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November S, 1921
THE CITIZEN YK Seven East Kentucky Correspondence News You Get . Nowhere Else NwrTMwtlrr i uhlitt4 art stanrd hi lull l? tto rttr. Thasama I mat for rut I m no, bat m an OTHtmraof rrad faita. Writ alainlr. JACKSON COUNTY Drip Rock (Too late for pill)lTtil- lavt work) . ... . urtp kock, ixi. z'j. we are nav. in some rain todav.-Most of the farmers in thia vicinity are gatherlnf rorn.-TVI Isnars. Roy I,.acs an.l Rov Williams took 'conn h.t last night hut did not have murh luck a. they lav by a tree all nght. thinking rr"VPr " ranroeic every Utcv hnd coon up It, and when dny- Morday night Everybody come, light came, they had nothing. Dan, 1 Aloor-.'D. C. Alcorn and A. D. Cof-i McKee fey are repainting the 0.ld Fellows' McKee, Oct. 31.-IIrry Collier left hall at Drip Rock. Misa Fl ssie Cof- tha morrlng to accept a government fey la still on the sick 1st Isaac p.ition ln lUrrodsburg. Mra. Sir Fowter, of Wind Cave, spent Wednes- ,h Rnnill,y( who has been sick for day n'ght with Mr.. and Mra. Gentry .,r. weeks with rheumatism. If lake. rail ard Hnnnah Isaacs spent ro befer There was a very large Tuesday Pifht with Mrs. Affle Rich-crowj town Saturday to hear Gov. ardson. William Chrstopher Moore, of this placa called on Miss Dovle, Jones of Wind Cave, Sunday. ic erhy Knob Kerbv Knob. Oct. SI. Rev. Hudson of Berea came out to ho d servi-es , at this plare Sunday, but as he failed to come Saturday n ght, hia ap," "' ' sentry, pointed time, there was no crowd nd M hlnv won th ri or, gathered for Sunday.-Rev. Lambert th' DMt n,",kd 'ou',,, "P, Is holding a series of meetings at "tl "Little Bo Peep and Little White Spring this week, beginning I ny B,,"'" ' the pies j Saturday night We hone much good I "mountd ftv'r thirty-live dollars.) may be dore.-Rev. Lambert andTha P" wl to help buy aj Harden held a meeting at Owaley piary for the high school D. 0. Fork church last week with one ad dition to the church. Herbert Powell, while rut aquicjul hunting a few davs ago, accidentally let his gun far", shootirg h'msalf thru the leg. He is bow In the College Hospital at Berea in a serious condition. Oran Click, of Cottonburg, Madison eonnty, visit ed h's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Click, a few days last week, accom panied by a friend. Green Parsons. Walter and Herbert Click have g-ne;on Rranamai is renorted better. to Lexington with a load of potatoes and 'motnsses. We have a poor crop of Irish potatoes this year in this part of the country. Uncle John Lane vhited his daughter, Mrs. J. R. Click. Grandma Click has been poor ly for a few days. Aunt Marv Englc, who received serious injures by a fall about three wrvka ago, is slow ly Improving. She is with her son, S. A. Fngle. A rew baby has been recently horn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Funico Mc Kinney. Myrtle Click, after spending two months with home folks, left October 18, for In dianapolia, IrL, where she is plan ning to spend the winter Our Sunday-school is now at 2 p. m. Every body come. Sinking VaMey Sinking Valley, Oct. 29 Mrs. El len Coyle. who has been visit'ng her parerts at Red Lick, has returned -home. Mrs. Deamie Isaacs is very ill with heart troub'e Mrs. Cinda Covle ia very ill with fever. There will be church at the Sinking Vallev achon)hone Sunday. The preacher will be Marcus Isaacs. Eunice Mc Klnney and wife have a fine baby girl; her name la Gladys. Mrs. Su sie Ki-dred, wh'i has been visiting her relatives here, has returned to Tanola Suit Miltnn, from Berea, has been here on a business trip Mrs. , Nannie Isaacs visited Mrs. Deamie Isaacs Thursday. Lots of nice weather in thia vicinity. nerd Herd, Oct 29. Mrs. Stephen Farmer and daughter, Icy, were In Gray Hawk last Monday to see J. B. Farmer, who Is sick. Messrs. Clsr ence and Robert ard Mises Fa-sle and Lizzie Farmer spent last Satur day nirht with the'r aunt Mrs. Dex Ur Welch, of Web hburg There was ; church at Mt. Gi'cad last Friday Saturday, and Sunday by Rev. Ferral, and Rev. D. S. Smith, of Annville, preached Sunday. There was a larFe crowd out to hear him. Mr. and Mrs. ! Chasteen was disappointed in his an Harrison Chadwell, Mr. and Mrs. ' ticipations, but as his neighbors and Jett'e Bowles, of Chadwell, took din-1 friends, we are glad for our own ner with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon