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August 8. 1922
East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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McKee '
McKee, July 27. The King's
Paughtera of the village gave ban
quet on the chunh lawn Saturday,
evening, which wan heartily enjoyed
by all, including several friends of
the members. A teachers' meeting
was held in the high school building
Saturday morning with an attendanco
of large majority of the teaching
force of the county. Flans and rev
olutions were discussed and voted up- j
on in regard to school fairs and the
school work in general for the ensu-
ing year. The teachers' summer school ;
will close at this place next Thurs-j
day. The work has proved very1
profitable for the teachers in attend
ance, with Professor Evans and Far-i
mer at the helm. Many friends are
delighted to have back wth us Mr.
and Mrs. Minter. Mr. Minter has ac- j
cepted a position in the high school,
Hid we are proud to welcome them
back in our midst. Miss Isabella
Whitenack, who has been away on an
extended vacation, has returned and,
will resume the work as matron of
the McKee dormitory. It is hoped;
tw will have a Sunday-school;
convention at this place Saturday,
August 5. Mr. Vaughn, who will
conduct this convention, will be re
membered by many acquaintances,
since he formerly held a convention
near this place several years ago.
It is expected that all the schools of
the county will have been commenc
ed by August 1st Superintendent
Creech is making a strong effort to
get things moving at as tfcy a d
as possible. In his address to the
teachers he made a strong appeal to
them for steady aims and earnest ef
forts toward successful work this
coming year. The chance of winning
in the contest which will be launched
August 1st greatly depends upon
Jackson county's teachers. So, teach
ers, get ready for the big fight. Mr.
Conley Flannery was in McKee last
week. He is aome on vacation.
Jay Sparks Is home from Hamilton,
O. Misses Beryl and Martha Baker
spent last Saturday and Sunday at
Bond with relatives. Mrs. W. H.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fowler and
children left last week on an extended
visit thru some of the adjoining
ment of the girls. Mrs. Effie Hays
who has been sick for a few days,
ir improving. Marie Anderso.. of
Berea is visiting relatives and friends
in McKee. H. F. Minter has return
ed from a business trip to London.
J. R. Hayes accompanied his two
sons to London, where they will at
tend the Junior Encampment Mrs.
Emily Minter visited her sister, Mrs
Bailey, of Gray Hawk, this week.
Messrs. Collier and Fowler's family
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
the river, camping.
Kerby Knob
Kerby Knob, July 30. We had a
good rain yesterday which was bad
ly needed. Corn and tobacco crops
are looking fairly well in this sec
tion. People are thru canning black
berries and are now busy with thir
apples and peaches. Several from
this place are planning to attend the
fair at Berea this week. Revs. Cor
nett and Anderson will begin a series
of meetings at this place the fourth
Saturday night in August. J. R.
Click has built summer kitchen
which adds much to the cenvenience
of his home. Roy Click is planning
to go to Richmond Monday with a
load of lumber. J. W. Bratcher of
Berea was in this section last Wed
nesday trading and stayed Friday
night with A R. Click and family.
Herd, July 29. Mr. and Mrs. Dex
ter Welch of this place have moved
to Lexington. Conley Flanery, who
spent a few days with home folks,
has returned to Louisville. Misses
Ida Madden of Tyner, Earaie and
Lizzie Farmer of Privett spent Sat
urday and "Sunday with Icy Farmer.
Miss Ruby Davidson of Maulden
and Maggie Wjmck of this place
spent Saturday afternoon with Icy
Farmer. Master Arvel Farmer and
Miss Ruth Pierson of Annville re
turned home yesterday after a few
days' visit with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farmer. Miss Icy
Farmer spent last Saturday night
with her brother. J. B. Farmer, of
Grav Hawk. Mrs. Mary Farmer
spent Monday afternoon with Mrs.
E. B. Flanery. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Moore spent last Sunday with Mrs
Geo. Amyx.
McKee, July 31. McKee public
and high school opened the 31st. A
number of the Junior Club members
attended the Junior Encampment
Week at London. Miss Jennie Jac
obs will assist in the manage-
Christian Church gave a singing
Saturday night, with a good crowl
presr,t We ib rrr to get a
preacher for old Cave Springs again
soon. I think one of the worst things
is to let our churches . go down.
