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I East Kentucky Correspondence I I
News You Get Nowhere Else I I
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Wo corrtipondence pnbllthM snleu dined la fill by the writer The same °
iII cot ot jubllctUon bat a an eriieace of cool filth Write plainly 0 I
Notice to Correspondents
Next week wo commence iirtntliiR The
Citizen Rainy earlier limn we have been
doing no It cnn reach n large part of It
Mil crll > en by Thursday of each week
Droll your news letter hereafter not Intel
than Ill I KAY of rnch week so that they
will rend The Citizen Office by Satunlnj
or Monday at the very latest
Mar 29 Robert Tussey of this
place has gone to hauling goods or
Sir W M Clark of NcKeelIss
Dwnlo Cole and her brother Dellwrt
made a business trip to Indian Creel
Friday Miss Sarah Lear of near
Caries Is very poorly Mr Llge Angel
has gone to MoKee today Cap Wil I
son and Groen Parker have gone in
to the tie business Boa Tusscy went
to see his brother Joe of near In
dian Creek SundnyLlge Angel trod
ed a fine cow and calf to Mr Bob Lea
for a wagon and got 1100 to boot
Farmers are beginning to hustle
around in this community since
the sun has begun to shine so warm
Mr Cleveland Angel lost a fine
work steer the other dayMr James
Angel of Indian Creek mad a flying
to trip to Letter Box Friday Hobert
Baker Little Robert Is planning to
go to Hamilton Ohio Sunday Little
Bertha Summers has been on the sick
list this ekNlna Angel and lit
tle eon Joe went out the other even
ing fishing and caught a fine lot of
sun perch and red eyes Nina says
she is going to make that her dally
occupation this summer Ollie and
Dadle Angel made a flying trip to
their uncle Joe Tusseys Saturday
Mar 29The nice weather still con
tinues and the farmers seem to be
very busy planning for their crops
Most all In this community have
tholr Irish potatoes planted Jacob
and Palestine Gabhard and Jake Gab
bard Jr planted a large patch Thurs
day They say they want them to bo
in in time for the Association next
fnUlrs Carllstn Seals of near Par
rot who visited friends and relatives
at this place last week returned home
Monday Mrs Sarah McCollutn of
Hooten Creek Is visiting her father
Steve Fields of Letter Box this week
Mr and Mrs W M Alumbaugh of
Birch Lick visited Mrs Alumbaughs
sister Mrs W M Gabbard of this
j place Saturday and Sunday lastNan
nle Gabbard SlUm Angel and Pollle
SIcOollum all took a nice walk Sun
day afternoon Rlley and Nannle
Gabbard George and Pollle McCollum
were the guests of Sltha Angel Sun
dIlyW M Gabbard made a business
j trip to McKee Thursday airs Eliz
aboUt and Mrs Klzzlo Hurley visited
Iat Mr Crls Roberts SundayMrs
I Letha J Lakes of Hooten Creek is re
ported to be very poorly Died
March 2Gth John Morris who bas
been r great sufferer from heart
trouble for some time He was a
i good citizen and loved by all who
1know t him Ho leaVes a wife six
i children and a host of friends to
J mourn his loss We extend our
I deepest sympathy to the bereaved
ones 4
i Apr 1We have been having very
pretty weather the last two weeks and
the roads have dried pretty thoroly
t Mr Wm Parks has been peeling bark
this past w ekJ A Parks has or
dered some spring hats so the women
r wont have to go to town to get
theld hats George Benge bad a
working last Thursday and his wife
1 had a quilting Mr and Mrs Luther
Klmberlaln made a business trip to
W R Benges last aionday Olr Goo
Bongo and wife visited Mrs Bongos
parents Mr and Mrs Harden Azblll
Saturday night Miss Dora Ely visit
ed Beatrice Halo Sunday iMr Vernon
Ely Robert Baker and Nonas Alex
ander of Berea visited their parents
Saturday Miss Oracle Parks who
attended school at Berea during the
winter erra has returned home OUlss
I Maggie Bongo visited Beatrice Halo
I Sunday It is reported that the one
