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Pat Sevea
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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Kerby Knob
Kerby Knob, May 8. Rev. Hard
in held hia regular service at Whit
Spring church Saturday and Sunday.
Uncle J. A. attended the aerv-
icea and la vixiting hia daughter, Mra.
J. R Click, thia week. Born to Mr.
and Mra. John Benge on April 29th,
ton-pound baby girl. Her name ia
Lena Mildred. The farmera are late
in thia community with their corn
planting on account of ao much cool
rainy weather. Lula and Bertha
Francea Pogft of Greemount are
pending a few daya with their sister,
Mra. Aaron Powell. Tie Lainhart,
high sheriff, and hia deputy, Speed
Frockman, were dinner guests at the
home of J. K. Click Friday. They
were searching for moonshine atilla
in thia part but found none. Little
Ode Powell ii just beginning to walk
aince getting hia leg hurt a few
weeka a (ft). A larire crowd of young
folka gathered at the home of Mr.
and Mra. J. R. Click Saturday eve
ning and all apent a plcarant eve
ning. We are having an interesting
Sunday-achool with an enrolment of
about 60. Kvrryhody come at 2:30
neat Sunday. Mr. and Mra. George
Powell veiled at the home of Mr.
and Mr. John Williama, Sunday.
Mra. Roy Click r-pent Thursday with
Mra. G. W. Johnson. Willie and
Iora Kncle apent Saturday night
with Sallie Powell Mr. and Mm. N.
B. Williama and Mr. and Mra. Char
ley Click visited at the home of F.I
bert llymer of Red Lick Saturday
night of lat week.
Coffey haa gone to Red House on
visit. Roy D. Isaara apent Saturday
night with Pall Isaacs. Miaa Haiti
Isaacs, Messrs. Arnold P. Glendon,
II. Isaacs, Miaa Sallie laaaca, Miaaea
Nellie, Nannie and Delia Cox. All
apent Sunday afternoon with Mra.
Sopha Webb and children. Mra. An.
na and Maude Alcorn visited Mra.
Hannah Williama Friday afternoon.
People. May 7. Farmer are
buay in thi part planting corn. I.
8. Fowler, who haa been on the aick
liat, ia improving. Alpha Corneliua
ia at home from Annville, where ahe
haa been in achool. Wm. Morri and
A. J. Simpnon are preparing to take
the examination. They expect to
teach thi fall. The ho linen people
have chunh at .Mt. OTIie Friday and
Sunday night. Rev. A. B. Gaohard
preached at hia home Saturday night
and Sunday. Mr. Gabbard ia an able
minister. John Johnaon arrested Fa
till Carter Saturday night at church
for diaturbance and put him under
bond in the magistrate court. Hurrah
for John, we need more uch drpu
tiea. Sherman Davidson'a mule wa
kicked and badly crippled by another
mule; be careful and don't let your
mule Ktand and eat together. Ieon
ard I'arrett is going into the poultry
buaine. Seme one in the dark Sat
unlay night cut Woodie Parret'a
wire fence from the post and dragged
it into the road. Will they be re
warded for aame? Sheep shearing ia
about over in thia neighborhood. I
think there are aeveral for aale now.
R. (. Cornelius aold a fine milk
cow to Flija Chandler for $4.1. Far
mer hope to see trade and market
Drip Rock
Drip Rock, May 6. We are having
quite a lot of rainy weather here now
and farmera are getting delayed in
corn planting. Mrs. Jane Powell haa
returned from Lexington, where ahe
haa been visiting her daughter, Ed
na, who ia in the hospital there now.
and waa unable to return home with
her mother. Mr. and Mra. Hud
Isaac and three children apent Sun
day with Mr. and Mr. Roy R. Wil
liam. Mr. AfTie Rithardson and
children visited Mr. and Mra. N. H.
Isaaea Thuradiiy night. Mr. and Mr.
Bill Spark, who came to thia county
last full from Leslie county, are
planning on going back there to live
right away. Mia Rachel Baker and
Turner Isaac, both of thia place,
surprised everybody by going to Mc
Kee and getting married Thursday,
April 27. Mr. and Mr. Gentry
I-aki-a made a trip to Old Orchard
Thursday of thia week. Miaso
Rom and Hannah Spark apent
Thursday night with Mr. Anna Al
corn. Mr. and Mr. Roy B. Wil
liama seiit Wednesday night with
Naith Isaac' family. Mis Floaaie
Stat Lick
State Lick, May 7. We are having
fine weather at thia writing and
moat everyone ia buay getting ready
to plant corn. Several of the men
on Slate Lick road were aummoned
to Richmond court la at week, Messrs.
