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I East Kentucky Correspondence a t
News You Get Nowhere Else j P
Ho oorreifondence pibllihei oaten lni4 IB fllD by the writer The aim 3
It lot for publication bat a l1li irldtio of food faith Write plainly B
i NoOoaiooo oaoioafowo o o otlOAoSofloaio0OSO o o otioeo 0
GrecnluU Feb 7J D Pioreon
was at town Saturday on business
G G Maduen has purchased a good
farm from Andy Mayse Gco Pier
ton and wife wero visiting Mrs
PlereonV brother on Duck Fork the
Iast weekAlbert Creech died the
past week at David Yorks where
he had been sick with pneumonia
fever for several weeks Many of
the farmers of this vicinity arc aim
Ing to cultivate tobacco this season
Married Miss Mary Wyrlck and Al
bert Anderson may they always be
happy Jesse Holbrook la at Rich
mond to sell a fine pair of mules
Jas Moore and wife were tho guests
of James Smith Saturday and Sun
0 day Wllgus Flanery and Allen Hoi
comb attended church at Royal Oak
SundayJ D Pierson Is again en
gaged lu the picture work and Is ready
at all times to make enlargements
photos postal cards and buttons in
all grades at rock bottom prices
Jeff Hosklns who sold his farm to
John Curry will move to Estlll Coun
ty In a few daysD G Woods made
a trip to McKee Saturday to takaI
the examination for Census enumer I
ator John S Pierson is dressing
lumber for building a net
dwelling Jamoi Wilson has return
ed from Berea and brings the goodj
news that his llttlo son Herbert
whose leg was operated on and a
part of the bone removed is getting
along fine and will soon be in schoolI
J Tyner Feb iW M Dunigans
school is progressing nicely with 40
in attendance W R Rader has a
job in the L N depot at East
Hernstadt W K Jones is having 11t
bill of lumber cut for the erecting I
of a new More houseMr Alfred
Moore has purchased a farm fromI
Carr Hall for 1000 John Moore and
Wm Goodman burned a largo oat
stack last week while burning sage
grass Mr Charlie Moore of Welch
burg has moved into the property
vacated by C P Moore Mr Bailey I
Simpson of Olive was visiting in
this vicinity last weekMr John Car
ter and family have moved to Illinois I
to make their home I
MIL > nr > d
Mildred Feb 7R P Welsh hasc
void part of his farm to old uncleIJ
Jason Fields Price 700W K Jones rJ
is doing a hustling business with his w
now store Miss Sudle Welsh is sick 0
this weeK Miss Mary Morris basI
grip but is some better Master Ches a
ter Moore Is out again after a shortr
illness James Brumback passed thru M
here Thursday on his way to thea
depot for W R Engle Farmers are
preparing to go to farming
Lewis Hayes Is hauling staves for
the Hall Stavo CoJames H Moore 4
is planning to erect a new dwellingh
soon Corn is scarce and high InI
this part It la still soiling at 100
J per bushelThere Is considerable
talk about the congress race betwen S
Hon Caleb Powers and Hon D C
Edwards but mostly In Powers fav j
or Hurrah for Powers the man who to
served eight long years in prison
Lfct us hoar from Tyner again Luck j
to the Citizen and Its many readerst
Clover Jxittom Feb SDorn onh
Feb 2nd to Mr and Mrs Georda
Dtan a boW T Barrett of this
place sold hla farm to Calr Hall for
1200 Ca3J1Gar Hayes has gone to
Richmond on business J W Abrams
able to be out agalnJ W Durham b fl
M H Smith and H N Dean wentp
to McKee Saturday last to take the p
test examination for Census cnumer d
atorT Ii Hayes went to lcKeoH 0
the 5th on business Mr Jno Witta
Doublelick Feb 41Ir John Witt v
and wife who left here for Erlangor C
Mast Monday write back that they n
like the place fine Stanley Fowler j >
stayed here last night on his way 1
home from HooUn where ho has been tl
painting logs for the Thomas Com u
pany Tom Cruse of Clover Bottom 0
has moved to John Witts property at h
Doublelicli Juno Fowler of Berea tl
is still branding logs on Horse Lick tl
Creek Ester Stout of Berea who tl
has been visiting relatives at Eglon fo
for the past two weeks left Wednes Ei
day for home Mrs Margaret Smith n
has been sick for several days j
Huiley Feb 2lIr and Mrs Brad
ley Gabbard also Mr and Mm James
Gabbard started for Illinois Tuesday
where they will make their home
Mr and Mrs J M Colo wore the a
p guests of Mr and Mrs B H Cole b
Tuesday B H Cole has sold his w
farm to John Roberts for 13GMr C
