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THE CITIZEN Marri) 8, 1921 East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get Nowhere Else No ei umtdmi, published mini taw la full hr ik wniar. The nam to sot for oMtrattofk, but aa aa aMara at gao faith. Writ alaialjr. JACKSON COUNTY Nathanton Nathanton, Feb. 24. Mm. J. A. Clark has been suffering for a wees or no with abscess in her side. Ja.. Lynch had a working last Friday, "it teen work hands. Quite an amount of fencing waa done. B. H. llolcomh and Jim Woods have purchased a large sawmill. They will begin a contract with Tice Hornshy, Tyner part in the lesson and help sing. Po your part to make the Sunday-school better. M. L. Watson and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry York Sunday. AT "JACKSON COINTY FOLKS E. K. S. N. Jackson county is better represent ed at the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School this year than it has Ky., where they have set their mill-been in previous years. The names recently. M. M. Caudill has declined j of those who are here now are as to move to Indiana. Miss Georgia i follows: Misses Susie Watson, Bon Lou Moore visited Miss Daisy Clark j niu Tussey, Gertrude Tussey, Elsie last Sunday. Misses Ruth and Reba Fowler, and Nannie Reynolds; Messrs. Evans were the guests of their brother, Herman Evans, Sunday. Jesse Clark and family spent Sun day with his brothfr. Everett Clark D. G. Woods spent Sunday .after noon with T. P. Caudill, Jr. Herd Herd, Feb. 25. George Amyx is very low. Mrs. John Short is in very poor health. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Farmer of Jericho, who have been visiting friends and relatives of this place for the last two weeks, have re turned home. Mr. and Mrs. Dexter Welch of Welchburg spent from Sat urday until Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farmer. Miss Martha Farmer spent last Wednesday night with Miss Icy Farmer. Doil Chad well of Chadwell spent last night with Mr. Gordon. Several of the boys attended the party at Jim Vicker last night. Neal Frost of Richmond, Ky., is visiting his brother, A. S. Frost Miss Jewell and Haxel Mc- George spent last Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Martha Murrel of Maul- den. Misses Icy Farmer and Jewell Mc George were in Maulden last Tues day. H. D. Farmer was in Tyner last Thursday. E. B. Flanery and Rob ert Akemon went to McKee last Mon day. Bond Bond, Feb. 28. We are glad to an nounce that the little son of Cirt Powell is better. There is a hope for his recovery. There is t lot of sickness in and around Bond J. T. Brewer's baby, William, is very sick. Dr. Denmon is the attending physi cian. Miss DeVleig of Annville was visiting on Pigeon Roost Saturday. Everyone was glad to see her, as she was our superintendent in Sunday school last summer. We are expect ing Miss DeVleig's help again in our Sunday-school, which will begin the first Sunday in April. Everybody is invited to attend. Leonard Moore is in school at Richmond this winter. Rev. Wm. Langdon died at Richmond in his daughter's home, and was brought back to this place for burial. He will be buried today in the York graveyard with Masonic honors. We extend our sympathy to his bereaved children and many friends. Pigeon Roost school won first prize in the community contest in this Education al Division. Annville school was second prize. Pine Grove school won first prize in county contest and Mc Kee school won second prize in the county contest. Mr. and Mrs. David York visited Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Pennington Sunday. The Bond Sunday-school is progressing nicely. Everybody is invited to attend, take Coleman Reynolds, Clarence Davis, Sylvester Little, and Leonard Moore. Harry Tussey was in school here during the rst of this term, but on account of illness he has returned home. Earl Goodman and Sulu Llewellyn, both of Jackson county, were here during the first of this year, but are not here this term. Although we are very busy with our studies and class work, we have time to enjoy various exercises, such as chapel exercises, "Saturday night" games, literary societies, etc. Among the seven literary societies on the campus about two-thirds of the Jack son county boys and girls belong