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Eastern Kentucky News
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Nov 12 November has brought
> H some very fine weather BO far
early everybody is through gather
iug corn The ears UfO not BO largo
but what they can bo handled nil
right in this part of the country
Misa Ella Lake who has been absent
from her school for two weeks of
mckness has returned She ill much
loved by her pupils1Ve are letting
the Sundayschool hero go down lor
a while on account of no stove Wo
should get to hURtling around and
making preparations for n stove im
mediately Dalt Waddlo paid us
I quiet it pleasant visit Sunday evening
Green Lake of Evergreen was
hero FridayMrs Bickneil is getting
alongfairly well with her school at
this place Ambrose McHono has
gone to Illinois whore ho will reside I
over winter November has prcsont
wl Mrs A C Hart with a baby hay
who is very sweet Miss Minnie
Waddle gave the young people of
Scaffold Cane a bean hulling Satur
day night which was enjoyed very
much Alfred Gadd was in this vi
cinity Sunday Kollie Davis who
has been quite sick is bettor
But Ood CIYu what we nee
Mlttnutlut though we be
And ifler night I
I Tkerctmeth light
Prom feet IB ut u + hue
Nov 20W C Ogg is very poor
lywith typhoid fovor Georgo
liengo and Jake Perkins of Hugh
Ky attended Sundayschool here
Sunday Lewis Sandliu of King
i ton made a business trip to Rich
mail Saturday Hoy and Dora
ludson wore the guests of Miss
rthn Ogg of Needmoru Sunday
Mrs J C Powell made n business
ip to Boron iwople on Monday of
iis weekMrs Maggie Ogg of
M rea is visiting W C Ogg and
family this weekMiss Jtortlm
Baker was thu guest of Misses Eva
and Flossie Baker Sunday Kov J
P Ulcknell of Boron prwichwl at
the Christian church Sunday Will
Coylo and wife of Heron wore visit
ing W B Dakar autl family lost week
There have boon four hunters from
Paris Ky lodging at John PowollH
this wtookns follows Messrs
Walker Sluir Dudloy Brannon
Thomas Rico and D K Riddoll
Mrs Sallie Powell has been visiting
her father Bird Lame this week
Link Nickison gave a boon hulling
Saturday night to the young folks of
this vicinity All enjoyed thom
solves noMrs Tombs and daugh
tar of Otvsloy county are visiting
Mrs Combs sister Mrs Kinnoth
Nov 17 Charley Venerable nud
ainiljr of Kingston moved lost week
to their farm purchased of Tom Mo
McKcchan for t 500 Mr and Mrs
Joe Mnupin of Kingf ton and Mr
William Porcival of Pinevillo spent
Sunday with Kink MoKeehun anti
family John Halloa is moving to
his now homo purchased of Pitt
Bongo Mrs Sherman Settle of
Kingston will spend Saturday with
her parents Mr and Mrs Harrison
Kinnard A box supper will lw hold
I at Kingston High School building
Thanksgiving night MissoH Ida
I and Lizzie Maupin will spend Sun
day with Miss Mary Wilwju Mrnnd
Mrs John Slasher and Mrs Morkoll
spent Sunday with Bailee Wilson and
family Mm Thana McKcphan was
the guest Wednesday of Mrs Dan
Maupin Mrs Bud Johnson and
son John and Mrs Johnsons niece
Miss Bosflio Johnson visited over
last Saturday with relatives at Lox
Nov 17Wo are having bountiful
weather Tho farmers are very busy
gathering their corn which proves to
bo an excellent crop this year C B
Gabbard was in Leslie county last
weak on business Letchor Gubbnrd
was nt Boouovillo Saturday Henry I
and Elmer Gabbard were on Doe
Creek Thursday Jas 11 Gahbaro
was on Cow Creek Saturday and
Sunday visiting relatives A big
baby boy arrived nt the homo of Mr
cud Mrs Wrn Huff Friday night
lti ill seems to be tho happiest man
in Indian Creek Uncle Samuel
Smith of Cow Creek died Wodnes
tuy night after being ill 0111a fow
1asll II Klce has sold out his
storehouse to Garrett Brothers of
White Oak Tho people of Indian
Crook are sorry to lose Mr like as
a merchant but tho Garrett Brothers
will continue to sell nt li ices old
stand and wo hope tllM success
Tho farmers are all pleased with their
crop this year as it is yielding ox
cellently T J Flunery of Doe
Creek raised an ear of corn which
had thirtytwo rowi of grain on one
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cob Walker Wilson of Boonovillc
died Thursday morning after sulfur
ing for over two weeks He was
shot by n Mr Osborno on Meadow
Crook It is said that Wilson and
Osborno wore both drinking nnd that
they had been gambling for mouoy
which led to the trouble Borry JI
Sowall of Campion was elected to I
tho Senatorahip thin the thirty
fourth district by nearly ono thou
sand majority Mr Sownll Is n re
publican i
Nov 20Prnnk Ball has returned
from Hamilton and ho says more of
the boys who wont from hero will bo
in pretty soon School horo stwniH