and Mrs Sherman Isaacs visited the II
latters parents last week Jake Gab d
I bard traded his horse to Mr I Hayes
for a young mule Wiley1 Roberts
purchased a horse from Isaac Hayes
planningn to
mOo to Laurel Countysire Cynth la
Robert visited her daughter Mrs I
Ellen Isaacs today Mr Dave Hel
lard was at Harvo Coles Wednesday
1o AUJ1a
Gauley Feb SMrs Wm Centers
Js very low with pneumonia Mrs
Malla Carpenter has logrlppe Goo I
Koblnson went to Richmond last week
to sell hlf mules Kit York and son I
Sack sold their farm for 3600 tois
a Harlan County farmer They will
move to Casey County Ben Ponder
was home Saturday and Sunday from I
Berea College The Misses Mary AI
Mulllns and Lyda Bullock worn home
Saturday and Sunday from Mt Vernon
Quito a number of Red Hill L O OI
F boys went to Goochland Monday to
attend the funeral of John PhlUps j
Melvin Lunsford of Clover Bottom I
visited his sister Mrs Jeff Parker
Saturday and Sunday Wm Mobley
is working for Hone Mink In Jackson
CountyL B Lewis visited in Laurel
end Jackson last week I
Wlidle Feb 7llr Ambrose Sex
ton and Miss Sarah Myrclo were quiet
ly married Thursday afternoon Wej
wish them u long and happy life
Mr T G Reynolds Is on the sick
Jlstlfr George Peel of Jessamine
County was in this vicinity lost week I
buying borsea and mules Mr and
Mrs James AldrIch of Etawah Tenn
are visiting friends at this place
Mrs W A Coffey who has been sick
for the past two weeks Is some bet 1
toralias Samantha Fish of this I
place visited friends at Berea last t
weeklr J H Reynolds of near E
Langtord spent Sunday with his r
brother Mr T G Reynolds Sirs Al f
bert Reynolds is on the sick list
Boone Feb 7 There was meetI
ing at FalrvlQW church Sunday night
Services by the Rev CornollsonI
Tho sick in this vicinity ore all muchI
better Mr and Mrs Jess Wren
made a business trip to Berea one
day last wookIlr Pal Kldwell purchased
chased a milk cow from Jas Owens
of Clear Crookllr Robert Alcorn
of Mote passed thru this city last i
eekMr and Mrs Wilson Gatlifft
i t
of Jackson County visited Mrs Gat I
I b
and Sunday Mr Goo Lamb visited
relatives near Berea on Saturday i i
Mr Wm Gadd and Joq Lovott madeI
business trip to Berea Saturday J
Rockford Feb 7 Married on the
4th Miss Vlrgle Martin to Leonard
Hamilton They will make theirt
home in Illinois Little Howard Lin
vlllo has been very sick but is some i M
Letter Willie Stephen was in Borea
Saturday Milt McGulre of Boron I
visited J W Todd Sunday Myrtle
be out again Miss Beula ViarsII
who has been elck for some time s Ib
able to be out again Llttlo Yotta M
Gadd who has been sick is some bet Is
terllr Austin Bullen and Miss Best
ale Hamilton were married at thetJ
homo of the brider
Hyden Feb 5It is a current i e I
talk thru Lesllo County that it has j
one of the best bodies of officers Itt1
has had for some tlmo We have asM
plrlng hopes for our now superlnten 11lr i
dent of schools She Is busy in herJ1
office straightening up business and I v
searching for the best methods
prosperous school yearA Jf4
Duff the newly elected jailer Is doing I
fine work Ho is succeeding in keep I
ing things cool In town this cool j
weather R B Roberts our nowI
County Attorney Is giving special 0
attention to the welfare of the county i
pocket books He is bringing suitsn
against some previous officers for jn
the recovery of money paid them i III
part of their salaries The prevl e
tain officers Mr charges 5
e Roberta charges i sj
that the Board had no right to do j M
this during the term of office doI 11
those affected and has brought suitI is
for the difference between the oldI c
amount of money between 1000 Andd
1500 could bo very profitably usedd4
for public ImprovementsSI
Rlcetown Feb 5GrJppe Is quite Dr
common complaint hereC B Gab d
bard wan in Boonevlllo one day last I tx
week Miss Brownlee of the Cow Creek w
College Is slckDan Robinson and I Mr
Icaac Gabbard were at Idamay a few h
days agoMrs Esther Callahan Is COO
very sick Meredith Marshall was
tried in JuUico J L Gabbards court
and ton days In prison Wo have
just learned that Mr and Mrs Hayes
Intoshe of Cow Creek lost one ot
their children a few days ago Causo
of death not learned Wo ore roll
ably Informed by Mrs Ewell Wilder
that her husband has been foc
8hunUng nearly every day for
ten week and has caught two foxes
