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April 14. 1921
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THE CITIZEN
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
Ni mrmTKWirirnr puMuhed unlrx tvnnt in full I nUf. Th nm
rt not fn, pul.Hrntltm, but ftfl an tTlrt. n. r f fmih. Writ plainly.
over their absent loved ones some
trow tyintt in Flanders field. Rev.
.lenninirs of Berea preached at Blue
l.i.k. Arril 10.
JACKSON COUNTY
IItrd
Herd, April ".The farmers of th'
vicinity are taking advantage of t hi."
nice weather and arc busy Fovvinir
oats. Mrs. Rebecca (ifinn ai.d
daughter Ruhy of Clements. Kan.,
spent last week with friends ntnl
relntivps tif this place.- Mr, Mary
Frost spent from Saturday un
til Monday of laf week with
her mother. Mrs. Cane Farmer at
Annvillo. Mrs. H. P. Farmer and son,
Faul, and Miss ley Fanner visited
Mrs. Myrtle Welch at Wclchburjri
Friday and Saturday of last week.
Misses Hazel McCcorire and ley Ear-;
mer of this place and Ruhy Pavid-j
Hon of Maulden attended sirKinp at;
Maulden last Sunday. Misses .Tewt ll
and Hazel MoCeorire spent Sunday
afternoon with Miss Maggie Wyrick j
Mrs. Mary Frost and daughter, ,
Mrs. H. I. Farmer, spent last Sun-1
day with Mrs. Alice Wyriek. M
Jewell Mcfieorce spent Faster with
Miss Mollie Moore of Tyner. Mr-.
Ethel McC.oorgo spent last Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Nettie Gordon.
Messrs. Thesssip Flnnery and
James I'avis attended church a' j
Union last Sunday. John Amyx at
tended church at Mt. Olive last Sun
day. Mrs. Cora Akemon and daugh
ter, Boss, were visiting at Bradshavv
last Friday and Saturday.
Hradshaw
Hradshaw, April 7. There was a
Junior Club meeting at the Smith
schoolhouse Tuesday night. W. R.
Reynolds pave very interesting talks
on agriculture club work. Sunday-;
school is progressing nicely. There
was an attendance of seventy last
Sunday, and we hope to have a larger .
crowd next Sunday. Mr. anil Mrs.
JefT Boggs spent last Saturday and
Sunday in McKee. Misses Ruth
Browringburg and Zula Norton spent
Saturday night and Sunday with
Mauda and Suda Welch. Mrs. Fan-
nie Napur, after spending a few days ;
with her father and mother at Green j
Hall, returned home Friday. Mrs.
Moore and Bobie Moore of Olin were
welcome guests at W. R. Shepherd's'
Saturday night. Jesse Anderson,
Samuel Ramsey, and Edgar Bullock ;
Were the evening guests at Hud B.
Turner's Sunday evening. Hugh and
John Bennett spent last Sunday in
privett. Mrs. Addie Smith and
Chester Spark are back from Hamil
ton, O. Kar Farmer is very angry
over someone shoooting his dog Sun
day night.
him a farm of Sam House near Rar
rott. - The prospect for fruit in this
eit ion is very disheartening, this
morning with the ice half an inch
thiik. Mr. May Robinson has bought
n tine mule for $2J.". The farmers
have been planting their potatoes and
gardening.
i ray Hawk
Gray Hawk, April 11. -Yarlv
everybody is behind with their farm
work; not many seen sowing oats.
M'ss Lola Bingham is paying home
folks a visit for two days this week.
Those doing jury duty, serving a'
McKee from Gray Hawk are, .1. II.
Beeley and J. P. Bingham. The,
grand jury returned about sity in
dictments, mostly for whisky and
stilling. The big clinic at Gray
Hawk, held by lr. R. H. Cowley and
Pr. I.. J. Godbey, was quite a suc
cess. There were quite a minibc
had their tonsils taken out and ad
enoids. All are well and gone home, j
Come again, Pr. Cowley. The si hool
at Gray Hawk has been a success
this year. The school, thru good at
tendance, has received a bin ket of
tine candy, which will be distributed;
at the big agriculture meeting the
sixteenth by W. R. Reynolds, our j
county agent. Mrs. Beckey N'eeley
was paying Mrs. James Bogley a
visit Saturday nitht.
Bobtnsn
Bobtown, April 11.--The spr'i'
days brought a snow storm Sunday,
followed by a freeze which did nr I
damage to fruit and garden. M -'
people around our vicinity are tin i
sowing oats and grass. Grand""!