last sake that he did not get to sell. We Sunday. "Aunt Huly Neely" has 'could ill afford to lose such estima been visiting her nieces. Mrs. Arman- ble people of our commun:ty. Roy da Farmer and Mrs. Nettie Gordon, B'unton and Lloyd Powell, of Hamil this week Misses Pearl and Maggie .ton, O., were recent guests of Joe Wyriik and Venter Smith took din- M. Powall Clolla Kindred spent the THE COOK SMILES The cook it all smile, The bread is light and gar, A tack of Potts' Gold Dust Flour Made them get that way. ner with Ming Jewell McGcorge last Sunday. Miss Icy Farmer made flying trjp to Mauldcn Thursday af terronn. Mr. and Mr. Ri'ev Simp ann worm ttia'ttnir at Pliaa fintnrdatf - - - nr'1 'ny.-. S. McGe.rge. of thin, HC"' hnH n,,, his tnTm to R- IL F ' Flias.-Fintev Tonic, of T'nn,l"n ,m,k dinnpr Tuesday with, his ,,nc'' Stephen FarmerThere Is Morrow apeak. Miss Lucille Collier , T;,itintf nom. f,,. fnr , few dav. She is a student at S. B. M. S.. Lon don. Grace Sparks, a trained nurse from Harlan, 'a visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks. The Ital ,oww"' P" nA P "uPPr tnat WM ned " the hih w-ho0' Collier Is spending a few days In In diarapolis, Ind., thia week. Mr. and Mra. R. B. Reynolds, from Tyner, visaed re'atlves in town Saturday and Sunday. ROCKCASTLE COUNTY Wildie Wild'e. Oct. 31. A number from here attended the agricultural fair at Mt. Vernon Saturday. Uncle Harri- Mra. Pearl Troctor, Mrs. Add s Lewis and children and Mrs. Bessie Coffey and children spent Saturday with aunt Lydia Coffey. Misses Sadie Par sons and Argie Dots on attended church at Hummel Grove Sunday A number of young folks gave a birth day surprise to Miss Orlie Dotson, Sunday evening. Gamea were p'ayed and Henry Gadd and James H. Reyn olds gave some fine music on violin and banjo, after which refreshments were served. All report a nice time. Disputanta Disputanta, Nov. 1. We are hav- irg plenty of rain in this viclnitv this week. Most everybody around here is atted:ng the revival meeting that ia being held at Clear Creek church by Rev. VanWinkle and Rov. Hnrdln. Everybody la invited to come out and hear them. Every thing la quiet and peaceable. Rev. Ponder has resigned his pastorshin here and the church met last Satur day and railed Rev. Lewis Van Winkle, of Narrow Gap, for their nnstor. We did regret to give up Rn. Ponder as he had been with us for nearly nine years, but we wel come Bro. VanWinkle) heartily Lar kin Murphy and family have moved to tbe A. T. Abney place M'ss Sal- lie McIIone, of Big Clear Creek, spent th(l ww,),.pn with Mia Anna Row- lett Mrs. Wilburn Gatliff. Sr., and daughter, Denia, of Rock ford, were dinner guests of Mrs. Joe Gatliff. Sunday. Success to The Citizen. MADISON COUNTY Psnola Panola, Nov. 1 Mrs. Cornelia Chrismnn and Mrs. Jeff Gentry were meats of Mrs. Dr. Best at Bere recently. Mrs. Gentry had some dentist work done while there. J. G. Chasteen called off his sale on the 27th Inst., after offering his farms, which failwl on account of the slump in prices to bring what he could af ford to take. We are sorry that Mr. I For SU ByrAli Grocers R. L. POTTS & SON ;wkit Sutiu, Ky. week-end with home folks. She Is 'delighted w th the school at the E. K. S. N. Wallace Chrlsman visited his sister, Mrs. Wasburn, a recently returned missionary from Afr'ca. I The Rev. J. W. Richardson ard wife i were In Lexington Friday buying: pood. The Rev. Columbus Isaacs I has been holding a series of meet ings at Reaver Pond church. Mrs. J. A. Bickne'l ard little grand daughter, Anne Christine Ahnev, and faster H. G. Rirknell have returned from a vis't to Rei'twille. Thev were accompanied hme bv Floyd Ahrev f'ir th week-e -d The boa-d of directors of the Tannla ard Rod Lick turnpike were ca'led together Saturday and decided to Int contracts to the lowest bidders on Saturday, November B, at 2 o'clock, at the store ef J W. R'cha-dsnn. We are all anxious to see the work begin. The I'ttle irfant daughter of Mr. anj Mrs. Clav Wilson has been christen ed Geneva. Mrs. Nan Tucker, of Station Tamp, was the recent guest of her daughter, Mrs. Joe M. Powell. Harts Harts, Nov. X, After a number of pretty davs October ended with a -ain, which was needed very much. R. E. Gadd, who has been sick, is better. Mrs. Mary Gsbbard and siter, Bett'e Johnson, and Mrs. Sad dler, of Paint Lick, visited Mr. and Mra. R. E. Gadd Miss