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THE CITIZEN
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CORRESPONDENCE
I CORRESPONDENCEN J
FREE SCHOOL BEGINS JULY 6
Every parent and every teacher
should remember the resolution of the
County superintendents that our rroo
schools should open uniformly the
first Monday after the Fourth of July
except when the Teachers Institute
begins at tbat time More childrei
can attend in July than at the end or
the term when the schools begin late
Lot everybody get ready and hay I
the schools start promptly
Important to subscribers
Sec page 5 column 3 iI
There will be an exhibition print
ing at the printing ollire Borea on
Commencement day from 8 a in uu
til 12 oclock noon You will be a
welcome visitor
JACKSON COUNTY
Teachers examination held at Me
KCH Friday and Saturday resulted
follows Three first class certificates
sixteen second four third and five
failures Teachers Institute will b6
held at McKee July 0 10 The super
intendent expects the teachers to be
gin their schools the following Mon
clayTho farmers of this county an
in uu easy position just now as the
can do no more planting until it rains
Cascins Aleoru of Alcorn Ky had
his barn burned Loss about 5200
Incendiary unkuownTie hauling
and stave making are the leading
pursuits in the noithern end of the
county at this timelhe rattle ol
the sewing machine can lie heanl in
almost every household Fixing for
the three big days at Berea ALLEN
POWELL
KERRY KNOB
Rev J G Parsons preached al
Kerby Knob Church last Saturday al
l I a m also on Sunday at 3 p m
Rev Oriffy filled his regular appoint
ments at Oak Grove Church on the
same days at 730 p in Saturday
and 11 a ni Sunday Both houses
were packed to their utmost seating
capacity and some had to stay on the
I outside The people were rewarded
by good sermons In the future the
Oak Grove meetings will be held at
11 a m each second Saturday and
Sunday of the month while the Ker
by Knob Church will continue to hold
its meetings at 11 a m each fourth
Saturday and SundayOur county
superintendent Allen Powell was at
Kerby Knob for the afternoon ser
vices Other visitors were Jason Hud
I son and Mary Parks of Parks neigh
Iwrhood Mrs C A Smith came to
the Parks schoolhouse to reorganize
the Sundayschool at that place go
ing back as we understand Sunday
IIartemoonMiss68 Douglas Welch
and Miller with Everett Kirk all of
Berea visited the Rises last Saturday
after having visited at D M Clicks
MADISON COUNTY
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WALLACETON
Mr James Baker of Big Hill was
hero on business Monday and was the
l guest of Mr Ebb Brockuiau Monday
nightMiss Mary Botkiu was the
i guest of Miss Mary Gabbard Satur
day and Sunday Rev James Luns
ford filled his regular appointment at
I Pleasant Grove Sunday morning and
J night Miss Bettie Elkin is visiting
relatives in the Glides this week
Mr Walker Baker and family visited
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i Mr H C Wylie and family Sunday
Wo are needing rain very much at
I this writingThe people in this lo
cality are very busy preparing to at
tend the Berea College Commence
r meutRe James Lunsford will
I preach ttt Pleasant Grove next Sun
day night May HI
VALLEY VIEW
Marion Saudliu and wife paid a
visit to friends in Bear Wallow last
week Mrs Perkins wifeof Joe Per
I kins died last week Besides her hus
l
I I band several married children mourn
her lossHarry Reynolds is on the
sick list this weekMrs N A Pur
key is able to be out againG W
I t Lyons is visiting his mother and lath
t t er this week and taking a much need
1ed rest Colby Dunn who went to
Richmond recently to have a surgical
I operation performed and was thought
to be improving nicely attempted
suicide by cutting his throat with a
razor There is scarcely any hope of
his recovery In a quarrel last Sat
Sat
I ored man the colored man was cut
t on the head by a cog wheel though
not seriously
t1 ROCKCASTLE COUNTY
v 11 M ROCKFORD
Mrs Nora McGuire and children
U of Crooked Creek are visiting her
parents Mr and Mrs J J Martin
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SERMON TO GRADUATES minded of the meaning and value ol
Christian education
from WorChrisl u
Rev F J Van Horn comes
cuter Mass The Rev F Jnll Horn who
The Sermon to Graduates next preaches thu termon to graduates this
Sunday morning in the Tabernacle is year was a pupil of President Frosts
one of the crowning events in Bureu at Oburlin nud has held important
All tho churches unite in this public pastorates in Massachusetts and Iowa
occasion The graduating classes sit us well us in Cincinnati lie is still a
together The best of music is fur young man but one of the most dis
nished All the students us well us tinguished preachers oflour time and