Gay is -tiIl on the sick list.- 1'. I'
Binge and family were visiting
Infter's parent" on Red I.ick Satun! iv
nii-ht. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim No. 'v.
Mrs. .lack Neely and ihildren si"1'
Sunday with Mr. and Mr. ls.ru
Burn. Miss Cora Fry is staving in
Berea with Mrs. Scale.-H. K. M.
Keehan, whose eye sight failed l.ie
two years ago, is ah'o to stir al -u'
again. John McKechan. our hu-tli' i:
farmer, is doing lots of fencing th is
spring. Charlie Neely has gone t
the mountains, stock Inlying. M'
Isaac Burns is on the sick list, fdd
Pawson has been visiting home folks.
Of late seems like moonshining is a''
the go around somewhere from the
way boys have been acting for a few
Sundays.
Robinson of Orlando, Mr. and Mrs.
Mat Singleton, Mrs. Virgie Single
Ion, and Mr. I.ognn McGuire were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. T.
Thomas Sunday. The peach crop
wdi i. lanure I this part, owing
(, the heavy frosts which have
visited u.- Mrs. C. I,. Thomas has
been suffering with neuralgia for the
past month.- Friends of Sam Nelson
of Jackson county wore sorry to
hear of his death. Mis. l.ellit MinK
of Livingston is spending this week
with her father and mother, Mr. and
Mrs. S. S. Griffin. - Mrs. Rosa Al
corn is in very poor health at this
writing. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mc
Guire visited Mr. MiGuire's mother,'
Mrs. Imis Owens, of pry Fork Sun
day. ' i
THE COOK SMILES
The cook i all smiles.
The bread is light and gav,
A sack of Potts' Gold Dust Flour
Made them get that way.
Phone 156-3
For Sale By All Grocers
R. L. POTTS & SON
Whites Station, Ky.
Carico
Carico, April 11. We are having
some of the coldest weather for the
season. It snowed on the 10th here1
to beat everything. Mr. and Mrs. !
Lillie Smith and daughter, Hazel, and
Miss Ethel Roberts of this place
were visiting at W. H. Evans from
Thursday till Sunday. Mrs. John
Summers is still very poorly. Sani
Roberts has been catching some fine
fish of late. There will be preaching
at Flat Top on the last Saturday in 1
this month and on the first Sunday in
May by Brother James Lunsford; all
coine, as Brother Lunsford is an able
talker.-Mrs. Carl Fisher of Con- j
nersvillo, Ind., is visiting her sick'
mother, Mrs. Lucinda Summers, at
present. Lee Tincher has purchased
MAIHSON COl'NTY !
Blue Lick :
Blue, I.ick, April 5. Many farm
ers of this section who had their,
fields plowed are now harrowing the!
ground, as the recent rains packed;
the soil so as to render it solid. !
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bratcher visited
their brother-in-law, Wm. Ballinger j
at Wildie. Saturday and Sunday of j
last week. Quite an . enthusiastic)
meeting in the interest of the Sunday-school
was held at Blue Lick on i
April 4. Mr. Christopher of Bon a j
College, accompanied by Miss Chris
topher anil Miss Franklin, a student I
from North Carolina, succeeded in '
getting pledges from those present j
to increase the attendance to onel
hundred by May 1, which is "Go to
Sunday-school Pay" all over the
land. Joe Lewis, a representative of
the Silver Creek Sunday-school, gave
a talk which stimulated to endeavor
and left no doubt as to his ability
as a booster in Sunday-school work.
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Johnson are
gone on a motor trip visiting friend
and relatives in Ohio. Sherman Ste
wart is working in I'igg Hollow at
the lake. T. J. Flannery and W. F
Johnson motored to Richmond today
to attend county court. In these
days when irreverence for sacred
things seems a marked characteris-j
tic of the rising generation a custom j
wholly incompatible with patriotism
is the flagrant vaunting of the insig
nia of loyal and hemic service the
uniforms worn by our soldier boy
during the war now being worn to
tatters by aliens, conscientious ob
jectors and ineligible who never gave
a thought of respect or appreciation
to the noble, heroic service of those
who made the tragical sacrifice while
wearing those blood-stained gar
ments. They should be kept as
souvenirs of those dark days whenj
mothers prayed, wept, and agonized,
Walnut Meadow
Walnut Meadow, pril 1 1.- Tl
sudden col,) spell yesterday and la-t
night mod very severe, after
many days of warm weather. - Cecil
L-g has mumps: also Mary Flia
Vaughn has them. Miss Torrill''
pupils are few in numlcr owing to
mumps and other diseases. l'rof.