who capturea Geo Purvis who is
charged with tho murder of Mr Wm
Gay will get n large reward Mrs
Synch Rose who has had La Grippe
school will he held at the Owsley Fork
school house Sunday at 10 a m Lets
i all go and have a good Sunday school
iEV uonEBf
Apr 2 Rev D B Clemmons
preached an Easter sermon at Mr R
F Jones Sunday Rev Tom Camp
1 bell formerly a citizen ot Horse Lick
has returned from Clay county and
located at the Morgan Farbush place
on the stnte roadMr T E Jones
visited friends at Gray Hawk Sunday
L 1 Mr L1hu Phillips of Hooten Branch
has roses In bloom Bradley Gabbard
and George McCollum of Indian Creek
visited friends near Evergreen Satur
day and Sunday Mr Bert Phillips
of Goochland visited his old home
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place on Tigers Branch Sunday Mr
F M Lake made a flying trip to W
M Sparks Sunday AValter nnd Leon
ard Martin are hauling lumberTher
are some stray goats at J W Jones
The singing at Bethel Is getting on
nicely Sunday school will begin next
Apr 1E1ster is over nnd we are
having some pleasant weather again
We are glad to know that the fruit
has not so far been killed Misses
Minnie and Mary Johnson wero the
guests of Matilda and Maggie Durham
Sunday C S Durham Is having his
house palntedE E Durham killed a
a big fat hog the day before Easter
and his friends were overjoyed ti t
the kind Invitations to come an dine
with him on Easter Misses Etta and
Lizzie fleece were the guests of Mlrs
es Catharine and Mollle Durham
Sunday Mrs J R Durham and lit
tle son Jesse are visiting Mrs Dur
hams daughter Mrs Lowls McGulre
of Clover Bottom J G Durham who
Is working for the Family Portrait Co
of Wayne Illinois Is at home to rest
a few day Maetcr Jesse Durham has
ordered a magic lantern Every one
will be pleased to have little Jesse
come with his lantern and show it
at their home llrs Lucy Durham is
slowly recovering from a severe at
tack of toothache J R Durham
was out with his telesoopfl Saturday
taking a close observation of the sun
Mr Durham reported that the sun
had two enormous spots on it which
signified bad weather
Apr IEaster brought more ad
weather as usualThe roads are In
good shape and chuck of the wagons
can be heard In all directions W A
Phillips Is hauling cross ties for F
C JonesThe Sunday echool at jc
amore Is progressing nlceV Martha
Lakes passed thru here on her way
to Evergreen John Wilson Little
John left here Saturday for Middle
Fork where he will makeJi lengthy
vlsltJ A Sexton and wife returned
from Bell county last Saturday Al
bert Phillips sold a horse to George
Abrams for 111500 Bill Aloorn has
moved to the house of Pleasant Hamp
tons Aunt Betsy Gates who has
been sick for some time we are sorry
to say is no better Dan Collins W S
in this part of the country Sunday
Bert Phillips bought eight hogs of
Charley Baker for J400 a pleceA
G Sparks was visiting friends near
Goochland Easter Sunday There was
preaching at Red Bobs last Sunday
Emry Amyx was In Goochland Tuesds
on business Willie the little son of
J C Phillips will more than likely
attend the spring term of school ot
Berea Jim Mat Cox Is In the spokes
business to some extent Battle Wil
son has returned from Middle Fork
Jackson county Myrtle Lakes is stay
ing with her sister Mrs Hettie Jones
Martha Jones has returned to Rich
mond where she Is attending school
James Sexton and wife called on J
W Phillips family Sunday Bert Phil
lips John Wilson Elsa and Homer
Phillips and Miss Aleatha Azblll at
tended church at Climax Sunday night
Geo Abram is making staves this
weekGrover Gabbard Is working for
J L Jone9J L Abrams bought a
pair of mules of Goo Gatliff for 9215
George also bought a pair for 300
Apr I We are having some very
cool weather after such a nice warm
spellMr and Mrs John Anderson
of PoW Level visited Mr and Mrs
J W Todd Sunday Married March
