to Willard Reed, a success
ful young farmer of the same town.
She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Douglas Young. Congratulations.
Wallaceton, Sept. 11. Rev. Willie
Rogers filled his regular appointment
at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Wallace and son visited Mr. and
Mrs. Nath Evans, Sa'urday night and
Sunday. Misa Evelyn Gyinn spent
Tuesday night with Miss Emma Wal
lace. The Masons and their families
from here report a splendid time at
the picnic at Boonesboro, Saturday.
It was a lovc-ly day, but owing to en
gine trouble of the boat they could
not go on to High Bridge. Mr. and
Mrs. Jas. Tudor are rejoicing over
the arrival of a ten-pound boy born
September 5th. Mr, and Mrs. Ches
ter Elkin visited Mrs. Will Henry, of
Red Lick, Saturday night and Sun
day. Mrs. Jan. Wallace and Emma
were the guests of Miss Clara Bowl
in, Friday. Misses Evelyn and Vola
Guinn are planning to enter school
at Berea, September 20th. The B. Y.
P. U. is progressing nicely. Each
one on the program had hia part and
that rhowed they had been studying.
T. J. Todd and family attend a fam
ily reunion at Berea, Sunday.
Bobtown, Sept. 11. There wa a
good crowd of people at Pilto Knob,
Sunday, Sept. fO. There were aix
people baptized at 9.30 A.M. The
church now haa a new responsibility.
These young people will need en
couragement and employment In tie
kingdom of God. They have enlis
ted in the army of God and there ia
no need of idle people in hia kingdom.
They can do something. God's great
est expectation ia willingness. We
hope the will do those things which
they know to be right We
are having a good deal of dif
ficulty in securing brick and ce
ment for the cistern at Bobtown
school, ' but most ah the people in
the community are intereated in tho
achool and havi contributed to date
$00.50 and we are af in sayinp
that we shall have as good a water
supply as any s.-hooi in the county.
Mr. Hudson Pcwell has completed
painting hia dwelling house. Mr.
and Mrs. Tinsley Evertole and Mr.
and Mra. John Lawaon and daugh
ters, Agnes and Rotella, spent
Thursday of last week with Mra. Joe
Lawaon, of Lexington.
To the good people of Kentucky:
My father was born in Richmond,
my mother was born in Lexington:
I want to locate some of our old Ken
tucky friends in Southern Ohio, the
grandest farming country in the
world. It has been truthfully said,
Tut a stone wall around the State
of Ohio and it would be the only
state in the Union that would be self
supporting." Fine, fertil, black soil,
moderately rolling, finely watered,
splendid roads, ideal climate, pikes to
all markets, splendid schools and
churches all that heart could desire.
I have some special values in fine
farms. Three or four) specially
priced, fnagnificent farms that must
be sold to settle estates. Anyone in
quest of a bargain in a fine farm
would do well to come to Loveland
and see me at once, or write for de
scription and describe what you want
I am here to serve you. Loveland is
situated on the B. and O. and Penn
sylvania R. R., 20 miles from Cin
cinnati. Clay B. Steele, Real Estate,
Loans and Investments, Loveland,
"Would you marry a man In order
to reform blinT"
"No," replied Miss Cayenne. "If I
-,rf o marry I'd wnnt to be the head
of a household aud not of a reform
"I see they're going to get after
the home brewera."
"Don't you believe It. That's just
bootlegger propaganda." New York
A Dark Outlook
He Be mine, darling. You are the
lamp that alone can light my exist
She Yea, dear, but papa doesn't
think you are a good mutch for me.
The Baking Powder that Gives
the Best Service in Your Kitchen
The Economy EBACMRKS PGDUUHDEIR
When a "Big and Cheap"
can of baking powder is
offered you LOOK OUT.
Every can of Calumet is
the same keeping Qual
ity Perfect last spoon
ful good as the first.
Tho World's Groatoot Dakinc Powdor
By F. A. WALKER
KIKMiSHII. the most sacred of
II moral hond. Is never appreci
ated at Its full worth until by some
unloosed for snap of Its golden moor
li.g It take frtglit snd flies away.
In the excitement of the moment
the losa may not lie keenly felt, but
aa the year ride by In their swift
chariots, lines tmurk the face and
strand of silver streak the hair,
there comes to the loser an Inex
pressible sense of loneliness which
shsrply reminds him or her of the
glorious sun that has set behind the
A friendship which multiplied joys
and divided sorrows Is gone forever.
As you repeat this word "gone" In
the night when you are alone, and
again In the morning and at Inter
vals through the day, It cornea iiion
you with a new and terrible meaning.
How gladly you would erase It, but
In spite of your oft boasted strength
of will, you find in your grief that
you cannot do It.