Flam of Berea College spent Sunday
with Luther Ogg. Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh Campbell have moved to the
t'reech farm and are "old folks at
home" now. Charles Anderson spi n'
a few days recently at the home of
his son near Riihmond. Sunday was
a day of celebration in the Og"
neighborhood, it being the anniver
sary of W. A. Ogg. T. M. Ogg, and
Mrs. ("has. Anderson, their sister '
birthday. Each year they afl meet
at one of the three homes on Sunday
nearest April S. This year tho happy
occasion was at the home of Tom, who
was .11, W. A. ."'!, and Mrs. Anderson
4!t years, respectively. But three good
dinners together and imagine it, if
you can. There were twenty-six of
the family present. Mr. York, a visi
tor at the home of W. T. Anderson
of Richmond, came over with them
and Mr. and Mrs. James; one nthe '
visitor was Prof. Flam of Berea.
Pisuutantii I
Pisputalita, April !'. The farmers
are busy plowing in this vicinity,'
getting ready mostly for a bumper
corn aid potato crop instead of so
muih tobacco crop. We are glad they
are opening their eyes to the real:
fact of farming. Mrs. A. C. Hart!
and daughter, Myrtle, and Mrs.J
Eliza Hammonds and Miss Ma Ham-j
monds of Big Clear Creek were visit-
iing Mrs. W. S Shearer and daugh
ters Tuesday.- Elijah Abney of this
place motored to Berea Friday. Bid
YanWinMe of Big Hill was in this
vicinity ore day last week. W. H.
Thomas was in Berea Friday. Mrs.
Relva Proud of Indianapolis hus re
turned home, after spending a few
wet ks with relatives here. Curt Kel
ley was in this vicinity on busines
last week.- Mrs. C. C. Thomas of
Harts spent Wednesday night with
relatives here. G. V. Owens of Mt.
Vernon was in this part last wool;
on business. Mrs. Lucy Witt of
Sand Gap was isiting relatives here
last week. Mrs. J. K. Hammond of
Big Clear Creek spent Sunday with
Mrs. Sam Coffey. W. S. Shearer was i
training his young filly last week and,
got hurt very badly.
line of supervision. No fTort has
been lost by our county Mipcrmti lid
etit II. F. M inter, and the tea, hers of
the county in general. We are gla I
to annum ee the fact that Mr. Cor
nelisoti has been appointed to t'o
same position again, -o vvc are look
ing forward to a more swtossf ,1
school year that is con ing th in for
tho past year. With bc-t wihe '
Berea College and Tho I'ltieti.
OWSLEY OI'NTY
Island City
Island City. April II. The widow
of old ui i le Niik Brewer, near Roy
al Oak, is aid to Is' in r heal'h
at pre-etit William Rain- went t
Ida May this week. C Be, km 1'
has rented the Sanl,!a Refers farm.
The tie n an made a trip to
City this week and ilspeited tho
peoples' tiis. Circuit Court will con
votie at Main hesfer the third M n
dav of this month. Green Siegletoti
of Sexton ('reek cnt his -ul.-trip
tit hi to The Citien recently. Who
will be the licit one" The I'tpott i
that W. M Mays font , I a -t iM worm
a few days ago in the house of t'lai
ton Gen'ry near Blake William
Blake Sein passed thru our p'a
Saturday, onroute to E'hel on Ui-i
floss.
house of Mrs. Nannie Lee at l,nwrl!.
Miss Mary hilders entertained
lumber of f i lends Sunday night. -hitilcy
Hall spetit Monday night with
hi- father, II. II Hall. Hue Pan
and wife from Ohio lire visiting Ins
mother and sister at l-oWell. The
llour null and n,tp at Paint I.ick
was burned down Wednesday nigh:.
T. R. huhlniati's store, which has
been t losi il for unite a while, has
never opened yet. Mrs. Nannie !..
n turned home fioni Ku hmotid, wher.'
she has Loon staving for tpnte n
wlu'e. M;s- A lio Pewter otitettam
ed a numliei of fiutuls Sunday.
s u i n it 1 1 ks
Keep things fitly ; don't allow nihil-h
to a, ,1111111 at,' anywhere in the
house or i. car it
If yon kt i p -illy iloths, put thei.i
into a metal box or mil with a cover.