Kae Lake and W. M. Malimat attended church at Clear Creek Sunday. Samuel Robinson has sold his plare to Jerf Garrett Garrett will move soon. There will be a community banquet Saturday Hirht November 5. All come and let's have a good time to gether at the rural school buldlnr, Harts Settlement Mrs. Roily Davis went to Richmond last week on busi ness. Jim Barrett had a nice, good horse to die D. C. Pullins. of Pine ville, stopped over to see his grand daughter, Mijs Nellie Gertrude Lake, Monday T. J. Lake made a business trip to Jackson county recently. Younger Norris, of Richmond, visit ed friends at Uiis place Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Combs, of Berea, were at this place Sunday. Chrismaa Ridge Chrismas R;dge, Nov. 1. Several from this place attended the pie sup per at Silver Creek last Monday night and all reported a nice time. Miss Lillie Hatfield visited with her father and mother the last of the week Mr. Engram, who has been sick for some time, is slowly improv ing. iMrs, Mat Golden, of Winches ter, has been visaing w'th her brothers. G. W. and W. M. Bratcher. Mrs. Bertie Hackett was called to Brush Creek on account of the death of her father, Mr. Anderson. Arm on Neely is about to complete his rew dwe'ling, which is very nice. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Carrier visited with Mr. and Mra. Campbell, near Walnut Meadow, last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sheard Baker spent last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bratcher. Mr. and Mrs. narry Bratcher were visiting w'th Mr. ard Mrs. Bud Hatfield at Lancaster. Miss Nannie Powell has been s!ck. She had her tonsils taken out at the Robinson Hospital last Tuesday, but is getting along nicely now. Wallareton Wallace ton, Nov. 1 Lee Young and Miss Lucy Johnson were dinner guests at Mrs. William Wallace's Sunday The B. Y. P. U. Is progress ing nicely at the Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. John Guinn and rh:l dren spent Saturday night and Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Guinn. The Junior Agricultural Club gave a Halloween entertainment at the schoolhouse Monday night Every one enjoyed the program, but we were sorry to hear that it w'll be the last one for thia year The re vival meeting will begin at the Meth odist Church Thursday night at 6:30, with Rev. C. S. Vogel as preachor. Everybody is invited Mr. and Mrs. Morris Calio and baby visited home folks Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Grant Trulett and family have moved to th house recently vacated by Luther Lake Mr. and Mra. Best and chil dren, of Berea, vls'ted Mrs. II. O. Lamb, Sunday. GARRARD COUNTY liOwell Lowell. Oct 31. Mrs. Lena Brown and children near Wh'tes Stnrlon are visiting her aunt, Miss Kmina Kindred at this place. Ezra Wh't taker, from Panvil'e, spent Su"dav nirht with his uncle, Roscoe Wh't taker Joe Turner and family, from Lancaster, spent Sunday afternoon with W. M. Childers and familv. Brutus Tudor and rttle son, from Prearhersville, spent Sunday night and Monday with H. II. Hall-Miss Ruth Boian, the little daughter of Joe Boian, who has had pneumonia, is able to go to school again. Bur nam Moore and wife rented part of Mrs. Maggie Kuhlman's house at this placa and tnoved Thursday W. R. Reyno'ds and family, from Tyner, are visiting his brother, Mr. Tresdway, at this place Several from this plare attended the school fair at Lan caster Sa'urday and Gum's Chapel School won the pr'ze for marching. i . CLAY COUNTY Nina Nina, Oct. 31 Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Pendlrt n visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harden, Sunday. People are gettirg bu?y gathering corn. Mrs. A. J. Kidd spent rno night Int werk with Mrs. A. C. Matlock The report s thut dir'h'lieria has bf'kon out In the Rridshnw school. Mrs. J. E. Wh'tlcd and Mrs. Dcw;e Anderson v'sltfd Mrs. Nace McLear, Thursday. Mr. and M'S. Willie Ardorsin vis ited st Andy MatWk's, Sunday week. Mr and Mn. Sidney Baker visited her father, J. M. Long. Snturdw. "'"eral a't'nded the sale st Mrs. Belle Biker's Saturday. Charls Chester, t'ic baby of Mr. a-d Mrs. , Andv MsiUck, who has been quite ! sick, is better Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson visited M. L. Fletcher. S'tn- day Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Coffey visit "d rt A'dy Matlock's last Thurs day. Mr. ard Mrs. Pearl Anderson visited Lonzie Coffey Sunday week. