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November 16, 1022
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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hi fall by tW writer. Tha nam
af rani faith. Writ plainly .
guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Rader,
Saturday and Sunday. Aunt Sarah
vicinity, altho Jack Frost mad us Baker School District
few visits a rhort time ago, Bora It still continues dry in thia section,
to Mr. and Mm. Raymond LlnvlU, A rood rain would ba a great fcelp
a line baby girl, christet.ed Ruby. tork water is low. Wm. Lake it
Cloatua Viara has gone to Dayton, with Ma wife and baby thla week.
0., where he will work. Gladys Mr. Lake has been in- Somerset, Ky.,
Viars and Efflo Bell Chasteen mada alnca last January. Mrs. Jas. Jenn
a business trip to Berea Saturday. inga vlnited her brother John Wand
R. L. Anglln's little girl has dlph B'" VanWinkle at Richmond last
theria but is improving: some. Mrs. week. Born to Mr. ar.d Mrs. Jaka
Wm. Rich and daughter, Mrs. P. B. Lake, an eight pound girl. They call
NupIpv of Hatard are vlsitlne? In her Lottie Lorene. Green Hill from
McKee. Nov. 11. The Ring's Rader is visiting at Gray Hawk thia v.i.tn,A -ik r an.. r Underwood. Ind.. Is visiting B. H.
v Daughters Society met at the horn week. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lewis perpa attended Sunday-school at Gabbard. Children and grandchil
of Mrs. Lsfinhart Saturday after Campbell, a fine baby girl. The fox scaffold Cane Sunday and gave a dren of C. F. Jenr.ings gathered at
noon. F.ach member donated canned hunters caught a large grey fox In v intpre.: . talk. The Die sup nil home Sunday, November 12th,
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(By IlKV. P. B. rtTZWATKR. D. .D.,
Ta hr of Knsllah Hilile tn Ilia Moody
Hlnla Inatltuta of ChlrasoJ
Copyright, 121. Weetern Newapaper I'nloa
1 txr which was riven at
.wpnera nas accepted a position as Crove .chooihouBe.
goods, which will be sent to the; this vicinity Saturday night A. J.
"Home of Incurables." Our Sunday
school reached its highest point In
Walnut it being his 65th birthday. A nice
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LESSON FOR NOVEMBER 19
JESUS THE FRIEND OF SINNERS
I.RMtON TF.XT-I.uk-. 7:17-rt.
UOI.DKN TEXT Thia Is a faithful
big, and worthy of all scrtputlon, that
salesman With Stratton Terstegge C0..iui on. .mounting to 19 95. The There are no new eases of whoop- Christ inum cam into tha world to save
r. i . .i t .in v.. - r 4 ' " . i v - . j -n j ainnern 1 l im. 1.10.
Blieniiancw nunuay mr ino year inua v'"- "'" proceeds Will go for the Benefit 0i "". aw iirBriii aviu mil miiuicn
far, a total of one hundred and ten Lewis Campbell will soon have their jthe ichool. Several around here at who D re well. George Settle
being present. Three new members new houses completed, which will add i tn(ed school fairs at Berea and Mt. ' Bea, who was speedir.g his car
united themselves with the church
duritg the past week, two of whom
were Sunday-school girls. This ex
cellent autumn weather haa called
the hunters and fishers to their
sport Dr. Hornaby returned from
his camp with a fine lot of aalmon,
the largest weighing ten pounds.
Harry Collier of Frat.kfort waa horns
for a few days with his parents last
week. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Reynolds
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
F. Minter, Saturday night.
to the looks of this neighborhood. I Vernon. Jim r.atM has nttirrad weeks ago and killed a 200
Charley Robertson spent Saturday home .K,in e h bw!n Jn H,mU- pound hog of W. N. VanWinkle'a,
night with Ernest Clark. Mr. D. B.tor( 0 for awhile. Ruby Stephens ' w" nt hU fault In the least.
Rader and daughter, Rose, and Mrs. na, been on the B ligt fof We wonder whose it was, as he was
G. W. Davidson and sons, Estill and iast two weeKi g able to go to th- driver and the only one In the
Junior, were visitors in Annville S10 I school again. Mrs. 0. M. Payne of car an r- toc,t '"w ,n th,i Prt
day. Will Shepherd fell from and . nimiUnU is visltln her daughter. Garrard county.
apple tree several days ago and broke
three of his ribs.