I and lost one of hla famous fox
hounds beside
Travelers Rest Feb 3Mr Hlr
I am latest and W W Wilson of Oils
place have rocntly purchased of Jas
Botnor a good farm which lies lu
the suburbs of Travelers RestA
sorloj of meetings are being carried
reThe Rev Martin and others are con
ductlug the meetings Several fitu
liedentl passed thru this place Monday
schoolI j
cro cqdbar S B Caudell has con
work a boundry of timber into I
staves and cross tiesafisl Orlena II
Cann j
dell She expects to make It her home
111 from indigestion but Is Improving II
from visiting his relatives on Lower
Buffalo AO the applicants for Cen
sus examinations are required to take I
1their examinations before the post
master of Boonevlllc Fob Cth
Tmvolcrn Rest Jan 31on last
Tuesday evening about 2 oclock the
death angel visited the homo of Mr
and Mrs Peter Hartsock and took
from them their loving son Archie
cged 19 years who had been ill with
pneumonia for about two weeks
Ills remains wore laid to rest in thoc
Peters grave yard Thursdays
Wesley Hartsock <
STimoKox I
Sturgeon Jan 31TJw death angel I a
visited the homo of Mr and Mrs j 1
Harlan Brewer and took from them
their loving little son Harrel Drov lit
er at 3 oclock Friday morning Ills
remains were laid to rest at J 1118It
Stence s his grandfather Mra Julia I
Conrad who has been sick for some
time is bolter at this wrollingRup j
pert Strong is improving It Is ex j
pooled that he will be out 8OOnWo i I
are torry to hear of Mr Sherman I
LodfoiiU death William Rico and II
Ellc Burns visited Melvin Price ono I I
day last week Gentry Gabbard I f
was a welcome visitor of Johnathan D
Hartsock last Friday night Perry
Creech has moved to hIs farm which
ho bought otJames Creech John
Chiles and family are all sick at
this writing Wm Whlckora baby j I
no better Jack Smith who hasD
been poorly for some time it bettor j
Mr Lcander BIngham of Jackson I
County mado a business trip to
Boonevillo last FridayMr Joseph
Anderson is visiting at Dr Mohaffoys
1110 HILL
Big Hill Feb 7Sunday school at
this place has gone down as Mr R
Ambrose has been very rick
Mrs Joe Recce and son Dave visited
Mrs Reeces daughter Mrs Nathan
Durham at Richmond last Sunday
Mrs Dolbart Settle and baby spent
the day at Mr and Mrs Philip Hayes
last Sunday Mr D M Settle who
has been very sick is some bettor
spent last Faturday at Mr D W Cas
teels at Mallory Springs Next Sat
urday and Sunday is JT Parsons
regular appointment at Pilot Knob
church Everybody welcome Mrs
Kate Taluru who has been visiting
relatives at this place has return
ed to Berea Mrs Rena Abney of
Fayotto County Is visiting her sis
ter Mrs Olllo Terrill who Is sick
Mr Wlllio Hayes clerked whIle Mr
Lawrence Powell attended court at
Richmond Mrs Jerry Richardson
was called to the homo of her bro
ther Mr Philips who died of typhoid i
Silver Creek Feb 7The Rev E I
Honeycut was called to Columbus I
Ohio by the lllncsa of his mother j
IW R Powell took his mules to Rloh
mend to 501lJ W Bratcher has a
nice milk cow for sale Cleave Davis
and wife of Paint Lick wore thoI
guests of Mrs J W Bratcher saturI
day night John A Lain of Dreyfus
spent part of last week with Mr and I
Mrs J W Bratcher Llttlo Minnie
Hazolwood who has a very MlnnJcI
some betterRobert Durham of j
Clover Bottom was the guest of Fred
Powell Sunday night Eldon Logs
don and Harvey Bratcher visited El I
dons father at Panola Saturday and
IItEV1 vs
Dreyfus Feb 6Mr and Mrs Eden
Baker of Panola were the guests ot
and Mrs Baker Saturday and Sun
dayJlr and Mrs James Young are
both sick Miss Leila Klmborlaln
who has boon sick is improving
r Pete Gabbard qt Indian Creole
has bought the Bunha farm for 3
recently vacated by Mr Jasper
Alexander Mr Dock Lane of Bloom
jlugton llllnolo was in our town a
few days last week Tho little son
stow of Mr and Mrs Jessie McKcney la
very 111 with pneumonia Mr Curt
Lane who had the grippe Is able to
Ibe out agnluMr and Mrs Eve Bak
er aro both slckon Jan 25th the
death angel visited the home of Ed
Bakor and took from him his most
devoted and loving wlfo Mrs Bottle
Baker Mrs Baker was a kind and
Christian hearted woman Sho was
a member of the Baptist church and
loved by all who know her She
leaves a husband and six children
We extend our deep sympathy to the