27th Mr Dalt Waddle to Miss Myrtle
Linville Rev J W Lambert offi
ciated Mr and Mrs H E Dullen
visited at J W Todds Sundayv3II
eo Hallle Dora and Hazel Hoi man vis
ited Ethel McGuire Sunday Mr and
Mrs D G Waddle visited at Mr J R
Richmonds Wednesday night Mrs
Lizzie Vlars and children wh > have
been visiting relatives at this place
returned to their home at Conway
i Sunday Nora and Annie Linville vis
ited Mattle alcGuIre Sunday Mrs F
E Grant visited Virgie Martin Sun
day evening R T Abney visited ct
J E McGuires Sunday
Mar 30Dorn on the 25th of this
month a girl to Mr and Mrs Sher
man Chasteen Miss Lucy Seals has
gone to Straight Creek to see her sis
ter Mrs Ephrlam Drew iMr O V
Owens sold a nice bunch of hogs to
Mr Evans of Madison county Mario
Sexton of Climax was here on bust
ness this weeltJ E McGulre has
purchased a grist mill of Jasper Bow
man Miss Martha lAke of Jackson
county Is visiting In Berea this week
Rev James Parsons of Berea filled
his regular appointment at Macedon
ia on Saturday and Sunday the 23d
and 24th of atarch John Harden and
Jim Brothers who have been to Ham
ilton Ohio for two years hnve cqnv
back to liveMr A T Abney was
at Wlldle Saturday on business Mr
John Hosklns of Berea was hero Fri
day on business Charley Abney was
over from Brush Creek Sunday to buy
a yoke of steers from A T Abney
Severel folks from this pUce nre nt
tending court at Richmond Monday
April lstW
H Stephen find wife
visited at O M laDes Sunday
Life of Mn John lllnck
flay Davis was born in nock ltle
county Kentucky
and demrted this life In lIutsonJIe
Illinois after un Illness of two
She was married to John Black II
February 22 1879 To them were born
two children Mrs W I
L Pleasant and
and Mrs Ed a
and Mrs
Black lived noor ConI
Conway Ky tilt In
November isw i
she lived the
rest of her life
When In
girlhood she united
the Scaffold Cane
Baptist Church
to Illinois placed her
membership wIth the Inmotto
was 11 faith
She Was 4 consistent
kind n
and mother
who was loved and
respected by all who
She leaves
11 husband two daughters
and her
mother Mrs J E Croucher
of Disputnntn ICnnll many ela
allld friends
to mourn her loB
at the church sermon was preached
by Rev T J Dugass
of Robinson
after which her
romaine wore laid In
their flnill lt
resting place In the
by cemetery afar
Apr 1We have had
some fine
farming weather the past two weeks
and the people have
use of It sowing Oats and breaking
faacs of Kings Mill Ohio paid us n
flying visit last Saturday and Sunday
J O Rowlett
our agent for The
out very much lately
on account f
ry Begley has dissolved the wrtner
ship between him and Mrs Botne
leys storeOur postmaster Mr Bot
ner Is attending to his farming and
his wife is in charge of the ixwtufflcft
Sam Becknell died at his home last
SundayMr Theophllus Wilson std
John Becknell have been hauling
posts to fence In the Rowlett nnd
Becknell Wilson graveyard
Mar 30The farmers of this place
are very busy sowing oats and get
ting ready to plant corariMr Harvey
Jones who was shot It is claimed by
Celdon Palmer Is now able to loUr
about Elijah Gabbard was thrown
from a horse a few days ago and got
his arm broken Mrs Phoebi Bow
man was visiting relatives hut Friday
DId Uncle Owens Crawford of this
ptece died of dropsy last Wednesday
lie was ninety years oldS J Craw
ford of this place sold his store to a
company from Dantvllle We are all
sorry to give him up but we wish the
new company good success Since
Mr Green Kilburn went Into office ns
magistrate the boys hive become
somewhat civilized Mr Henry Gross
of Mill Branch is doing well in the
goods business iMr Logan Bowmin
of Sow Branch Is now working on the
K and P Railroad Andrew Bowman
returned homo from Berea where he
has been In school for the last thre
months He expects to return to
Berea1 next fall or winter A D
Johnson has bought the new tore