Carfro, Nov. 12. We are having
beautiful Indian summer weather at
present. Bro. Johr: Rose fulfilled his
regular apnointmer.t at Flat Top
lt Sunday and attended to the
baptism of two converts. Sam Rob
erts sold a sow and eight shoata for
50 last week The forest fire haa
been raging in these parte and burn-
in t? fei.ee. Mr. and Mrs. Orbln
Smith and daughter, Hasel and Miss
F.thel Roberts are visiting Henry
Evana of Moore Creek at present.
We are very sorry to hear of the
death of A. C. Carpenter of Livings
ton and do sympathise with the be
reaved onea. Isaac Ilimea is visitir.g
W. II. Roberta of Brookville, Ind., at
nmrrt There waa Dreachine at the
Old Bend schoolhouoe today. Born ; her
to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Johnson, a
fine girl recently, called Nerve.
T. J. Faubua is planning on taking
his wife to Dr. Gibson of Richmond
tiext Wednesday for treatment, as
he ia getting worse all the time.
Gilbert Hibbard of Berea was In
these parts last week.
Drip Rock, Nov. 13. Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Alcorr.- attended church at the
Burnt achoolhouse Saturday and
Sunday and stayed over night with
Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Eversole of that
place. The meeting waa conducted
by Rev. W. H. Anderson ar.d Rev.
Estes. Rev. Anderson held a week's
meeting at that place and had ten
additiona to the church. Mr. and
Mrs. Roy B. Williama and Mrs. Af
fie Richardson and childrer; were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Isaacs,
Sunday. Minsen Ethel and Olla
Lainhart made a business trip to
Richmond, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs.
Hud Isaacs and children visited Mr.
ard Mrs. Sar.t Webb Saturday an
Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Isaacs
have moved to Clara Isaacs' farm.
Cash Carpenter of Red Lick visited
Naith Isaacs Saturday night. Henrv
Marcum of Birch Lick haa been thru
buying furs. The holiness
Mrs. Morris Phillip, of Harlan, Kf.
Bob Bowman had an accident aj MADISON COUNTY
few days ago. He fell out of a crib ' Clay Lick
window and cut his face very bad Clay Lick, Nov. 13. The weather
r.nd waa taken to the Robinsor; doc- still continues very dry. Mrs. Har
tor, where they took five stitches In vey Huff, who haa been aick for some
his eyelid, but is able to get out to time, Is able to be up. Ted Taylor,
work. Little Jones, who has been who haa been in Villa Grove, III., for meaDS she hsd heard of Jesus' pardon
staying In Berea, ia visiting friends the .fast eight months, has returned tag grace, and Mod bad opened her
and relatlvee in Scaffold Car. now. home. Emmet Huff and family of heart to receive Him aa her Saviour.
-James Croucher died Friday, No- Lancaster, Ky., who have beet: viait Out of a heart of ratltude alie kissed
vember 10, and was buried at Scaf- ing his brother, Harvey Huff, thia
fold Cane Saturday. Bradley Rid- week, have returned home. Harvey
KKFERENCU MATERIAL-Luke HI-
PRIMARY TOPlC-Jesue Loves Every
body. . m
JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus ths Friend ef
INTERMEDIATE. AND SENIOR TOPIC
Tha Sympathy of Je-.ua.
YOUNO PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC
Jeeua Helps tha Sinful and Sorrowful.
I. A Penitent Woman'a Act ef Leve
(W. 37. 48).
1. riace of (v. 37). It was In the
hnm nf Rlmon the I'hsrinee while
Jesus wss slttlnc at meat. The feast
must hsve been public, else she
could not have so readily gained ac
cess. 2. The Act of (v. 38). She wsshed
Jeaua1 feet with her tears and wiped
them with her hair. Througn some
His feet and anointed them with pre
a mrk V. U I r 471 Xtm nam
die and Charley McCollom are Honwby, who has been low with BO, noticed. Sut wss of a
crushing rock near Scaffold Cane pneumonia, la slowly recovering. notoriously, bal character. Though
church. Good luck to The Cititen. i Mrs. Laura Holliway left Sunday i m?'m'?'m
for Lexington to aee her sister who Oswald's 12th birthday. Everyone
ia very low. Granville Isaacs has remrta a good time. Mrs. Brown
rer.ted Oscar Gabbard'a farm and. visited her sister,
will move to it the first of the year. Hutchins, Monday.
Mrs. M. G.
Herd, Nov. 10. The election went
off very quietly at this place. Mr.
and Mrs, Chester Cook of Hamilton,
O., are visiting relatives at thia place
for a few days. Mrs. Lucy Ward and
daughter, Bvuna, of London, spent
the greater part of this week with
Mrs. George Amyx. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Simp-on spent last Saturday
and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Bales of Chadwell. Mr. and Mrs.