the great concourse of parents and a preacher whom everybody can un
friends en j > y the occasion and are ro i derstand and appreciate
this weekDlrs Tilda Linville and
alive Ella Gadd were in Berea Fri
daySquire J DL Reynolds and J
W Lambert and wife visited your
correspondent Sunday Mr J J
Hamilton was tho guest of Mr J J
Martin Sunday Mr S D Witt hM
been very ill for the past few days
Mrs Jennie Harris and daughter
Ethel are visiting her parent Mr
and Mrs W A Hammond Missei
May Todd Ella Gadd and Myrtli
Linville were the guests of Miss Bessie
Linville Saturday nigLtA new gir
at G V Owens No 14J L
Martin went to Berea Monday Mr
W H Stevens and wife visited tlu
latters parents Mr and Mrs A1
Abuey SundayBOONE
BOONE
H W Cornelius and Cynthia Louii
were married Saturday evening May
23 Rev J W Lambert otbciutiug
Rev J W Lambert filled his appoint
ment at East Scaffold Cane Saturday
and Sunday Mrs Mary Wren ol
this place visited relatives at East
Scaffold Cane SundayG L Wren
was taken with a pniu in his hip Mon
day morning and had to stop workn
Mr and Mrs J W Lambert of this
place visited relatives on Davis
Branch and Clear Creek Saturday and
Sun ayMr and Mrs Shelby Win
kler of Berea visited Joseph Wren
and family SundayMrs Daisy
Lambert visited her parents Mr and
Mrs J B Coyle last week
MASON COUNTY
MAYSVILLE
Annabel Combs formerly of this
city but now living in Cleveaed
Ohio visited our city during the past
weekMrs Martha Slrawder and
MM Capitols Pearl of Cincinnati
visited Mrs Hattie Combs Sunday
William Brown au ttxgrudiiate of the
Fifth street school visited the school
last week He has been living it
DaytouOhio TheM E church hold
its quarterly conference Sunday
Quite a large crowd was in attend
ance Alice Simons spent Saturday
and Sunday in Augusta Those whc
listened to the sermon preached by
Rev Butler Sunday afternoon at the
Plymouth church enjoyed au inter
bating and practical lesson
GARRARD COUNTY
CARTERSVILLE
And yet there is no rain Mr Growl
er Henderson Green is planting
corn with grubbing hoeJ Nupiei
is making quite an extended visit to
the mountains W P Wells am
daughter Dr Redwine and wire and
J B Gray and daughter made Mr
and Mrs Henry Screech cf High
Bridge several days visit They en
joyed themselves in fibhlogW D
Hommack spent a day or two vtth
homefolks last week He is still im
proving slowly Mrs Mary Ham
mack is very poorly again Lylha
Hammack is very side with malaria
Mrs Tom Green has the finest sweet
potato slips we have seen at IGc per
100Eight or ten wagons hauling
tan bark go every day to Paint Lick
Mrs F H Koehler sold her farm
to Joe Boian of Wallaceton for S3
000 possession to be given Jan 1
Old Uncle Nat Wilmot started to Jack
Hammacks Saturday and got lost
John Green found him and delivered
him safely about dark
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LOCAL AND PERSONAL i
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Miss Ethel Putnam is homo from
Williamahiirg for a rest from hei
work
i workMrs Dr Cornelius lips been very
i sick tilt past week but is now im
proving
provingMrs
Mrs W Hanson and son William
of Winchester are gutwtH of S 0
Hanson and family
Mr Isaacs and iloll Bunts of Ham
ilton PIUU the KiiesUof Mrs Sophia
Morgan and son Frank
Word comes that Will D Embrwj
is to ho in Canada this summer IIH he
was last on a mining expedition for
Thomas Edison
Mrs Charles Lewis has returned
from her work in Casey county where
she has served as one of the county
school teniher examiners
Daddy Todd of Rockford has two I
pear trees in his yard that are in
bloom the second time One already
full of young pears
Roy C White of Richmond who ia
Democratic nominee for Ciicuit Clerk
was here this week looking after his
interests in the coming election
The postollice at Berea will be open
Saturday May M 19C8 from 7 a m
to 9 a m from 12 to 2 p in and from
r to 1iO p m S G HANSOX
Professor and Mrs Rogers will be
at the Presidents house on Saturday I
and glad to receive calls from former
pupils and neighbors and old friends
M J Gabbard for 13 years A real
dent of Uurea is hero for H two weeks
visit from Indianapolis Ind where
he has made his home for the last two
years A few hungry cows are still watch
ing the gates for a chance to steal in
mill the marshal has had to take up
several nwino the last week Buy
some nails neighbor and take care of
your stock
Wm G Best stood third in n con
test for a prize of 5100 to apply on the
Junior year at the Ohio College of
Dental Surgery at Cincinnati reedy
ing honorable mention for bast gen
eral examinations in Freshman class
Please notu the change in the Iou
iavihlel Nashville time table Train
No G going north now leaves Berea
ut 12H5 pm instead of 1IWI a m
as heretofore Train No I going south