to the "Utopia" and "Cynthian" socio ties. The "Utopia" has about ninety members, while the 'Cynthian' has not quiet so many. Of course, every body thinks his society is the best one, and it must be what it is thought to be by its members. There will be a debating contest between the dif ferent societies March 3. We will let you know later who won. Cole man Reynolds made a trip to Berea last Monday. Elsie Fowler is plan ning on going to Lexington in a few days with her friend, who will do some spring shopping. Miss Robert, the dean of women, and President Coates are away attending an educa tional conference in New Jersey. Al though they are greatly missed, the work here is continued just the same. Cooksbarf Cooksburg, Feb. 26 We are hav ing winter in the old fashion way now. People had begun farming, but now they are like the ground hog, gone into their dent for awhile. There is lota of flu here. A woman preacher from Tennessee has been holding a protracted meeting near Charley Scott'a this week. C. T. Thomas attended the Junior lodge at Orlando Saturday night. Alex Allen, who has been working on the rail road so long, is staying with home folks this week. C. I- Thomas if putting a rock fence around the fami ly graveyard. Ethel and Conard Thomas have something to do thest days. They have fives' pet lamb to care for. We were sorry to hear of Mr. and Mrs. Mose Mc Crew's house burning. We hop--their good neighbors will give them something. My best wishes to The Citizen readers. Mrs. Wm. Mount y, of Beattyville, will open a new millinery store here about March 14. Miss Mary Nelson will be milliner. Editor J. E. Burg her has Installed a small electric plant which is supplying the business sec tion with good lights. Mr. Burgher will in a short time extend the powe to the residential part. Drilling for oil continues along llardwick's Creek There are now two rig in operation by David Patrick of Vaughn Mill and Col. T. G. Stewart of Winchester The former experts to bring in a well in a few day at a depth of 1,500 feet. Luck and best wishes to the good old Citizen family. MADISON COINTY Tanola Panola, March I. Chester Cox, a former resident, but now of Arming ton, III., is on a visit to relatives here. Mesdames Ada Davis and Jim Atkins, after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Bicknell's, returned to their re spective homes. Mrs. Nan Tucker has gone on a visit to Station Camp. Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Ricknell and I Potts' GOLD DUST Hour is made of best wheat and by moat improved method BEST BY TEST For Sale By All Grocer Pkoe. 156.3 R. L. POTTS & SON Wkitei Static, Ky. fill his regular appointment, hut the March B, at II o'clock. Everybody janitor failt'd to bring the key to the invited. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cali church door. The preacher and co visited her mother, Mrs. Jas. Ogr, congregation repaired to the home of i Saturday nijrht and Sunday. Hiram Tom Harris and held a short serv- Bowlin, who has been sick ia some ice. Carl Iiratchrr has moved to his better, farm purchased from Rny Mainous. I ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Diiputanta Disntanta, Feb. 27. Miss Lena Shearer and brother of Clover Bot tom were visiting at the home of W. S. Shearer Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. R. T. Abney and chil dren were the guests of Mrs. O. M. Payne last Tuesday. P. W. Shearer, who was previously reported ill, is not any better. His son, Joe, of In diana was called recently and is still with him. W. W. Anglin, D. S., of Mt. Vernon, was in this vicinity Sat urday on business. H. G. Payne is working at Berea. The people of this place 'are glad to know of the safe arrival home of Mrs. Tine Williams and children of Clay Lick. Rev. H. L. Ponder filled his regular appoint ment at Clear Creek Saturday and Sunday. Quite a number attended. Oscar Owens purchased some nice hogs from W. S. Shearer last week. Ray Johnson of Berea was visiting relatives near here recently. Miss Nora Gadd called on Miss Eva Shearer Wednesday evening. G. Hol linsworth of Climax was tru here Friday. Jas. Hammonds passed thru here Sunday. Three cheers for The Citizen. Big Clear Creek Big Clear Creek, Feb. 27. Bro. Hugh Ponder filled his regular