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THE CITIZEN u I
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I Eastern Kentucky News
No correspondence published unless signed In full by the writer The name
Is not for publication but as an evidence of good faith Write plainly
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Treasurer Osborne has several good
houses to rent to families wishing to
live in Berea to educate their chil
dren Two rooms with stoves bed
steads chairs and tables 1 a term
Larger houses also Apply at once
for fall or winter term
if there are any Mormon mission
aries in your vicinity write to THE CIT
ZEN andwo will Rend you full in
formation about their deceptive stor
ice with letters from people who have
been to Utah and seen for themselves
The Mormons take away the liberty
of their members degrade the doc
trines of the Christian religion and
teach that it is right to have more
than one wife
Remember that the fall term is the
time to start in school at Berea We
are building a 10000 Industrial
Building and a 10000 Chapel and
shall need all the student carpenters
we can get We want fifty boys to
enter the Farmers Course this fall
and fifty more to begin the Carpen
ters Course
low too is the time for young la
dies to begin the HomeMakers
Course or the Nurses Course
OWSLEY COUNTY
STURGEON
The school at Walnut Grove is
progressing nicely under the supervi
sion of W H VenableLucian
Isaacs and wife passed through here
last week on their way to Perry Co
whore they mean to spend a few weeks
amongst relatives A M Roberts
has purchased the Turnersharoof the
Venable and Turner millThe spell
ing contest between Mr Wolfs and
Mr Wilsons school was a great
success Mr Wolfs school was vic
torious An exciting match game of
baseball was played in the afternoon
Miss Virginia Mainous and W H
Venables schools were also present
County Supt George Garrett was
there and was welcomed by his many
friends David Bowman will start
soon for a trip to the Old World for
his health and for recreation He has
our heartiest best wishes for his safe
return in improved healthB B
Isaacs and Jesse Turner have return
ed from Colorado where they have
been for their health James Isaacs
the drummer waS in Needmore Satur
day on business accompanied by W
J Blake the photographerUnited
States Marshal Wm Mays is home
again awaiting further ordersCircuit
Court commenced at Booneville on
Monday with crowded docket There
are five to be tried for wilful murder
The time is coming oh fastly coming
when the good citizens will have to
choose which shall reign lawlessness
and bloodshed or peace and prosperi
tyAndy Venable has purchased a
new banjo and is now ready for all
the bean stringings and apple cuttings
that may coma
comaGABBARD
GABBARD
Circuit Court begins at Booneville
Monday Sept 21 Some murder
caws are to be triAd C B Moore
will attend court as a juryman J
D White of Louisville Ky was the
guest of R W Minter Wednesday
nightThe farmers have been in a
big rush this week saving fodder
Alfred Bolin is going to have his cane
made up week nextUel Wilder and
son Joseph attended the Richmond
fair Mr Wilder exhibited sheep
there with five legs and six CeetThe
Teachers Association of the Cow
Creek and Buffalo Districts will be
held at Bethel on Cow Creek on
third Saturday in October A help
ful and enjoyable meeting is expected
A number of the teachers of
Owsley county met at Booneville
Saturday Sept 12 and organized a
monthly Teachers Institute to be
hold in Owaley every month during
the school term The following of
ficers were elected Taylor P Gab
bard Pres John Niece Vice Pros
S A Gabbard Socy Chester Man
ous Trollsj Chas Eversrle Seargant
at arms P M Frye Meredith Gab
bard and Miss Mary Barker were
chosen as a committee to arrange a
program for each meeting The
teachers also discussed number of
topics relating to their schoolwork
Prof Campbell is one of our strongest
members The next meeting is to be
held at Riverside The following
programme has been arranged
The Importance of Educating the
mountain boys and girls Prof
Campbell
w i4 y t ti emsrc
IJiIt
Do you want your boys and girls to
have a better education than yourself
N T Ambrose
What is the most important branch
to be taught in the common school
curriculum S A Gabbard
The Importance of a higher Stand
ard of Education for Girls t
Wesley Frost
Who we Good CitizensT P
Gabbard
How may We Live for our Country
Meredith Gabbard
How may we have Happy Homes
in the MountainsJohn Niece
Why should parents send their
children to schoolP M Frye
Chester Manous and Lee Gibson
Every parent is invited to attend
ROCKCASTLE COUNTY
BOONE
Mrs Mattie Hamblen of this place
visited her parents at Richmond last
weckRev J W Lambert went to
the Association at Hummel Grove last
week Born to Mr and Mrs H W
Cornelius a fine girl Nellie Bottie
and Martha Lambert the small
daughters of Hanison Lambert went
to Berea last Thursday to enter school
Mr Joseph Lovette of Bobtown
visited Mr and Mrs John B Cole
of this place Saturday and Sunday
Six of the section men of this place
joined the union workers last week
Scot Belden went to Combs to work
last week Rev John Croucher
preached a funeral sermon at Mr Jas
Durhams last SundayEson Feltner
of this place went to Livingston last
weekMr and Mrs Will Watkins
visited the latters parents on Satur