loved ones at homo Mr T H Hill I
who has been in Bloomington Illinois 1
came home and found his mineral
spring water curing the people Mr I
George Hurd one ot his closest neigh
bors has been using this great miner I
al water and it bas cured him of
VIdncy trouble and ot blood trouble I
Mr Harvo Hornsby has boon using
It and It has cured him of Intlama
tory rheumatism and also his wlfo
Mrs Horncby or rheumatism Mr Iii
mora Rucker was very bad with
stomach trouble and ho used tho
great mineral water and it has cured
him Tho little infant child ot Mr
Levi Hentley after being doctored
with several doctors In Ohio has been
urfng tho mineral water and it is cur
ing It ot fits and has cured Its
father and mother also with rhoum
Station Camp Fob 7old Uncle
Henry Reaves Is in very poor health I
at this writing Ambrose Wilsons
I other relatives In Wallacoton Mlas
I Ada Estrldgo was tho guest of Miss
Molllo Stowo of Boron last Saturday
and Sunday Mr Ebb Brockman was
tho guest of 0 B Gabbard lost Thurs
I day nlgh1O U Gabbard sold 11 nice V
bunch of shoats to Andy Davis for
eight cents per pound Miss Pearl
Urockman Is visiting her mother at
present Mr Lucian Cade who was
I operated on at Richmond for appon
dicitis is back home and doing nice
I ly Grandma Cado aged nlnotyono
I and 5 months died at her eons Mr
Jno Codas homo last Tuesday morn
ing Her remains were laid to rest
at Wallac vj Chapel Mr Jno Allen t
who has been so very 111 la ablo to
be out again
Soxtons Creek Fob 5Tho ROT
I P Motcalt and wife attended
church at Union Saturday and Sun
daylJorn to Uio wlfo of G W
Hunter a Line boy on the 28th ult
His name Is Algln LUzlo Saylor is
Blck Little Ernest Baylor is visit
Ing hla grandfather and mother
Martin and Levi Hcnslcy aro attend
ing school hereA L Clark Is rc
ItalrluR hU fence along tho road
W N Burch was on Island Creek
last Sunday Egga are 21 cants per
dozen In this vicinity J T Clark
left Thursday for Richmond with
a drove of cattlu LIUo Eater Burch
In very III with the Uirouli Marlon
Bamllln and his brother Bodo loft
hero Thursday for Clark County
where they expect to visit their sis
ter Emily Baylor Mrs Nancy J
lark is reported sick this week
Mrs Margaret McGeorgo of Island
Conllnunl on Iourth raKe l
A Family Friend
tJ Many mixtures are offered
as substitutes for Royal
None of them Is the same In composition
or effectiveness so wholesome and eco
nomical nor will make such flue food
Baking Powder
Absolutely Pure
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
baby has measles Mra Anno Click
ass tho guest of Mrs Emma War
ford SundayA Mr Horton from
Clark County was in Estill County
last wee c buying mulct Ho bought
ten or twelve on Station Camp
C Hlslo of Waco was in this Coun
ty last wok buying cattleWm Is
iaacs and Lewis Lakes have gone to
I Richmond with caltleA number ofI
farmers are putting in a lot of tile
lug on Station CampMrs Mortio
Scott ot Lincoln County Is visiting
Ion Station Camp Mrs Lewis lIyI
ner daughter Chloe and two little
I 1 boys are going to start to Jackson
County to spend a week visiting
friends and relatives A Civil Ser
vice examination of applicants for
census enumerators of Estill County
was hold nt Irvine Saturday About
twentyflvo applicants were cxamln
eclMlss Mary Moores is on an ex
tended visit with friends and relati
ves at Richmond Waco Clays Ferry
and High Bridge Thero ore some
few cases of scarlet lover in Irvine
H L Fynn of Wagorsvlllo spent
last Friday night with Clay Moorcs
Tho officers of tho Station Camp
church met last Saturday and called
the Rev Mr Anthony of Irvine to
preach it this church this year The
meeting days will be on the Second
Saturday and Sunday in each month
ruled by tho Sundays S B Gumm
la moving to Alfred Isaacs place
Paint Lick Feb iThero la much
sickness In this vicinity at present
Mr Ned Gabbard of Hurley was
visiting relatives at this place last
weokMr E O Warnlcut of Ind
lana is vlnltlng Mr Jno Cado and
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In order to make our offer still more attractive we arrange to give subscribers bargains with
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that we cannot afford to do that any more You can get all these things with THE CITIZEN cheaper I
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