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kidd, Mr. and Mrs. Edward East, Mr. and Mrs. Will Creech, Pearl Anderson and Charlie Moherly visited Mr. and Mrs. Andy Matlock, Sunday. The revival just closed at Bethel. Bro. Bowman cor dinted the meeting. Good luck ' to The Citizen and its many readers. OWSLEY COUNTY Island City Island City, Oct 31 Several from this place went to McKee the 29th to hear Governor Edwin P. Morrow address the people in the interest of j Hiram J"hnson, who is th nominee of the Republican party for Circuit Judge. Since the Primary the peo ple seem to be ready to express them selves for the nominees, both Demo crats and Republicans. Other proof has come out recently to substanti ate more fully that Evan Smith shot Robert J. Bowman from ambush on the first day of June, 1920. The November election is drawing near, wh'ch wi'l decide who are the people's choice and who will serve the people for the next term of office. We ask for qualified men who will look after the peace and dignity of our com monwealth. Miss Letha Bingham, of Roanfork, has measles; several have been exposed. Robert J. Bow man has gone to Bond this week do ing repair work; will probably not return until the close of the week. Frank Moore, who has been in Ows ley county visiting friends and rela tives, has returned to his home at Bond recently The Bureau of War Risk Insurance has granted Harlan Hudson a pension. Homer Morris, of this place, was married to a Miss Hoskirs, of Big Creek, Clay county. He and his bride are with his par ents at this place at present John Hoskins, oi lilake, has moved on the land of Lee Blake for the coming year. A Miss Roberts, of Leslie county, addresred the people at Wal nut Grove Wednesday in the interest of her father'i. race, who is a csndi da'e for Circuit Judtre of the 33rd Judicial District of Kentucky. JACKSON COUNTY SCIIOOL NOTES Tcoples, Oct 31. Last week, end ing October 28, was of much inter est. First we visited Miss Gertrude Tussey's school at Flat Top. The school was under good control. Ev erybody seemed to be pleased with Gertrude's work in the school. Bob Taylor made a talk along the line of a child's duty to home and school, wh'ch interested the entire crowd. Next we visited the Morris school, beirg taught by Homer Cox. Mr. Cox certainly had a fine school every pupil present Mr. Taylor ad dressed the community and ended by saving what one school has done an other may do. Next we visited Cave Spring, Miss Susara Schults is teaching. Here every pupil was straight on his or her seat. The distrVt is proud of Miss S.chultz. Mr. Taylor mado an interesting tulk at Cave Spring. Next we visited Miss Gertrude Simpson, teacher at Big Hill. This school was full in attendance. This is Gertrude's first school, but we fe '1 1 she will do good work at this place. Bob Taylor also mado a ta'k here In rgeard to the need of better schools and more work. Next we visited Long Beach being taught by Zella Dean. This was one of the best schools we visit ed. Mr. Taylor made a drawing on the board and explained to the pu pils that tobacco was at the top round of the ladder and education near the bottom in Kentucky. Friday tvenlng we visited Prof. John Smith, teacher at Sand Gap. One could see as soon as he entered the room, the school spirit was ln this school Nice pictures were on TO THE We wish to announce that the New Svstem Haktry is now open tinder new manage ment. We w ill carry, at all tirrit s, a full line of Home-made Bread, Rolls and Pastry. Wt trill appreciate your patronage. NEW SYSTEM BAKERY Bert Howell, Manager BEREA Berea College Hospital Best Equipment and Service at lowest Cost. Wards for Men and lor W or ten. Sun-Huriur, Private Rooms Hatha, Electric Service. Surgery, Care in Child-birth, Eye, Nose and Ear GENERAL PRACTICE Come in s;iJ visit an establishment, which is a Iriend In need, and in reach of all the people. Rosrsr H. CowLtv, M.D., Physician Hasi.am DiDi ry, M.D., Hhvsicisn t'tASL B. Hoavc, M. I) , Physlcsn Minn F.lizahrth L. Lcwi, R. N., Superintendent Miss Nbll GAsnasi, R. N., Head Nurse CHANCE IN RATES Rates fur hoard and room ol private patients will be $ij to i$ per neek: fl to to $4.uu per dav. The rates for pat) end cared for in the wards i jo per day. By Order of Prudential Committee. Berea