day and SundayThe protracted
meetings will commence the second
Saturday in October at Fairview
Everybody attendMrs Lou Single
ton of Rockford is visiting relatives
at this place Mrs Mary Singleton
was here last SundayMrs Richard
Johnston of Richmond is visiting her
daughter Mrs Henry Hamblen Jr
of this place this weekJack Frost
visited this locality the 18th and 19th
and did considerable damage to the
crops
ETTILL COUNTY
RED LICK
The people in the neighborhood
Beech Grove have long felt the need
of some way to improve themselves
along literary linea and to provide en
tertainment for their young people
They met recently and organized a
a literary society with the follow
ing officers Pres Robert Gentry
Vice Pros Jas Rodgers Secy
Alma Wilson jTreas Bessie Kindred
The Sundayschool tho Beech
Grove school house is in a flourishing
condition We would suggest that
much more could be accomplished if
more parents cambWe trust Mr
Harris will soon have a postoffice
established in his storeSportsmen
are roaming the forests in quest of
squirrels Some make very fine shots
judging from results Apples are
quite plentiful and are of a very fine
quality Any one in need of good
winter fruit can find what ho wants
hereThe corn crop is very good
considering the season
LOCUST BRANCH
The following is a report of Beech
Grove school for month ending Aug
21 Whole number of pupils enroll
ed males eighteen females eighteen
Those who were present daily during
the month are Nannie Anglin Isaac
Anglin James Atkinson Mafra Bick
nell Ethel Kindred Hurley Hunt
Elva Harris Olna Harris Elbrige
Rose Alma Gentry Rosa Rucker
Schuyler Rucker Willie Rucker Ed
ward Young George Young Bradley
Young Thomas Young Gertrude Kin
dred Gilbert Kindred The parents
in this school district realize that they
can give their children no better leg
acy than a good education and we
note with pleasure the hearty co op
I oration given by them to the teacher
The trustees for years have tried to
make this school second to none in
in this county They are ever watch
ful in noting the needs of the school
and meeting them the best they can
JACKSON COUNTY
WELCH SU NO
Teachers Association of Magister
ial District No3 will be held here
Saturday Oct 3rd
Program
Opening exercises at 10 a m
mWelcome
Response Miss Emma Spenso
Purpose of tho meeting Supt
Allen Powell
How to make Teachers Associations
a success Geo W Rador
RecitationMiss Carrio Spouse
Music
Duty of Trustees JH Thomas
Parents duty to tho schoolA
F Baldwin and A J3 Johnson
Essay Mini Sumo Watson
SongMy Old Kentucky Home
By the audience
How to secure a District Library
John Hayro
Tho uso of District Library
Jerome Hellard
Paper on Decoration Miss Eva
Settle Song Battle Hymn Republic I
Audience
How to secure a school Squire
Little
LittleHow
How to loach History George
Johnson and Miss Cordelia Roark
Basket Dinner 12 m
How to secure bettor attendance
J W Mullins
Importance of SpellingH II
I JohnsonRecitationMiss
RecitationMiss Bertie Bowling
Music
The Coming Teacher H F Minter
Should teaching be used as a stop
ping stone to something higher T
Lee J Webb
Delightful task to rear the tend
er Thou htMiss Emma Sparse
The Educational Spirit of the Com
munity Wm Dunigan
Nature StudyMrs MIllie Webb
Music
Essay Miss Mae Sparkman
Should our school law be amended t
Why 1J H Denham
Should the teacher en ago in
games with the pupils Miss Polly
Koark Cooperation of Parents and Teach
er8W B Baker
Value of a Literary Society W
A Cops
The Spirit of the TeacherSimon
MunseyOur
Our School System Wm Moore
CEO W RADEU Vice Pres
BERTIE BOWLIXO Secretary
KERBY KNOB
Drs Dougherty and Baker are
honieW J Dougherty has purchas
ed a nice farm at Volley View and
will move theme shortly W Rucker
and family visited friends hero Satur
day and Sunday Rev Griffith preach
ed at Oak Grove Saturday and Sun
dayMrs Cora Smith who has been
in tho hospital at Berea for several
weeks passed through here last week
accompanird by Bessie HaysMrs
Jas R Engle and two little boys
visited Mrs Eugles mother and
friends at Berea last week Those
who attended the association at Pilot
Knob report a very pleasant time and
plenty to eat Messrs Simpson and
Hatfield went to Berea Sunday
Mrs Roso Gabbard and little Hon
Lawrence were at Boonovillo Wednes
day and Thursday Robert Antis is
going to build a chimney for H II
Rice Rer John B Lewis of Breath
itt county preached at Lincoln
Bowlin0 on Cow Creek last Sunday
Hurrah for THE CITIZEN it is one
of the best papers published
TYNER
Teachers Association will be hold
at Tyner next Saturday Sept 20
All teachers in that section aro expect
ed to attend
attendNORMAL
NORMAL DEPARTMENT
Notes from the Field
W N Burch one of tho graduat
ing class of OH is teaching ou Sex
tons Creek in Clay county Ho is
enjoying his school work but wants
some more education lie is plan
ning for a college course
Robert Howard is teaching in
Magofhn his home county Robert
took n leading part in the county
institute showing considerable skill
and training in public speaking and
debate His sister Lizzie entered
Berea this fall
Lawrence B Pickle imnor is teach
a large school in Johnson county and
is preparing to return to school in tho
winter term
M H Wilson is meeting with great
success and is longing for the time
when he will once more pack his
trunk for Berea
Cora Hoskins is teaching the vil