If you lea in that anyone is kovp
i' g oily lags outside of metal con
tail'tts, it is your duty to report it.
i..i,'t piV tit ad leaves against any
thing that will burn. They some
tin, e- ignite of themselves.
Bury leans; don't burn them.
por.'t hale t Id pus-es of llllllbet
tlut'cring up lour basement. Have
tin in tut up it to kindling and then
piled in a ptopt-r pane.
Bark Road
Bard Road April t. We are hav
ing some fine spring weather; peo
ple are busy plowing. I. O. Jones,
who has been on the sick list for some
time, is still improving. Mr. ami
Mrs. Ray Benge have moved to the
John P. lake's place vacated by Bud
Crutcher. Claude Bucket is building
a new house at the Schifflot place on
the Bark Road. Kale Cumin and
Anna Layne were the guests of
Sarah Penny Saturday night. Susie
Kindred and kids spent last Sunday
with Susie Powell.
Rockford
Rockford. April 11.- Mrs. Arcn
Beaty and little son, Arvill, of Berea.
visited hrr mother, Mrs. Win. Mc
Collin, Saturday anil Sunday. Rev.
Ovorhey tilled his regular appoint
ment at Macedonia Saturday and
Sunday.--Mrs. .1. M. Bullen visited
H. E. Bullon Saturday night and
Sunday.- Paisy and Everett Todd vis
ited at Wilburn Gatliffs Saturday
night. Gertie ami Hazel GatlitT were
at Rockford Sunday night.-John M.
Bullen was with his uncle Jessie
Sunday. We are having a very coll
spell at this writing-, which wilt dam
age the fruit. Success to The Citizen.
F.STIII COl'NTY
Locust I'.r.inth
locust Branch. April II. M -s
I ena Freni h and sister were the
guests of Miss Mario Gentry Sun
day. Jeff Gentry an I . .1 Ruhard
son made a biisint -s trip to Rn b
i lontl Saturday. Claude Oliver is
putting up a new house at tin1
writing. The Rev. C. C Isaac filled
his regular appointment at Knob
Lick Saturday night and Sunday
There was a large crowd present.
Th people at this place have begin,
to farm some. We fear a'l the fruit
is killed by the freeze. Mrs. Geo.
I it in h ami granddaughter are mak
ing a visit to the former's son in
Madison, m ar Kit hniond.
I , k,-t p him at home at night a
woman in Wisconsin Naight her hus
band a private stiil, and now he is
in gaol for ii-mg it. For the nex"
six months she will at least hale the
Mitisfat tioti of knowing where the
"old man" is spending his event! g.
ROCKCASTLE COl'NTY
Cooksburg
Cotiksburg, April If. On account
nf sickness the writer wishes to say
that tho Cooksburg news has been
delayed. The farmers are getting
busy arountl here. Lots of oats have
boon sowetl; C. T. Thomas has sowed
ten aires. The singing at Cave
Ridge is progressing nicely with a
Mr. Kelly as teacher.- Mrs. Ellen
Threelinks
Threolinks, April II. A protract-
ed meeting has just closed at the
Christian church at Sycimnre.
Farmers are progressing nicely, but
at present it looks as if tho agrieut
tural activities would be set back for
possibly a fortnight, t aused by th
present snowing. R. O. Cornelius, a
Berea student who was county su
pervisor and attendance officer.
promised as an incentive to g I at
tendance a bucket of candy to the
school of Jackson county that ha I
the largest percent of attend; j , c j
based on census. This pi i.e was
awarded the Johnson school, taught
by .1 I.. Jones, attendance being loo
percent. The attendance of the pul -lie
si hot, Is of Jackson county has
been decidedly bettor for this lat
year than before. Mr. Corneli.son
has proven great ability along the
CLAY COl'NTY
Malrom
Malcom. April !. Matt Penning
ton and wife spent Sunday with G
W. Browning. John L. Pennington
and family started to Georgia Mon
day. Mrs. Rebecca Browning is
very poorly. Mrs. Sarah Lay left
here on her way to Pine Hill. Tom
Coffey made a business tiip to Man
Chester Monday.-- Victor Browning
was visiting his home folks Saturday
and Sunday. Mrs. Lizzie Penning
ton went to Stringtown Saturday.
Eggs are l" cents per dozen. Chick
ens aie i cents per pound.
G AKK Mill CO I NTY
Lowell
Lowell. April II Wash Hall re
turned home Saturday night from
Harlan county. - Miss Colestia Mall
spent last week with her brother,
I inley Hall, and family at West
Irvine. Burnam Mare has rented ttv
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