E. C Wynn, D. II. Smith, W. D.
Park, and II. M. Snyder. The Rice
brother, who were brought here
from Indianapolia, Ind., aa witneaaea,
have returned to their home. John
Taylor and wife of Johnaon City, 111.,
are visiting relatives near Berea and
Slate Lick. Preston Rice and wife
have been viaiting her father, Abe
Williama. Mra. Pennington ia on the
sick liat thia week. G. V. Calloway
of Livingston wa the gueat of his
mother, Mrs. Sarah Calloway, one
day last week. Wedding bells have
been ringing again in these part.
Clarence William and Nora Anglin
of Rockcastle were united in mar
riage one day laat week. Their
many frienda wish them a long and
happy life. Mr. Crime of Mt Ver
non and Mr. Pike of Livingston
pasaed thru with cattle laat week,
taking them to Richmond. He sold
them at a good price and bought a
team of horse and reported prices
very good. Mr. and Mr. Stanley
Fowler are visiting June Fowler to
day. Thi wa "Go-to-Sunday.school
Day all over the State, and I think
; it wa carried out to a great extent.
We had a large crowd at M. E.
church thi afternoon, but still there
ia room for more. When corn is
planted the men say they are going
to work the road and we hope how
soon. Mr. Fannie Wynn and son,
Pearl, who have been spending the
winter in Oklahoma, New Mexico and
other placea in the West, have re
turned to their home on Slate Lick
road. They say that they had a
pleasant trip. Mr. Thena Ruther
ford and grandson, Jack, were dinner
guest at her sister's, Mrs. W. D.
Parka, Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Jas.
Burnett attended aervice at Chris
tian church Sunday. Mr. and Mr.
Clyde Bamett of Ravenna visited
hi father last Sunday and Monday.
.Mia Cooper and Mia Hook of Be
rea College were dinner guest of
Mr. Bamett last Sunday. John
Lunsford and grandson, Bert, were
Bear Wallw visitors Sunday.
Siler Creek
Silver Creek, May 8. Mis Geor
gia Robinson of Lexington, who ha
been viaiting Mrs. G. E. Anderson,
ha returned home. The community
huntings and social here have creat
ed muh interest, and the old folk,
a well a young, enjoy them. Sunday-school
i also progressing nicely,
and with such fine leaders it is sure
ly to be successful. There is nothing
more inspiring for young people, al
so older ones, than to learn the Bible,
and by knowing it we can more easi
ly obey. Mrs. Mary Brookshire of
Winchester is viaiting her sister, Mrs.
G. E. Anderson. Several from here
attended Sunday-school at Harts and
had the pleasure of listening to W.
R. Tihhett of Boston. He spoke of
hi mission work there and seemed
to be doing a good work in helping
and raising up fallen souls and often
becoming and leuding Christian lives.
Hi seems to be a good God fearing
man. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hudson
accompanied them, also Mr. and Mrs.
daughter visited Mra. Crofard of
Blue Lick Sunday. Miss Edna Bis
hop of Speedwell la visiting Miaa
Etta Burns. Mr. and Mra. Nelious
Miracle spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mra. 3. A. Miracle. Misa Juan Jack
son ia very poorly at present Miaa
Ida Murphey is visiiting her brother
in Rockcaatle county thia week.
Mr. and Mra. Isaac Bums and daugh
ter, Misa Edna Bishop, Mr. and Mra.
Price and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Roacoe
Whitlork and two children spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mr. J. A. Neely.
Mr. Ogg of Berea ia very busy at
tending to his bees at John McKee
havV Edd Lawaon and wife and
Mrs. John Henry of Ohio are visit
ing frienda and relatives at thia place
and Bobtown.
Dreyfus, May 8. Mrs. David Kin
dred and family visited Wallace
Chriaman from Saturday till Sunday.
Rev. Johnson is holding a few
daya meeting at Knob Lick school
house June Lain and Willie Lain
are visiting at Irvine for a few days.
Mrs. Sarah Denny was the Sunday
guest of Mrs. Willie Lain. Ed.
Raker ia sick with a pain in his hip
and can't walk without a stick.
Coyle, May 7. We are having
beautiful spring weather at this
writing, and farmers are getting busy
planting corn. The women of thia
section are buay house-cleaning.
Lillian and Gobel Wilson visited
their sister of Richmond Saturday
night Mr. and Mra. Aaron Wil
liams and children, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Glossip and children spent Sun
day with E. P. Powell and family.