lage school at Ivytou in Mngoffin
county She says Berea is entitled to
the credit for all the now ideas in
her work but we are sure Miss Cora
is herself a credit to Boron and to
Magolfin county
Daisy Smith was found teaching a
little school on White Oak Branch in
Rockcastlo county Pictures litera
ture and singing were the noticeable
features Daisy is making a fine
teacherAmmon
Ammon Brock of Leslie county
could not stay away from Berea long
enough for a five months term He
entered school at the opening Ho is
also assisting Ellis Seale in the night
schoolDavid
David Arthur Dailey is doing ex
cellent work in Lincoln county
Arthurs greatest achievement was in
securing a district library To raise
tho money he instituted festival and
cleared 2000 Could havo made
considerable more had not refresh
ments run out
Willie Adams of Greouup county
is likewise starting a district library
Ho is enjoying his first term of
teaching
Adam Huff won a library offered
by Boroa College to tho school hav
ing the largest attendance Hill at
tendance for the live mouths wan 87
por cont How is that for Leslie
county
A similar offer is lira year made to
Magoilm county and a number of
schools aro computing
Stephen Gabbard when last heart
from was teaching school near hiA
home and superintending a Sabbath
schoolWIIIfanoy
WII Hauoy Ezel Morgan county
was visited by n Borea worker Ho
is putting into piactico some of the
knowledge received last year at Boron
lIe will return in tho winter term and
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expects to bring a number with him
Emma and Wilford Johnson are
both teaching large schools in Johnson
county This is Wilfords first school
lie is barely the age required by law
but received ono of tho best certifi
cates issued in that county averaging
nearly 00 per cent
Supt Geo M Johnson father of
Emma and Wilford is being urged to
run for a third term but has not
yet decided The schools of Johnson
county aro in excellent condition
There were twentyfive common
school graduates this year
Magotlin county shows marked
progress in tho past two years
Miss Martha Arnett who was at
Borea in 11XH is making a fine record
as county superintendent Her
strict discipline and untiring energy
are doing much for the betterment of
the schools
A considerable por cent of teachers
aru Beipa students
In tho Jackson county institute
about ono third of the teachers were
Bores students but Owsloy county
takes the lead more than half tho
teachers having attended school at
BereaTHE
THE NEW FARM SILO
A sight that has attracted the atten
tion of many of tho visitors during
tho past two days IIIH been the filling
of tho now silo down at the College
barnMany
Many questions have boon asked
during the last few works as to the
nature and URn of limo tall tanklike
structure built at tho end of tho barn
next to tho pike and the answer that
it was a silo to be filled with ensilage
has not added much to tho informs
tion of tho questioners
Briefly a silo is a large tank or
receptacle capable of being mado air
tight into which finely cut green
or partially ripe forago of any sort
may bo filled where it goes through
boat or fermentation which on ac
count of its closely packed condition
and the keeping out of tho air does
not spoil tho feed but preserves it
In this preserved state it is called
euailage aud is nearly as green and
succulent as when it was put into the
silo As long as tho proper conditions
of excluding tho air aro kept up tho
forage can be preserved in this shape
for an indefinite time It is oaten
with great relish by rattle especially
milch cows sheep hogs and oven
horses and mules though horses and
mules should not bo fed so large a
proportion of ensilage in their daily
ration as is beneficial to other stock
The silo built for the College farm
is of twoinch cypress staves hold to
go her with strong iron hoops with
lugs for tightening It is thirty feet
high and eighteen feet in diameter
As the location is a bank giving access
to a basement cow barn a brick and
cement foundation wall throe foot
deep with a firmly cemented bottom
adds about three feet to the depth
The staved part is rated to hold one
hundred and fifty tons of green feed
and the brick foundation will hold
about twelve tons more
It is being filled by a thirteen inch
Ohio ensilage and fodder cutter
manufactured by tho Silver Manufac
turing Co of Salem Ohio on which
they gave a very generous discount in
price for tho benefit of tho College
farm
For unlit
First classbuilding brick constantly
on hand We also have hard burned
brick and bats for cisterns at very low
price BEKEA COLLEGE BRICK YARD
Good clothes are always madeto
measure Have your now Fall suit
madetoordor by Strauss Bros Chi
cago Samples are now shown by J
J BRANASIAN
BRANAMANA
A fine line of glassware tinware
and jardinieres now on hand at tho
RACKET STORE Main St Richmond
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Why do WEBER WAGONS sell so well P
Because you never saw one broken down I
Because they arc nil good ones
Because they cost less than others
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See our BARGAINS IN BUGGIES
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Groceries Dry Goods and Notions 1
Mens and Womens Shoes and Rubbers
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