from M Sutton and now his his store
full of all kinds of goods We all
wish him good luck In his new bus
I ness Rollen Judd of Lymons Creek
dle Fork We are all glad to welcome
him as our neighbor
Mar 30Farmers are getting on
fine with their work In this section
Wheat Is looking wel1Dn Tuesday
March 19th Mrs Paul Rogers ofCar
tersvllle was badly burned while she
and her small boys were burning a
place to sow lettuce seed Her cloth
Ing caught fire and she burned her
hands severely trying to smother the
fire In her clothes Fortunately there
was a rain barrel near the house She
found she could not control the fire
and she ran and got In the water bar
rel and thus saved her lIfeMr Joe
Boaln has had a very severe attack
of pneumonia but Is now improving
very fast Mrs Tom Green has also
been sick but she is better nowOld
Uncle Nat Wlllmit of Gum Sulphur
died last Thursday night Ho was 81
years old1lr Joe WYlie has return
ed from Oklahoma where he has
been for his health lie looks very
much improved since ho came back
Mrs R C Boaln and Mrs J G
Clark wero In Paint Lick last Thurs
lbyllr R C foam has n large
bunch of lambs eightyone In number
People have been planting their
gardens sooner this year than they
Nade Fromt
Pure GrapeCreamefTartari
have before for t long Urns and rvtry
thing looks prosperotM at this time
Rev Lunsford preached At L > l
Green Btattr Sunday People are now
gathering turkey eggs BAS N
plentiful now and fill at a fair price
Apr IWe are having some ntot
weather now Bora to Mr and Mrs
Joe Warfonl on March the JWtU a boy
Mrs A B Scrlvnar 1 a vary sick
with La Grippe Ir R J Scrlvaar
who has been sick la Improving nicely
J M Edwards Is in Cincinnati this
week buying goods Drummer Wlhn
passed thru her Saturday on his way
to Irvine Mise Groe Wagers enter
tamed a few friend Wednesday night
of last week CIlMM NMUi Grace
and Kathryn Wagers Meeare Hum
Wagers and Vernon Sertvnrr wen the
guests of Willie and Annie WIteon
Sunday Misses Kathryn and Fn
Wagers entertolnrd friend Stuxhr
night iMIs Fan Wagers unit Frank
Congloton wore the guests of Mice
Ella and Maude Park Sunitay Mlw
Nottlo Wagers v the guest of Mtea
Rltha Scrlvner Saturday night dlr
Jeff Wagers was In Irvine Thursday
lastSeveral men and boys from Ilita
place attended court at Richmond on
Stiles Idaho Mar 19
To The Citizen We are having
nice weather and the thirty Inch snpw
Is almost gone The people are begin
ning to plowWeve had more now
this winter than since the year 1887
Stites has Just finished one of the
finest hotels In the west costing
about 10000 We are having muddy
roads In this lurt of the country now
caused by the recent thaw and so
much freighting There han been more
than 5000 head of cattle 20000 sheep
and 30000 hogs shipped from Stites
since November let 190G The hunt
ers from the mountains are bring
Ing to Stites the hides of their gaaie
consisting of huge black bear oaugir
and deer The deep snow In the
mountains has caused some of the
deer to come down among the rattlers
and they are having great sport char
lug thcmP P Reynolds Is plan
ning to build on the west end of his
ranch In order to get the use of a
fine spring = C B Moore has his cit
i tern nearly completed William Bald
win a former Kentuckian had a bail
accident a few days ago Ho got his
house and everything burned dawn
and ho and his family went to he
house of his son In their night clothes
In a fifteenInch snow Thp Citizen
is a welcome visitor In our home and
our neighbors are ae anxious to read
it as we are and when asked to sub
scribe for it say What use of buy
Ing a cow when you ure getting milk
We are always glad to read the good
news where Kentucky Is getting rid
of the man killer whisky and wish
to odd that a mm living on the
prairies or plains of the west may
have greater advantages to eat rich
but whenever whiskey Is voted out of