Pride scores aa dictator.
Like a beggar you sup on Its dry
crusts, and go to bed night after
night with an ache In your heart
and a sting In your conscience.
Yet you keep going crookedly
about the bywaya and highways of
life and continue year after year the
ragged practice of unbending your
neck or curving your lips with a
It no longer matters so much how
your behavior appears to the glar
ing eyes of the world, so you per
sist stubbornly to air your pride and
flout It In public place, dropping
dally a little lower from the higli
Ideals so sacred to you In the peace
ful, hallowed days of friendship.
In the background of every pic
ture depicting hnman unhapplnea
you will And sn ugly blur of color
quite at variance with the rules of
liHrmony, caused by a slip of the
tongue or a spurt of passionate anger
between two persona, communities or
If yon will study the blur Intently,
von will find that It Is the evil thing
that destroys peace and strews
hHttlctields with rivulets of Mood.
If you have a true friend, give
him or her the best of which pure
friendship Is capable of giving; or
If you have quarreled, breitk the
truce and heaven will bless you !
C). Iy MrClqr Vwp.p.r Syndicate
Bobbed Hair an Old Fad.
Hotihcd hair and eurpulTa were fusta
iomihle 'J..')Otl years ttgo, according to
the results of an investigation con
ducted by students of the University
of California, who recently produced
"The Vision of Marpessit," a Grecian
Several of the girls had demurred
at taking part becauxe they feared
their hohhed locks would not look suf
ficiently ancient. An Investigation was
sturted and the students and their
faculty advlaora found that the Greek
women -of centuries ago bobbed their
hair, used h quiffs and also resorted
to brilliantine and other beauty aids
T r . r I . .,'.
The roi o,i,.ii: t.i i . i ; r- i
all over the wm': l il , ...irlcs
L. Forties. d:ie. lnr of tl -t in nsi
bureau, to n at a iwe,t.in n ash
"Thee tinrrfln:itite prl e nat
urally make men think ft ni p-st sr
morality in the business world is more
rapacious than prewar morality was.
"It used to be Mint a man was con
tent to hold hi own. Today he In
lst on holding other people's."
Nature In Freakish Mood.
We are told that a sheep gave birth
to twin lambs In Ontario. Not that
this is odd. but one of the lambs was
big and healthy, while the other was
hadly mlsfonned. The poor mlsformed
animal lived only about ten minutes;
It had two full-grown bodies, one
bead and eight legs, two front ones,
four hind ones and two growing oat
ef Ita hack Exchange.
(Coatlaase frsat tiff Two)
and work. To obviate the bad" effect
of having many Germans working In
France, tie Lutiersac explains, It waa
arranged that the greater part of the
labor will be utilized In Germany. The
German manufacturer of the goods
delivered are to have 8 per cent profit
The Socialist press In Germany attacks
the whole plan as purely a selfish con
tract at the expense of the German
government and labor, and It esti
mates Stlnnes' profits at 43.000.000,000
Dr. Hermee. German finance minis
ter. Is negotiating with Belgium con
cerning guarantee for six-month treas
ury certificates which Germany Is to
give Belgium In lieu of cash. Ills
difficulty is threefold, for he must
satisfy not only the Belgians, but
also the German cabinet and German
financial and Industrial leaders. It
seems likely he will huve to seek for
the guarantees from foreign financiers.
SKCItKTARY OF STATE HUGHES
and his party arrived at Rio de
Janeiro, were given an enthusiastic
reception and housed In a palace, and
on Thursday the celebration of the
one hundredth anniversary of Brazilian
indeieiidence waa Inaugurated with
Impressive ceremonies and patriotic
festivities. The centennial exposition
Is still far from complete but will be
opened soon. It Is Interesting to note
that at the presidential reception
Secretary Hughes took second place
to Mgr. Cheruhiul, ambassador from
the Vatican, because ( Brazil Is a
Catholic country. Two Immense Vati
can guards in red u id forms and gold
helmets accompanied the representa
tive of the Pol.
Although the avintors who started
from New York for Brazil In the sea
plane Snmpalo Correla came to grief
a few days after the start and their
plane was wrecked, they are proceed
ing on their way In another machine,
and are now In Caribbean waters.
ONE eminent American died last
week Rt. Rev. Samuel Fallows
of Chicago, head of ttie Reformed
Episcopal cburc-h. He was a veteran
of the Civil .war, from which be
emerged a brevet brigadier general
and thereafter he devoted his life te
religious, educational and patriots
work of the highest order.
The moderate cost of
Calumet combined with
the highest merit estab
lishes the greatest of
save when you buy it
save when you use it.