George Simpson of Mummie spent
Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr. and ,
meeting waa almost a failure at Tom
Cox's Sunday. No preachers were
there to preach. Mrs. Sarah Chanie
of Irvine is visiting Mrs. Etta Lakes.
D. C. Alcorn, Sr., sprained hie
ankle very badly Thursday. Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Baker visited Mr. and Mrs.
Mack McKir.ney Sunday. Mrs. Etta
Lakes and Mrs. Saah Chanie spet.t
Saturday nightwith Mr. and Mrs.
William Russell. Bud Isaacs pur
chased a wagon load of apples from
uncle John Tipton. Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Richardson spent from Thura
day till Saturday of last week with
Mr. at.d Mrs. John Sparks.
Cooksburg, Nov. 13. We are hav
it.g a nice fall and people are all
about done gathering corn. Several
Nolar.d. Nov. 13. We are having Mrs. Stanley Fowler and Ted Tay.
some nice fall weather Most every- lor spent Thursday with Mrs. Mike Panola
body Is done gathering corn. Fred Jennings of Wallaceton. Mrs. Claud, Panoia ov. i4.Mrs. Evan Rich
Winkler and Miss Sada Webb were WIBIama and children 'and Cleo Rob- dgon d'ied on November 4 and wtd
married Thursday, November 9, at waon aper.t Thursday of last week interred in Red Hill cemetery. Fune-
Irvine. Ky. Amoe Richardson and W,U1 i-wriey wilhams. Mrs. ' ,
eAwirm VPr held In thA BatDtist MAna n SUaH Va tmiiert
Mrs. Mar.da Angeram were united In G-J Hamilton is quite iU with flu. churcn by Rev. J. T. Turpin of Irvine, come to our Cred:tor. God Almighty,
marriage at Irvine, Ky., November Miss Virgie Pingleton entertained ghe Jg survived by her husband ar.il and acknowledge our Insolvency and
2. Mrs. Ellar Richardson and ClaT number of her friends at her home .u,.- .. p.. t w . Leslie, and accept the kindness of Jesus Christ
who oure uur aiiis iu ma vwu uvuj vu
known to the public ss a tiad womsn,
something hsd happened which trans
formed her. She wss now a aaved
sinner, because ahe believed on Jesns
II. Tha rharisee'e Dispiessure (v.
Hlmon felt scsndsllsed by such a
happening at his table. He wss a re
spectable man. For Jesus to tolerate
such fsmlllarlty on the part of a
wrtman of such evil repute grestly
perplexed him. He reasoned thst If
Jesun were a prophet He would have
known the character of thla woman
and would have either withdrawn
Ills feet from her or thrust her bsck
with them, or If He knew her charac
ter His tolerance of such familiarity
proved that He was not a good man.
Minion's righteousness wss of that
sort which gathers up Ita aklrta and
gives the sinner a backward posh Into
III. Jesus Teaches the Pharisee (w.
He taught him by mesne ef a par
able of a creditor and twe debtors.
Observe thst Jesus made It vary clear
that He not only knew the woman,
but knew 8lraon also.
1. The Common Debt (v. 41). The
woman was a sinner, so wss 8Unon,
though he wss not the same kind ef a
sinner that she waa There were two
debtors, though the one owed) ten
tlmea as much as the ether. This is
representative of all sinners still. The
Bible declares all to be sinners, yet
recognises degrees of guilt PnU cred
it ought te be given to the men who
Is honest, virtuous, generous and
kind. Yet such a life will sot secure
entrance Into heaven. The Savior's
words are a severe rebuke to the re
spectable Pharisees who are sitting
In Judgment against the sinners ef a
Z The Common Insolvency (v. 42).
"And when they had nothing to pay"
Jeaua freely granted the difference In
the degree of the woman'a sins sad
those of the Pharisee, but drove borne
to him the fact that they were both
debtors and had nothing with which
to pay (Horn. 3:23). Therefore all
have need of a Saviour. As sinners
we mar Quit .our sinning and hate our
deeds, but that does not maker satis
faction for the sins of the past What
we have done la Irrevocable It haa
passed from our reach. Every trans
gression shall tecelve a lust recom-
ton Winkler snd W. L. Ley were the Sunday, night Mrs. E. D. Truett
guests of Mr. snd Mrs. Amos Rich- Pnt Sunday afternoon with - Mrs.
ardson last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H- H- Fowler.