Mrs. Mary Click is sick at thia writ
ing. Mrs. Anna Lake and Mary
Gloaaip were in Richmond shopping
Thursday of last week. Mrs. Cecil
Hendricks is visiting her parents this
week. Mrs. Millard Edwards still
continues very poorly. Flossie Cox
and Flora Click made a flying trip to
Richmond Saturday.
Walnut Meadow
Walnut Meadow, May 9. Paul
Raymond, the infant son of I. L
Martin, died May 9th at the home
of its aunt, Mrs. Betty Ogg. Frienda
and relatives extend sympathy to the
bereaved father, sister and brothers.
May they find comfort in the One
who said "Suffer little children to
come unto Me and forbid them not,
for of such ia the Kingdom of Heav
en." Ben Brown, who haa been
aick, ia no better. Mrs. Will Off is
very sick. Mr. and Mrs. L, Manuel
and children of Lancaster were over
for the burial of Paul Raymond Mar
tin, which took place at the Witt
grave-yard Tuesday aftemon. Mra.
Virgil Baughman of Richmond la the
gueat of Mrs. Thomas Ogg for a few
eral daya, ia convalescing.
Vine, May 6. Some of the fanners
in this community have planted corn
while others are only getting ready.
Several from this place were called
to Manchester Wednesday. Mrs.
Sylvania Creech of Nina ia visiting
relative at thia tila--T V PnK.
erts and Henry Pennington made a
buainess trip to Richmond last week.j
C. E. Edwards is gone to Lexing
ton this week. Mrs. Lucy Creech of
Hiattsville ia viaiting her parents at
thia place. The flu is raging on
Maulden with some very serious
cases. Mrs. Martha Rice of this
place spent Thursday night with
Mrs. Nancy Teague near Ethel.
Noland, May 6. We are having
some rainy weather here now, and it
ia delaying the farmers with their
work. Rollie Harris of Berea was
thru here this week selling patent
medicine. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Crow
and two girla have been visiting Mr.
Crow's sister, in Lincoln county, for
the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Cole
Cox were the guests of June War
ford Friday. Mr. and Mra. Clayton
Winkler were the guests of W. C.
Richardson Sunday. Miss Eva and
Daniel Garrett were guests of their
grandparents, W. M. Boain, Saturday
night Mr. and Mrs. Evert Warford
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with the latter's mother, Mra Mary
L. Warford at Wageraville.
ia doing a good business aa a black
smith. We are always glad of the
arrival of The Citixen. It Is a
weekly visitor.
Fdmond Chestnut, age 88 years,
died at the home of his son, April
27. He was one of our Civil War
veterans. He leavea three children,
Mrs. J. M. Morris of Hopkinsville,
Island City
Island City, May 5. The
daughters of the Rev. A. D.
man, who are employed in a clothing
department at Cincinnati, 0., were
recently called to their home at Is
land City on account of serious ill
ness of their mother, Mrs. Kate Bow
man, who ia now confined to her bed
with one form of Brigtits disease of
the kidneys. Dr. Hornsby, the at
tending physician, seems to think
Mrs. Bowman will recover from her
sickness. The frost visited this part
but not ao severe as to destroy all
Mrs. J. H. Short of Maulden, and i fruits. It left plenty apples and
peaches, but made havoc of grapes
and cherries. Hiram Callihan ia in
a serious condition, at this writing,
with complication of diseases. The
report is that T. A. Becknell ia on a
deal with Bowman and Sparks of
Sextons Creek concerning his prop
erty at Island City. The jail ia said
to be well represented this court at
Manchester. Judge Johnson has one
way of doing business. If men vio
late the law, they must suffer the
penalties of the law. The trial of
W. M. Bowman, Elias Moore and
Jas. A. Bowman of Ethel ia set for
May 10 at London. They are
Cooksburg, May 7. It is raining
lots in these part and putting farm
ers behind with their corn planting.
Many people are attending court
this week. Rosa Alcorn died. May
the first, of that dreaded disease,
tuberculosis. She leaves a husband
and four children and a host of
friends and other relatives to mourn
her loss. M. A. Vanzant haa Just
returned from Richmond, where he
has been attending to the prosecut
ing of Oscar Rucker for the murder
of Oliver Vanzant We hear that the
automobile club is going to have a
summer resort made of the Big Salt
peter Cave. We think thia would be
a nice place for one and earnestly
hope they do, as it would be a help
jjto this community. It ia only seven
gow-' miles off the Dixie Highway and has
many picturesque view, including
the Big Boone Spring nearly.
Charley Thomas was in town on bus
iness Thursday and Friday. We are
going to have plenty of fruit in this
community in spite of Jack Frost.