to ho on tho downward rond lately
I IntelyThe
The attendance is from six to eight
and that is very small for so largo a
school It seems as if the pnronts
are not interested in tho future wel
fare of their children P G Log
ston is having n now house erected
on Hud Lick whom ho expects to
move as noon as ho complottts his
house Wo are sorry to loeo such a
man out of our neighborhood P 0
Logston has tho youngest tie hutilor
in the State He is about elevou
years old anti drives n tram twelve
miles and back nanny every day
hauling ties tan bark goods etc
There Is talk of getting u telephone
line from Irvine to this placeJ E
Spnrkman has ordered n lino guitar
Guess we wont want for musio
Mr anti Mrs H Young toro the
guests of Mr and Mra Jito Thomp
son Sunday Mr and Mrs Bud
Isaacs wore tho guests of Mr and
Mrs A C Aloorn Saturday night
Miss HORn Alcorn was the guest of
Miss Minnie Parsons Sunday Mrs
Mr and Mrs J E Parsons at pro
Bont Sovarnl from this pines atten
ded church nt Blantou Flat Sunday
Jno Haynos and W J LogaUm
of Moron are up on business
Nov 2OHev B Wells preached
an interesting sermon to tho jKiople
of Blauton Flat Sunday Harvay
and Isaac Gabbanl of Wagenvillo
jMssod hore Sunday on their way to
McKee on bntiinues 0 M ParemtB
attended church nt Wind Care Sun
day and reports n fine time W IS
Bogloy of London was in our viol
nity last week talking Insurance to
tho people lIe ropre ont the Mas
snohusotts State Mutual Turner
Kolloy and J II Sparkman took
policies of a thuitwiud dollars eaoh
Quito a number of our young folks
attended church Sunday at Blantoii
Flat Among the ladies went Miss
Samira LainTwrt Willie Cox ami
Luu AloorllP G Logedou is the
busiest man in our community haul
ing tiesA B Coffey has an attack
of grip at jffosent Murried on the
17th inst at tho homo of tho bride
Miss HOBU Goosey to Mr Thonuts
Hiohanlsou May thoir path be
strewn with flowers nUll may they bo
wolcumed with smilaH when ever
their steps loud the way Mls os
Cynthia Aloorn and Anne Kellt y
spent Sundayou Station Comp
1 hn South Fork School district No
18 is progressing nicely under earn
of Miss May Sparkman Attondanco
lest ever known John Blanton
says basilicas is very goodAll
people wanting patent medicine call
on him Dr L W Harrison of
Alcorn says he will leave at the first
of the year for tho medical school at
Louisville Mr Harrison Rooms to
bo making a good impression on thr
people In this part of the country
Sunt Allen Powell is moving l >
Millers Crook Estlll county vhm
ho has purchased property Mins
Maggie Fowler visited friends at
Stutiou Cnmp Inst week n The coun
try is full of fox hunters John
Thompson boasts of running a fox
through G M Pnrsonss barn tin
other night Smith Blaok visits our
neighborhood looking after tho strive
business Sidney L Webb loft our
village Saturday nighUU a lain hour
Can you guess whySomu of the
pooplo of our county like to law quite
wolf Thoro aro liftysovon witnesses
summoned in tho Fowler and Lakes
case now fending for Tuesday tho
218tJ M Coyle of Red Lick is
in our vicinity at present buying
cI1UloOur cattle men report cattle
low in market
Sept 28Wo nro having some
very fine weather now but Emory G
Amyx says this is just Indian sum
mer There was n social given to the
boys nnd girls nt Rev Goo Gatllffs
Saturday night last Misses Allie
and Etta Sparks attended church at
Sycamore Sunday Misses Mlle
Drew nud Aura Lake attended church
nt Clovorboltom Mrs Lucy Lake
and Jake Lake paid Mrs Nannie
Hammond flying visit last week
Wm Sparks went to Berea last week
on business T J Lake is still log
I ging ou Horse Lick Croak and ho
i says ho has more than both pockets
full of money Roy Drow ono eye d
Roy has swopped his mulo for n flint
saddle tnoroWtll Williams has just
completed his barn Ho says his
stock has suffered their past of
trouble but now thoy will never
know it is llIlorWo arc thankful
to say that our prayer meeting anti
Sundayschool fine Grove is still
in progress W F Amyx and Wit
liam Hammond have just returned
from Cincinnati Jnmofl Lake re
turned homo from Valley View has t
weekIino Grove school is pro
grassing nicely Somo of tho stu
dents contemplate going to some
winter sohooJAII tho girls and
boys are invited to tho box sapper nt
fine Grove Say girtnUll buys
did you know that Christmas will
soon bo horo f
Wo publish tho following latter 1
from Mr A II Williams of Alcorn1
nt his request and fcoliug that all
minds nro now or should bo dis
charged will consider tho incident
Alcorn Ky Nov 20
i To the Citizen Borea Ky
As thoro have boon several shots
fired ut mo by your correspondent nt