Robert Christopher of Irvine were I
the guests of Ans Wir.kler last Sun- Wallaceton
day Alford Winkler waa called to1 Wallaceton, Nov. 13. Mr. and
Lexington last Wednesday to be ex- Mrs. R. M. Baker of Berea, Mr. and
amined. Mr. ar.d Mra. Ana Winkler Mrs. Bailey Gentry, Mr. and Mrs.
George. Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Hughes and little son, Elmo, were
guests of relatives here recently.
Uncle Amos Richardson, aged 81,
was married to Mrs. Amanda Ir
were in Irvine Saturday.
Metris Calico and hany. E. E. Wal
lace and Willie Denny were the
guests of Mrs. Jas. Wallace, Sur.day.
Mr. and Mrs. Nath Evans and fam
ily were visitors at Blue Lick, Sat-
the tree (I Pet. 2:24). We are all
paupers, snd Instead of Judging each
other as to relative guilt we should
come to God and sue for pardon.
3. The Relation of Forgiveness and
Love (vv. 44-48. Simon's reluctant
answer to Jesus' question shows thst
he got the point of Jesus' teaching.
Tn ahIa. a m.b. Tlla MIMll
no u i r. ... fVrt,, He turned to me woman,-call-
aged 61, last Thursday. S. S.
Kelley and wife and son and Mrs.
Joe Tilton of Lexington were week-
Kindred. Mr. snd Mrs. Jeff Gentry.
Marie Gentry, Cecil Revis, and Alice
Revia were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Joe M. Powell, Sunday. The
Harmony, wov. J. Old Mra. Ma- unlay rfght and Sunday. Miss 011ieiRev. Durbir.' of Irvine preached at
gimris died last week and was buried Ball left Sunday for a few weeks' j Knob Lick Saturday night, Sunday
at Crab Orchard, and while they visit with relatives in Cincinnati. and Sunday night Roy Hill of Bo
were burying her Lewie Bell, age Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wallace ar.d sonlK. Collece was the week-end guest
. 1 C. .-.)-.. 1 .11
M- R..Wt Hmnann. M as lev J a.i
Farmer snent last Sunday with Miss J 'ngwg they ever heard.C. I.
Ruby Davidson of Maulden.-Mn. I Thomas is getting along nicely with
Bell Farmer, who has been sick, is hi rew house-Mr. and Mrs. P. P.
some better.-J. A. Farmer and son.! Sngletun of Robin Wood, Mrs. Ellen
Arvel, of Annville, spent last Satur
day and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J.
F. Farnu-r. Mr. and Mra. Ralph
Farmer of Lexington spent last week
with Mrs. Atmanda Farmer. Mrs.
George Amyx is very sick at thia
writing Misses Icy Farmer and
Ruby Davidson attended singing at
Tyner last Sunday. Misses Earsie
and Li i tie Farmer have gont U
Beattyville for awhile. Miss Lula
York spent last Sunday with Missel
Mairirie and Alta Wyrick. Mr. and
Robinson of Orlardo were visitors at
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Thomas' Sunday.
Miss Ethel and brother, Conard
Thomas, wera visiting friends at Or
lando Saturday. D. M. Singleton
snent Saturday nieht with Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McGuire of Buck Lick.
Elix Allen bought a wagon load
of apples from John Griffin at 0
tents per bushel. S. S. Grifflr.' is
working on his ba-n and building
rew wagons this fall. Our school is
getting along nicely with good at-
about 65, and by occupation a black-1 visited Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Kidd,
smith, dropped dead on the street Sunday. Miss Lillian Bowlin of near
another reminder to be ready aa the Hiattavllle is visiting her cousin, Mrs
scripture haa said, "Be ye also ready, John Guirn, this week. The Rev.
Willie Rogers filled his regular ap
pointment at the Baptist church Sat
urday and Sunday. Mrs. Willie Kin
dred is unable to teach school this
week. Misses Nora and Eva Mc-
ttendod church at Corinth to' a day aa ye think not
say they heard the,tn So" ' Man Cometh." Trade is
s little dull here now, especially In
livestock. Corn is selling at from
$3 to 3.50 per barrel. L, W. Smith
has bought Hamp McQurry'a knob
place, consideration $750.00, and Mr.
Smith has moved to it. The election
here passed off quietly by most
of Miss Geneva Dalton. Mr. and
Mrs. C. M. Rawlings were dinrer
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilgus Hun
ter, Monday. Born to Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Johnson (nee Ethleen Cain) a
beautiful little daughter, Okla
m mr T 111 .- YiTil
lYuyie. mrs. uuian neui waa iu
Berea Monday. J. B. Wilson has
Ing Simon's attention to what aha had
done in contrast to what he bad done.