leaves Beres at 111 p in instead of
1 22 p m
mCOLLEGE
COLLEGE ITEMS
Au unusual number of distinguish
ed visitors will be here at Commence
ment this year
Miss Eva Paddock a former stu
dent at Berea is teaching at South
Superior Wisconsin in a remarkably
good position
The various literary societies held
their annual feasts last Friday night
These were followed by the regular
annual ghostdance on the lawn in
front of Ladies Hall
Orlin H Venner class of 02 is the
most popular teacher on the faculty
of the Ohio Valley Normal School at
Corydon mid Seoy Gamble recent
ly had a very pleasant visit with him
there
Jl c > JB
Savers
Wanted
iWanted
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Whenever we succeed in persaudiug an
individual to become a saver of allI
we consider that we have conferred a
benefit upon him and upon the commun
ity We want more savors
Wo allow interest on time deposits
tXh
I Berea Banking Co Berea Ky 1
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The Elegant Sideboard I
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BICKNELL EARLYS
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l J Will Im given away Commencement Day to tiltt j
i pert + 0u holding the winning ticket Hting your Kff
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+ p i ticket with you
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t1The winning number will n j
be announced in The Citizen f
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on Commencement day f >
LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE WE ARK BUTTlR PRBPAKGI
RAILROAD
THAN EVER TO
Time Table In ERect May 24 103
L Repair or Paint
Ullinc North Tralll 4 tall
eArnvtlltnll Leave Itetsat II III T r f 1
Arrive Cincinnati 70 a m
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
luliic North Train 0 Dull
Leave liereat2 M p m
Arrive Richmond I s kl p tuA M
A FULL LINt OF
OFArnvelanll
Arrive Cincinnati Ii 00 p in D a r
Oolur South Tmlii lllnllr 1111 Buggies > SufH S
Leave Berea I 11 p ui
Arrive LivlI1gHton20i pm ROAD WAGONS AND
ER CARTS
FRAZIER
luliie Koiilli Train A l > llr
Leave Berea 11 30 iha IIII
Arrive Livingston1230 a ui
Trains No1 and No fi make conKentucky Carriage
nection at Livingston for Jnllico and ll I
tho South with oU and No 27 allliW Or KS
J W Stephens Ticket Agent 1C F HflQINS Prop
JrJ Bi < aimamati
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Well selected
ttllIWluctUlIIItock
tock of
Groceries Dry Goods and Notions
Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers
Prices right Agent for Navcn Laundry
THINGS WHICH YOU OFTEN BUY
Cuff and Collar buttons Pocket looks allll1llltll hnixhe ami
Letter paper rmshuvelopes amiPant
1nelopIHlit
Pooket knives allllTOllut soups and ellIInlWt I Goods
HI 10 rKPtfrU III ell
Drugs and Patent Fruits and Cundiei Break fast Food
Medicines Icu Jriam Soda G roceries
The best place to buy them is the
EAST END DRUG CO
WAIT FOR THE WAGON
And if it is a
STUDEBAKER
We can all ride This is the highest priced road wagon built yet with all
its excellent qualities and high grade finish we sell them as low as others
offer the common It ia on such goods an the STUDEBAKER Wagon
OLIVER Plows OBELISK Flour and BANNER Paint we get our big
business Respectfully
SeE WELCH JR
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Regal Shoes
Watch and lock repairing are the
HpceistllifB of Yillinmi nliop
Agency for
forM
M ft N Laundry
Take all your troubles to him
Work giiiituuttxd
guamutweREASONS
4 REASONS Why 4
Mrs A T Fish
can IHlit please you in
MILLINERY AND NOTIONS
1 Largest Stock
2 Lowtuil Irks
3 Longest KxiMritiixp
I BIb Style Htrmiiiully
MtlncUnl in the betitinaiknl
New York City
Con MAIN AND CKXTKH SnUKRKt
Without Harness
Tho Ixwt hors in tin world is of lit
tie luau
UNOWith
With well tnnde jwrfeot Fitting
harness on hit IHSMIIIUI buth uioful
toad ornamental
UflllIUluntRIIIt11I
If ntylo it dcniml our
SIO BUGGY HARNESS
will fill the bill to n dot It iPi light
handftoniri and very durable
H strength iH thu tunic coimidura
bout our
520 TEAM HARNESS
will meet all quireiiuiDti Ciulilnt
IM stronger if it was all iron
T J 1obcrlyJ
Richmond Ky
WHEN IN RICHMOND
CM at
Covington Arnold Bro
For QiiewiNware GluH wuro
Ciwkery LnmpN etc etc
MAIN STREET RICHMOND liv
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SAVI MONUV
MONUVMy
My buying
NEIV AND SKCONIMIAND FUR
NITURE AND STOVES of
R H CHRISMAN wrf In
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Farmers
National Bank
Richmond Ky
HnriiliiH Capital and 180000
YnrplunI
We solicit your patronage
JAMES BENNETT PrtJ
S S PARKES Cashier
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The Citizen I
50 cents until June 4
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