Drip Hook I foal it my duty to cor
rust a fort 01 tho uiisstntotnentB that
have been made In his letter of
Out 80 ho anya Only yesterday ho
was hero electioneering for a bolter
candidate for Justice of tho Peace
which statement if I understand
what n bolter in is untrue As Mr
Perry was Booking election for tho
first time and had never run in any
primary election nnd been defeated
I did not and do not consider him u
bolter Your Correspondent thou
oonolmloe Tho voters horo are stir
prised at so strong a Republican as
Mr Williams leaving his party
Now I will say that I nm n Republi
can and believe in tho principles ad
vocated by tho grand old Republican
party but I also believe in law and
ordor morality nud religion and that
I owe it to my slate my country my
district and my homo to vote for tho
host qualified men who ask my sup
Furthermore Ihavd made no con
fession and no statement that I will
never do 00 any more tho I have said
and say yet that if I have douo or
wid anything during tho recent elec
ties that any one is offended at I am
ready and willing to make a manly
apology to that one Instead of ask
lag the Lord to forgive me for what
I hare done I auk him still to guide
IM iu what I fuelaud believe will bo
tell dealing III hl8 sight
With malice toward none and
charity toward all I am
Fraternally Yours
Arrangement have been made by
which Nome of the firmest products of
The Natioual Art Company of Now
York are offered M premiums to now
subscribers These pictures are con
lea of famous paintings and are really
what they purport to bo works of art
As long as the supply lasts one
will bo given to each now subscriber
who pays for ono year iu advance
They are of nil shapes and sizos
from four bysix to ton by twenty
inches anti tho most of them are in
tended to bo fastened to a mat for
framing They can bo soon by any
ono calling at the office of tho Citizen
Is a common and distress
Ing complaint
It Is Naturess way af
protesting against Im
proper food hastily de
voured or too hearty
meals and If the warn
lag is unheeded serious
results will follow
When your stomach I
rebels at this abuse
It becomes inactive your food fer
ments gases form and there is trouble
ahead The quickest safest and surest
way to conquer this condition and
prevent its return ia to immediately
commence the use of
Dr Caldwells
Syrup Pepsin I
This great remedy will instantly put
things in order putI
It is just what your stomach needs
One trial of this wonderful preparation
wlllconvlnccou that our c1almsare foun
ded on truth and upheld by experience
Dr Caldwella Syrup Pepsin can be
obtained In both dollar and halfdollar
druggistsYour I
Your money will be refunded U ItI
does not benefit you 1
Your potUI card refjneil will bring by return
mall our new booklet DR CALDWELLS
1J00 01 WONDKld aDd tree ample to
those who have never tried Uui woodtrtiu
remedy Send for It today
Montleello Illteete I
For Sale by S E WELCH Jr
News in Kentucky 1
Mrs Wm Moore Weds on First Anni
versary of Husbands Death
Lexington ICy Nov 22The mar
riage of Mrs William Moore widow
of the man who was killed one year
ago by throo negroes on North Lime
stono street has so Incensed her chil
1dron thai thoy threaten to excludo her
and hor husband from the house on
Carlisle avenue whon they return from
their honeymoon Mrs Moore was
married In Maysvllie Ky to William
Kroll 16 years hor Junior the wed
ding being celebrated on tho first an
niversary of her husbands assassina
Lion Kroll has been boarding with
tho Moore family for several month
and thoy havo occupied tho house
which was given to them by public
subscription after tho head of tho tam
fly was shot down in cold blood
An Aged Man and HI Two Sons
Placed Under Arrest
Mayklng Ky Nov 22Unelo Wil
liam Caudill aged nearly 70 one of
tho bestknown mon in Lotcher county
together with his two sons Henry and
William Caudlll jr wore arrested on
tho charge of cutting and stabbing
Stephen T Frailer a prosperous
young farmer on election day Novena
ber 7 Frazlor died Thursday of his
wounds Tho old man and his two
sons wero taken to Whltosburg where
they wore placed In the county Jail to
await day their examining trials Wodnes II
R T Warnock Blew His Brains Out
With a Shotgun
Tygart Ky Nov 22Worry over
financial troubles caused IU T War
nook a prominent man of this place
to blow out his brains with a shot
gun In a roadway near his homo
Warnock had been declared a bank
rupt but had not scoured his dis
charge owing to the pressing of claims
of some creditors Ho left a note
written at the supper table while his
wife was In the kitchen explaining
his deed
Mr Schmltzs Will
Newport Ky Nov 22The will of