Kentucky tho feudlsm of the moun
tains will stop and pence nnd hap
piness will be found In every home
I would advise Airs Yocums plan of
organizing a Citizens League We
are anxious to hear of that much e
Ing done by the good and loyal
citizens ot Eastern Kentucky
I am their friend
lolil llrlrk cud told NURKPU
Continued from lust Page 1
and what la happening ncr oeo u
OOIM aged on Uw other aide ot the
world Uiuiy pa pie hive MX time to
road the dully powers and the many
rMgutoes which tell of there thing
Poor people Mttnot pay for all there
things People who be not had a
great ednottloa oaaoot oA ia Ma all
tdmt UWM i psa4 tttagaalaea my
The CUiMK gives the mom IracurttMtt
noon of u whole country and world
In few word and simple style so that
those who leave not had a great eon
anttoa add hers no Urn to rMd mar
papers teed naetolnM mat still bow
all the mo Important tfeteav taut
are happMlnc ta UM world
Not fur Itself Iml far 1u
Not for tile beDIm of 1U OWMM
but for UM baMflt ot Itt seder not
to make money bat to uak nood cit
lz na Ie the motto of Tiw ClUi n
It coats only 180 pw jrwur and
premiums worth more tins halt of
that ore given to new eabMiibera It
Is getting better all the wine It la
already by far the boat paper la Ken
tucky for the mountain people Will
It not pay you to subscribe
rho President Has Nothing to Add on
Railroad Situation
Washington April 2President
Ilooaerelt has written a latter to the
president pf the Illinois Manufactur
ers association declining the Invlta
lion of that organization to peak at
Springfield on tho railroad situation
The president says It would be a
waste of time for him to accept the
Invitation because ho would only re
peat what ho has already said In pub
He addresses and messages to con
gress He makes It clear that ho la In
favor of government supervision of
railroads believing that It will bo
beneficial both to tho corporations and
the public
Ho again points out tho danger of
overcapitalization and expresses tho
hope that proper laws will bo enacted
to remedy this ovll
Tho president declares with ompha
sis that ho Is not making war on tho
railroads but says that when ho asks
for a square deal ho means a square
dealRecent developments ho says have
only served to convince him that his
previous utterances with referenco to
railroads and other corporations ate
correct Ho urges that additional
power be given the Interstate com
merce commission and Justifies tho
new interstate commerco law
The only excuse for buying anything but
a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking
Powder is to save a few cents in price
fj ROYAL costs you a few cents more per can than Alum or Phos
phate of Lime powders but it is worth far more than the difference
to keep your biscuit cakes and pastry free from the injurious
effects of these cheapening substitutes
Continued use of Alum means pcrmancnunjuryto health
Avoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly
Hettya Thoughtfulness
Mamma and 1 Mid Hetty ears
both taking wodlctao but Its very
different you know M mamma has
tied a Btrtnc around her bottle BO an
to tell It from mine now I suppose
Ill have to tie a string nround mine
so as to tell It from Wa
The Quick and the Dead
What la the difference between thef
quick and u deed II a riddle that
come from Oxford through tho Wcstn
mlnaterOaatto The answer Is ado
quate and un to date The quick
are thoM wUo are qnlok at getting out
of the way ot motor car the dead
are how who are net
Nickel Werth 2
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reverse bad a V within a laurel
wreath above which connecting tho
end la a scroll with tho motto la
God We Trust between tho folds of
the scroll being a small Maltese cross
Tile pattern In nickel Is DOW valued
at two dollars
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