That is if he does not pay ui another
visit Saturday and Sunday will be
church at Cave Ridge and Corinth.
There will be a large crowd at both
places. David Singleton attended
church at Horse Lick Sunday.
Mr. Ellie Chestnut of Malcom, two
brothers and a host of relatives,
friends and grandchildren to mourn
his loss. His remains were laid to
rest by the side of his wife, Mrs.
Mary Chestnut, who died fourteen
years ago at the old home near
White lick
White Lick, May 8. Sunday-school
began at . White Lick last Sunday.
There will be Sunday-achool every
Sunday afternoon at 2:30. B. T.
Calico went to Brodhead Sunday.'
The White Lick choir sang and i charged with dealing in moonshine
prayed at the home of Mrs. Susie j whisky. The Rev. Middleton of
Renfro, who is very low with tuber- Taft preached at the Southern Meth
culosis, Sunday afternoon. Miss'odist church Sunday evening. E. V.
Stella West of Wesleyan College Napier has moved to Jackson coun
apent Saturday and Sunday at home.
Frank Carter, who has been in the
Robinson Hospital at Berea for aev-
ty. We will miss Mr. Napier as he
was our miller. W. H. Bowman, who
has lately set up here at Island City,
Kingston, May 8. Warm weather
has come at last, and the farmera
are busy planting corn. Mrs. Asa
Park ia very poorly at thia writing.
Mr. Frank Lovet ia also on the
aick list Mrs. George Young and
The cook U all smiles.
The bread is light and gay,
A sack of Potts' Gold Dust Flour
Made them get that way.
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Rockford, May 7. Farming- aeems
to be alow. There waa s lot of rain
laat week but work went on juat the
same. William Todd had s log- roll
Friday and Saturday. Thursday
J. W. Gatliff and Robert Bowman
had one. Now moat everybody ia
ready for planting; and things will
move along fart. Thomas Croucher
has purchased a car and is learning
fast to use it. J. W. Todd has been
peeling some tanbark. Several of
our boys are being railed to town as
witnesses. Some are being fined
very heavy for different things;
some as much a $800 and a long
term in jail. Hurrah for the Mt.
Vernon authorities. It ia reported
Candy Thomas haa purchased a car.
J. W. Todd was on the sick list last
week but is better now. There ia
Sunday-school at the Union House at
Scaffold Cane, Mrs. George Gatliff,
superintendent. Robert Bowman has
gone to Richmond on buainess.
Miaa Loucile Linville ia viaiting
homefolka today from Berea. Some
of our club members went to Mt.
Vernon Saturday. Some could not
go J. M. Bullen made a business
trip to Mt. Vernon last week. Tell
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Disputanta, May 9. Quite a num
ber of people attended church at
Clear Creek Sunday. The farmers
are all trying to see who will get
thru planting corn first. Mr. and
Mrs. Clay Dooley of Climax were
visiting Mrs. Dooley's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Hiram Thacker, Sunday.
Mra. Fred Abney of Sinking Valley
has been visiting her father, S. P.
Hammonds, here. Mra. M. A. Phil
lipa haa returned home, after a short
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
O. M. Payne. Most every man in
tha communty went to Mt. Vernon
Monday. Mr. Lasco and Curfew
Holt and their Bister, Neureul, and
Misses Eva, Martha and Ruth Shear
er all motored to Mt. Vernon Satur
day to attend the Junior Agricultur
al Achievement Club and the free
banquet dinner given by the Chamber
of Commerce in the Masonic Temple.
All report a fine time.
f Goochland
Goochland, May a We are having
some very nice farming weather at
present. A. P. Gabbard has jut
arrived home off of a drumming trip
thru the mountains. The killing of
W. A. Thillipa waa a very sad affair
in thia neighborhood. Circuit court
convened at Mt. Vernon last Monday,
and they are pulling down on the
whisky men very hard. I notice
Frank Cornett and Steve McQueen
were indicted for wilfull murder and
moat of the parties ergared in the
shooting and killing and wounding
the Mullins at Livingston some time
ago were indicted and held under
bond of $.r)000 each. A still waa
found on Albert Allen's place one
day last week. T. Murphey' exam
ining trial ia aet for Thursday next
at Mc Kee. J. F. Dooley lost s fine
mare on taut Sat unlay. Uncle Bob
Rose passed thru Goochland on last
Sunday. John Rose haa announced
that he will attend Sunday-school at
Sycamore church next Sunday. Mr.
Rose ia a very able speaker, and we
are glad to have him come and
help ua out in our Sunday-achool and
preach some for us. Old uncle Jam
Garrett ia poorly at thia WTiting.
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