ap pointment at Clear Creek Saturday I .on, Kwell, have returned from a visit and Sunday. Miss Roena Hammond " h sunny Southland. Mrs. Na is sick. Willie Hammond and Clar- thaniel Cole continues quite ill. Also ence Abrams just returned from Rich- Roland Richardson and Mrs. Clay mond Monday. Lee Roy Wyatt is Wilson are on the sick list. Clella with relatives here this week. Bill Kindred was a guest of Minerva and Murphy and family are visiting Lark ' Myrtle Kindred Saturday night. Murphy this week. Miss Nora an i Earl Kindred was the guest of Mr. Veroa Kindred of Narrow Gap are! "rid Mrs. John Cox Saturday night. visiting friends and relatives of this! Friends hear of the marriage of Ed place. Willie Mullins is building a! ward Kindred, a former resident of new dwelling house on his farm which David Bowman will occupy soon. Willis Shearer is very sick. His son, Bob, from Ohio, who was called t" see him, returned home recently, while his son, Joe, from Blooming- this place, to Miss Nell Donson of Illinois, in which state they will re- He gave a pleasant Rook party at the house-warming Thursday night. Lloyd Powell of McKee visited friends and r.-latives here Sunday, looking after farm operations. We are shocked and grieved inexpressi bly to hear of the slur that has Iwen cast upon our beloved Berea by s.ime of her prominent citizens indiilg'ng in gambling. Many times while vis iting in adjacent counties wc" heard it remarked of Berea, our great educational and moral renter. "How GAKK RI COI NTY Paint I irk I'aint Lick, Feb. US Tom Jenn ings of lluena Vista was a week-end visitor here. Mrs. . (J. Woods and little- daughter, Dolly, and Mrs. II J. Patrick spent last week in Nicholas ville, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. K. White and Mr. and Mrs. M. G. McWhoiier.- George W. Noe and family are moving to Ashland, N. ('., on account of the health of Mrs. Noe. Jas. and John S. Idford have side. The writer regrets very mu. h n Achan in the ramp. Gambling has 11.. . . 1 . always rren me vice 01 ine ansio cracy those who worship mone., the untimely death of Mrs. Betty As bill Schramm. We knew her from girlhood, and to know her was to far that little candle throws its rented Mr. Noes farm for the coming beam. So shines a good deed in a j year. Mrs. Robert Est ridge has been naughty world." But now the "finej ill with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine gold has become dim." Fools in. Est ridge are rejoicing over the ar their lust for gidd have tainted He-1 rival of a baby girl Rodney RaU rea's fair escutcheon that proclaims ton celebraU-d Washington's hirthd.v by going over to Georgetown to see his sister, Sadie, who is in ach ton, Ind., is yet with him. Dempsiei'ove her beautiful character. We Hart was with home folks Saturday and Sunday. Best wishes to The Citizen and its many readers. OWSLEY COINTY Island City Island City. Feb. 28. A. B. Sparks, a lawyer of Clay county, was stricken with paralysis and cannot speak, D.--Homsby attending. Homer Morris has returned from King's Mill recent ly. W. Gentry of Chestnutburg has returned to the oil field in Lee county to resume his work. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Gentry of Fincastle are at Is land City holding a series of meet ings for the Holy Rollers. It was reported that Ernest Noe was shot from ambush in Rockcastle county. Mrs. Kate Bowman visited her sick aunt, Mrs. G. W. Harvey, of Blake, recently. Mrs. Harvey had a strok and make social distinction their one aim in life. Rut "Providence never sympathize with the mourners. Sher-1 nt a few men into the world read man French and Hobert French left boot, and spurred to ride and mil- , lions saddled and briddled to be rid I den by them." And lo, the seats for Illinois recently. Mrs. Thimbic Bradley, after a pleasant visit t-i home folks, has returned to Rich mond. Willie Isaacs and family are on an extended visit to relatives. Itohtown Bohtown, Feb. 28 Mrs. Melvin Garrett is sick. Mrs. Johnnie Law son and her little girl are visiting Mrs. John Henry of Ohio. Mr. ami Mrs.- Jim Neely are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Roseoe Whitlock, at White Hall.