John SchmlU was probated lIe
leaves his entire estate to his wife
Anna SchmUz and names her aa ex
ecutrix without bond A peculiar part
of tho will is that the decedent Is men
cloned throughout the Instrument as
Mr Sohmltz and he signs his name
In that manner
Dies on Eve of Brothers Wedding
Bellevue Ky Nov 2S Edward He
rlgel 26 died on the eve of his broth
ers wedding Recently ho fell from
a scaffold and received fatal Injuries
The wedding of his brother Frank slid
Mien folio Schuler daughter of Secre
tory Schulor of the Bellevue board
of education however was solemn
The Decision Reserved
Frankfort Ky Nov 22Tho In
junoUon suit to compel tho Loulsvlllo
and Cincinnati Packet Co to land its
boats at the wharf at Warsaw It1Il
Instead of a half mile down the river
was argued beforo Judge Barker of
the court of appeals Ho reserved his
The Mill Resumed Work
Covington Ky Nov 22Ifho state
mont circulated last week that the Re
public Iron and Steel Ooa mill in this
city had closed down never to bo op
erated again was refuted completely
when all tho men In the finishing de
partment resumed work
Judge King and Bride
Cincinnati Nov 22 Judgo F E
King who was recently chosen to a
Judicial position by his party at Cyn
thlana Ky arrived at the Grand ho
tel with his bride They were mar
Fled but a few days ago and came hero
for a honeymoon trip
First Time In 15 Years
Cincinnati Nov 22Mrs M A
Pogue of Klomlngsburg Ky arrived
at the Palace hotel to meet her hus
band J R Pogue of Nebraska They
had not seen each other for 1C years
and met here by appointment to talk
over their affairs
Took the Oath of Office
Lou I IIVllle Ky Nov 22Surround
ed by 150 floral pieces and a throng
of friends and after a prayer by Rev
Dr Francis Beattle of the Louisville
Presbyterian Thologi cal seminary
Paul Barth took tho oath of office as
Grain Rates Raised
Louisville Ky Nov 22 Orders
have been Issued by the Central
Freight association for an Increase of
two cents in Illinois Louisville and
Cincinnati grain rates apparently thus
satisfying East SU Louis shippers
IContest About Costs
Frankfort Ky Nov 22Ifhe court
of appeals affirmed the Kenton circuit
court in the caso of Johnson against
Davidson rho suit was tho tagend
of the JohnsonDavidson contest for
mayor of Covington
Death of S J Burford
Louisville Ky Nov 22S J Bur
ford died of pneumonia Ho was ono
of tho organizers of the RhodesBur
ford Co which has a chain of 43 fur
niture stores throughout tho country
Ihe Horgis men will contest the
election at Jackson Ky on the ground
of bribery dud iBtlmltati B
It r Furniture IS a Necessity f
mYou must have it to make your home K
i6or room look and feel comfortable 2K
i6for the winter There is no better JK
time to buy than now and we hnveW
i6the things you need Kitchen Din i
i6ingroom and Parlor Furniture Bed 1i
i6room Suites Desks Carpets Vindow JC
i6Shades Pictures etcQ 1
i6Next to the Mill Chestnut Ave W I
l Phone 93fc
Cut Prices on American Fence Wire
7 Wire 26 in high d 20c per rod
9 Wire 39 in high 25c per rod
10 Wire 47 in high rj 28c per rod
II Wire 55 in high 30c per rod
Berea College
Over 40 Teachers and 900 Students from 26 States Largest
College Library in Kentucky NO SALOONS
APPLIED SCIENCETwo years Courso with agriculture for young
mon and Domestic Science for young ladies
TRADE SCHOOLS Carpentry Printing Housework Nursing two
NORMAL COURSESFor toachors Three courses leading to 1
County Certificate State Certificate and State Diplomae
ACADEMY COURSESFour years fitting for College for business
and for life
ICOLLEGE COURSES Literary Sdentifio Classical leading to
Baccalaureate degrees
MUSIC Choral free Reed Organ Vocal Piano Theory
Wo are hore to help all who will holp themselves toward n Christian
I education Our instruction is u free gift Students pay a small incidental
fee to meet expenses of tho school apart from instruction and must also
pay for board in advance Expenses for fall term of 14 weeks may bo
brought within 2950 Winter term of 11 weeks 2700 Spring term
of 11 weeks 2425 Full term opened September 13
The School is endorsed by Baptists Christians Disciples Congrega
tionallsts Methodists Presbyterians and good people of all denominations j
For information and friendly advice address the Secretary
Berea Madison County Ky
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Corner of Main uud Collins Streets
In my womb and ovaries writes Mrs
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and my menses were very painful l
and irregular Since taking CanJui I
feel like a new woman and do not
Suffer as i did

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