College BUT IT CAN'T! not lone ago that if the big city its readers as those of the country, it could have a tnree million circulation. " But," the editor added, significantly, " It can't That is why the country newspaper, which has had Us doom sealed sprain and again, continues to go on because of its inti mate, personal appeal to its readers. Abe Martin says that ex cept for a temporary chairman, there is nothing under the sun so, hard to nop as a country weekly, and he ia right The country and small town see the value and need of their own little news paper and so they will not see it die. "Subscribe for your home tewn paper week" has been set for November 7-12 to remind as forcibly as possible the folks of the home town and the home town folks who are many miles away of the big service which the home town paper renders. Subscribe for Your Home Town Paper Week, Now. 7-12 FOUND HOME PAPER IN HEART OF THE ROCKIES And Through It Psddlcr Learned That Family He Had Known for Fif teen Years Ware His Relatives. 1'ubllKlilng a country newspaper re minds nie of toeing a pebble Into the ocean. We never know how far the circles which It sets In motion will reach," snld Wlllltson Manley. publish er of The Plalndealer of Canton, N. YH the other day, lu speaking of "Sub scribe for Your Home Town Taper Week," which Is to be observed the country over the week of November 7-12. "I had a good reminder of this not long ago," he went on. "One duy there pieared In the Plnliideuler olttce a short, stubby, ro bust man of prohably sixty. I knew ttie minute I saw him that be had come In from the big outdoors In some section. He told me thafhe had taken the paper. for many years," probably forty, ever since he had left Canton, v. here he was born. He told me where I would find the paper going, and I found It. HU post office was in a little town way out In the Rockies. He t-u id he had come back to the old town to live. He paid what he owed and a year over for good measure, and then he Mil ilown and I knew something was coming. Forty Ytara In the Mountains. "'Say,' said he, 'newspapers- are treat thliigi). You can never tell what they are going to do for you. I have Uien a peddler out in the mountains for forty years, making my trips, me and the little burro, about once In six months. There were a lot of long Jumps between houses. For fifteen years I had been going out of my trail, about live miles to one side, to sell to s family that had moved In. You set rather well acquainted with the walls; the house was well deco-l rated. We feel that this Is near a1 model school. , t. (Sigr.ed) K. O. Cornelius, I Attendance Officer PUBLIC KENTUCKY The editor of a na tional magazine said newspaper could get as dose to people" Tf you see 'theui one fo six months for that long, SO when I got there one afternoon snd didn't And anyone home Just the door unlocked as sll doors were there I went In anc made myself comfortable, and when supper time enme I didn't hesitate about hunting around tor grub. Apt while I was doing It I found a copy of the Plalndealer on the kitchen shelf aud one or two more around Ox house the Plalndealer, mind you, the paper I was taking right from the old home town I And I wondered wa these flftecn-year-old friends of mlae were. I suddenly realized we haJ never talked over our pedigrees any. "'When the family got home that evening I aked questions, and what do you thlnkf that wife was a sort of grandnlece of mine. She hadn't heard of her old uncle off stobhtnt around in the rocks of the Rockies snd I hadn't ever heard that any one related to me bad ever mar lied and was out there living ander another name.' Your paper introduced us to each other. I Just thought yesj might like to know about IC " The Lord Changeth Not And I will come near to yon to Judg ment ; I will be a swift witness sgalnat false swearers, and agnlnat those that oppress the. hireling lu hrs wage, the widow and the fatherless, and that turn aside the stranger from his right, and fear not me, smith the Lord ef Hosts. For I am the lord; I change not. MutnclU 3:5, 0. Worship. A main purHe of worship on eurth on the part of Christians, who believe that I hey have to prepare for the sight of (5 oil In Judgment, Is that It 1s a preparation. Worship Is so education for the inevitable future. II P. Llddon. Who Shall Enter. 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