-Mrs. Isaac Bums and little Etta were in Berea Saturday afternoon visiting Miss Hope Hib bard, who has gone through an op eration at the College Hospital. Mrs. Burt Johnson is sick with heart trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Tinc- of the high and mighty are lowered .1 there. Mrs. Amie Anderson is on the sick list. Miss Cynthia I'ruitt enter tained a number of her friends at "cards" Saturday evening. White Lick White Lick. Feb. 28. Robert I- Creech, who has been at Evarts for and "their sin has found them out",Veral months, has returned home (. Berea, beloved Berea. if the Miss Parrie Clark and Mrs. Anna migmy worn tnat nave neen .lone, Clark visited at J. R. Creech's last of paralysis. Ans Peters bought the ture have moved into the house with William Lane farm and rented to Naram Sizemore of Ethel. Since oil men struck a great fountain of oil in the last well, there is considerable interest here. More complete inves tigation is being made. Mrs. Tincture's father, Jim Hignite. Grandma Gay is very sick. Miss Nella Gay, Amma Garrett and Cora j Fry spent Sunday afternoon with POWELL COUNTY (lay City Clay City. Feb. 21. Rev. Sherman Robbins held divine services at Olive Hill Saturday and Sunday. A ne v barber shop opened up lust week in the village, E. F. Harris is the pro prietor. W. Turner M.Guire, one of our leading merchants, has announc ed himself a candidate for Represen tative of the Powell and Wolfe dis trict. Tom Mounty has gone with the Gulf Refining Co., Louisville, a. traveling salesman. Mr. Mounty for merly held a similar position with the Indian Refining Co. Candidates are galore in this community, as most of the "dem'tats Leorada Creek more. Andrew Jack son, who has been visiting his mother and relatives, has gone to Ohio to work. Everett Benge and family were visiting on Housley Fork last week. in thee had been done in the modern Tyres and Sidons, the Gomorrah and Ninrvahs of our broad land, they would have repented in sack cloth and ashes. And t think that tl.ose who should have been the watchdtigs, the faithful seneschals of Berea's fair name, and sounded first a shibboleth of alarm by holding up their noble leader's hands, are the very ones who have thrown dowii their altars' and "defiled the sanc tuary." Instead of exerting their in fluence against evil thereby widening the circle of light and weakening the struggle with darkness. They have merited all the seven woes that our Saviour pronounced against the wicked cities and it shall be more tolerable for these in the day of judgment than for the gambler. Wallaceton Wallaceton, Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday night. Misses Sophronia and Susie Hounshell and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hounshell visited Mr. anj Mrs. A. !. Davis Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Walker Bryant, who has been ill. is better -Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rhodua' baby is seriously ill. Mrs. Anna Clark and Miss Parrie Clark visited Mrs. B. Davis last Friday Misa Elizabeth Creech and Mrs. H. D. Creech visited Mrs. Willie Rhodu.t last Friday Mrs. J. B. Creech is ill at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Stames are proud parents of a new baby boy-Rev. F. P. Bryant filled his regular appointment at White Lick Saturday and Sunday. Miss Parrie riark gave a social at her home Wednesday night the Ifith in honor of Mrs. Anna Clark of Car thage, HI., who has been visiting her the last two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington visited Mrs. J. D. Wynn last Friday.-Mr. and Mrs. G. Fred Shocklcy visited her mother,! Robinson attended the burial of Blue Lick Blue Lick, Feb. 28. Quite a num ber of our progressive farmers had their land all turned for corn be fore the big snow. Tobacco seems an unknown quantity in the agricultural their friends to their home Saturday schedule for this section. A diver- j night. Mr. Kidd entertained them Mrs. Jack Robinson, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Wal lace are moving to their home at Waco this week. Mrs. Charlie Goock is visiting her father, Jas. Calico. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Kidd invited sity of grain and vegetable crops su perseding it. Now, brother farmer, "Tho' losses and crosses be lessons severe, There's wit there, ye'll get there, Ye'll find no other where for the various of- Rev. Jennings of Berea came to with music while his wife had a de lightful time pulling and eating candy. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shuekley Tuesday morning and took away their little babe, hardly two month- old. Willie Rogers will preach at fices of the county have announced. our church Sunday. February 27, to the Baptist church Sunday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shocklev'a babv last week. Mrs. John Metcalf is visiting Mrs. Hud Starnes. Jona than and RoU-rt Creech attended court at 1-amaster today. ESTILL COUNTY Locust Branch IjN-ust Branch. Feb. 28. Hubert French, Clifford Ricknell and hi brother returned to Illinois last week, where they will work this year. Clark Johnson is very low with grip. Buck Hyman is also bedfast with the mumps. Leonard Rose is some (CaaUaasa ea r. tlx) Your Opportunity Cost Exceedingly Low rr J vfk ?:; t-J&XM iv?rN. , within the reach of the poor COLLEGIATE The crown of the whole Institution, which pro. fl; U v $ - 7 4 fw i-'VT;''i&Vf.;ir.-IV . , . . t vide, standard courae in .11 advanced subject. Course, lead- $ ''rXZHS ? , ' ?f&!&&&y& X ' ?Z 'mbUioU ' " mount.in. can go through Bere. tag to Classical, Scientific, Philosophical and Literary Degree.. X'V " ''tATl "''nii'S XiUZ C4,"W' ?' '? of lhe Allied Department., for $150 a year. An f f N ' T each student i. required to do some work, the above amount I. NORMAL The school which train both rural and city teach I ' 'e0'uce0' ty the amount of work performed. A student of nergy era, with special attention given to rural teaching. Equal stand- i n1 reliD',ity cn greatly reduce the cash payment by work, ing with State Normal., and graduate, are given .tat certifl- but no student may expect to work out hi. entire expenses, catea, I-year, S-year and 4-year course.. Six-year course beyond f .Vvfmt mi-st nr im .nviv j i , u . th. common branches for B.Pd. W AYMENT MLST BE IN ADVANCE and may b In cash or f I labor credit or both. ACADEMY The Preparatory course, four years', I. the straight I 1 road to College. Th English eours of tw year 1. designed I . EXPENSES FOR TUB WINTER TERM for those wbo do not expect to teach nor go through College. It I I MeB Wom rive, the best general education for thoM who cannot go further Infl!cn, I 00 f 6.00 in school. Room upkeep for the term 8.40 840 VOCATIONAL Professional courM. combined with literary ub if " D M Fr, Twr01 rAfr,1CUltUr,i Carpentry, Bricklaying, O J' Amount du. first t,f term 30JMt4 Printing, BlacWthlng. Painttaf and Comm.rc. For young 1 Board, week., du middle of term $16.80 fll.M women: Horn Science, Sewing, Nursing, Bookkeeping and Stenog- r'phy' Total for term $4T.4 $44 40 FOUNDATION SCHOOL General education in th common v S v . a . ... . a . u. . .. M , tranche, fo, .tudent. of good mental ability, above IB year, of , , F" Foundation .tudent., .ubtract $1 00 free, th ac. who hav been deprived of th. .dv.nUge. of rly Auction. i ; Incidental fee For College .tudent. addJl.OO. Ev.r, .tudent must .end $4.00 deposit In advance, otherwise, rooaa will MUSIC Cabinet Organ, Piano, Singing, Theory, Band and Or- .n not be reserved. Commerce. Stenography, Typewriting aaj cheatra. A fin opportunity to become a rood musician at a Penmanship are from 60c to $1.00 a week extr.. Mu.lt ia ls vary low eoet Ladies Hall and Mala Dining Room from 60c. to $1.00 a week extra. COST Or LIVING. By food bu.ines. management and studied economy, the Colleg U able to reduc th coal of living in Berea to tb loweet powibl figure. Th titoee ar working hard against u and tb eonUant baUla with tb high eot of all commodities la trying oaa, but thu far th Culler hu won. Tuition ia free, fneidentaj fa $8. Ml and 17 a Urn, accord i or to th eoursa taken, room and board for about $126 year and many other valuable and neeaeaary addition, to th ttudent'a achool life, lush as rynwMluaj, athlatMa, hospital and lecture art free. All atudanU fracn Uo MOuntaJm above fifteen rear of af, of rood character, studious babiU and wHIinrneas to work ar invited nod will find whole hearted wleom to Berea, but the roust roaks reservations in advacc. Write (or . Catalogue and book oi Chid Regulation, to the Coil) SacreO, MARSHALL E. VAUGHN, Bare, Koahack.