Simon had neglected to extend to
Jesua the common courtesies of a re
spectable guest, but this forgiven
woman bad lavished upon Him her
affection and gifts. The measure of
one's love Is determined by the meas
ure of the apprehension of sins for
given. The one who Is forgiven most
will love most.
been appointed postmaster here and
Daniela were the guests of Emma assumed the duties of the office Mon
and Lee Odell, Saturday night The! day. Mrs. Wayne Fain of Berea was
Community Club met at the school; here Monday turning over the post
Virtue and Vice.
If he does really think that there
Is no distinction between virtue and
vice, when he leaves our bouses let
us count our spoons. Johnson.
house last Tuesday night Mr.
everybody staying at home. Hub tor; I Spence and Mr. Carrithera of Berei
Wilson has rented the widow Bal
la-d'a place and will move there to
day. N. M. Brewer and T. J. Stig
all are attending court at Stanford
this week. A protracted meeting
has just closed at Good Hope with
nine for baptism.
were with us. What everyor.e is In
terested in now is a Graded or Junior
High School. Come on, let us all
work together. Mrs. H. O. Lamb en
tertained for dinner Sunday Dr. Best
and family and Miss Parker from
Berea. This dinner was to celebrate
Women and Man.
A hundred men may make an en
campment, but If tukes s woman to
make a huiue. Chinese Proverb.
Blessed Are They.
lUi'ssed are they which do hunger
nd thirst sfter righteousness, for
office to her successor. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Kii.dred were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Cates, Sunday.
Aunt Miriafn Cox has been quite they sluill he filled. Matthew 0:5,
ill. Thomas Kindred and Rollie Cox
were court day visitors at Irvine
Monday. Turkey buyers sre around
offering 35 cents. A few have sold
A Heavy Burden.
Ethel Stella carries her age well,
Clara -Yes. It'a a wonder she
doesn't t-rnw tired of the burden.
Mrs. Ben H. Farmer have moved back tendance. C. I Thomas has put his
to Herd. Mr. snd Mrs. J. F. Moore telephone back in, so come on girls
spent' last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. 'f you want to say howdy. It seems
George Wyrick. Mrs. Myrtle Welch as if opposson huntine is all the go
made a flying trip to Gray nawk
last Saturday. II. C. Ward madj a
business trip to Richmond last week.
E. B. Flanery and son captured a
stilt the other night and also got two
these days. Miss Elsie Allen i
home for a few daya from Berea,
where she has beer: going to school.
Good luck to The Citizen and its
Welchburg, Nov. 6. Grant Hol
romb and family visited Farmer
Couch and family Sunday. C. B.
Clark and family were the guests of
Mr. and M-s. Will Moore, Sunday. chant, is In Richmond this week. Mr.
Chris nail and wife of thia place Ward has his new barn completed.
will soon leave for Illinois, where iJamea Sexton, who ia Buffering from
they expect to make their future hemorrhage of the throat aeems to
home. Little Dora Pearl Davidson be slowly improving. W. S. Jones of
Threelinks, Nov. 9. The farmers
of this place seem to be busy gather
ing corn as the weather is continuing
nice. J. T. Dooley haa his new dwell
ing house almost completed. Lee
Ward of this place, the leading mer-
haa been very sick with scarlet fever.
Mrs. A. J. Shepherd and Mrs W.
B. Hamilton and little aons, James
Carl, Jr., and Wilton, were visiting
Mrs. Tom Myers, Sunday afternoon.
Big Hill is planning on coming to
Threelinks, where he expects to sell
goods. Bob Tankerrley haa his mill
repaired. He ia expecting to grind
soon. Kirl Allen of thia place Is
Our hustling salesman, W. B. nam-' building a new dwelling on Crooked
ilton, who has been swsy for the Creek. John Kelley left for Frsnk
past two weeks, visited home folks lin, O., Wednesday to work thla win
fro m Saturday until Monday. A. J. . ter Misa Bertha and Candia Tanker
Shephe-d visited his father, W. R.
Shepherd at Bradshaw, Sunday Mr.
and Mrs. Harvey Moore and uncle
John Campbell spent the day with
Bud Wilson, Sunday. William and
Ellen Hellard of Gray Hawk were the
sley spent Saturday night with Mrs,
Rockford, Nov. 13. We are
having nice warm weather In
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