Cave Springs school began July 30,
with Ma Abne as teacher. Misses
Fairy, Cecil and Hazel Hayes visited
their old home place last Thursday.
Mr. Delos Erby, and Misses Ma
fra and Mahle Axbill all are visiting
their grandparents at this writing,
down on Red Lick. J. W. Abrams
made a business trip to Louisville
last week and purchased a lot of
Drip Rock
Drp Rock, July 31. Mrs. Floyd,
who has been ill so long, died Friday.
July 2H, and was taken to Red Lick
for burial. She leaves a husband anl
a host of relatives and friends to
mourn her loss. She was 73 year
old, and a good Christian woman,
loved by everybody in this neighbor
hood, where she has made her home
for the past two years. School be
gan at Drip Rock schoolhouse last
Monday. Miss Ollie Lainhart is the
teacher. School also began at South
Fork schoolhouse Monday. J. E.
Sparkman is teachere. The Sunday-
schools at this place are progressing
nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Isaacs of
Leighton, Ky., visited Mr. and Mrs.
N. H. Isaacs Saturday and Sunday.
Aunt Martha Aiblll is some better
this week J. F. Dooley has taken t
contract to patch the church house
roof and paint the roof of the Syca
more church house for $800. The
work is to be done in good work
man order. It Is thought that there
are a few moonshine stills being op
erated around op the head of Crooked
Creek, not very far from Cooksburg
and Goochland. We do hope they
will be routed out from here, If this
is true.
White Lick
White Lick, Aug. 1. Frank Carter
left last Thursday for a visit with his
sister, Mrs. Martha Rigsby, at Lex
ington. Andy Davis' house was con
sumed by fire Saturday morning. It
caught from the kitchen flue. Only
a few pieces of furniture were savei!
as the ceiling was falling in before
the fire was discovered. J. D. Car
ter preached at White Lick Baptist
church Saturday night Mr. and
Mrs. John VanWinkle were visiters
at Level Green Sunday. Mrs. C. C.
Hounshell visited relatives at Hack
le Sunday. Rev. Clayton, pastor of
Fairview Christian church, preached
at Level Green Sunday afternoon.
Clover Bottom
Clover Bottom, Aug. 1. We are
having 'good rains thru this part of
the country, and crops are looking
good. Our school began at Long
Branch, July 30, with Miss Zeis
Dean as teacher. Cave Springs
Wildie,- July 31. Mrs. Otis Frith
and children of Hazard are visiting
Mrs. Frith's sister, Mrs. Pearl Proc
tor. Miss Ruth Lewis has returned
home after an extended visit with
her grandmother in Tennessee. Sev- j
eral of the young folks from here at
tended church at Hummel Grove last
Sunday. John Burdette and family
and Mrs. Joe Taylor came thru in
an automobile from Richmond, Ind..
last week and are visiting relatives
here. Mr. and Mrs. Justus Coffey
of Hazard are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
James M. Coffey. Miss Edith Camp
bell of Tennessee is visiting Miss
Beulah Lewis. Mr. a,nd Mrs. Brad
ley Burdette spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. James H. Griffin. Mrs.
Bell Lair of Mt Vernon is with her
sister, Mrs. Eliza Branaman. Mr.
and Mrs. Hobart Durham's children
have the whooping cough. Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Sigmon spent Sunday
with relatives here. Our Sunday
school is still on the job. Success to
The Citizen.
Goochland, July 31. We had a
very interesting sermon at Sycamore
Church last Sunday by Green Fish
and Charley Davis from Mt. Vernon,
and a large crowd attended services.
A. P. Gabbard is planning on at
tending the Berea Fair. Com crops
are looking very well at this place at
present owing to the dry weather.
Noland, July 29. Mr. and Mrs.
Clint Hamilton, of Oklahoma, are
visiting relatives here this week.
Miss Mertie CVffey, rf Duncanon,
spent the week-end here. Our pro
tracted meeting started last night
with ten additions. Bro. Isaacs, of
Dreyfus, and Bro. Purvis, of Raven
na, are conducting the meeting. Ed
gar Warford, of Ravenna, was the
guest of his brother, June Warford.
Wednesday and Thursday. James
Coffey, of Duncanon, spent Saturday
and Sunday here. Amos Richardson
spent Tuesday with his son, W. C.
Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bowles, who has been visiting J. II.
Peters, will return home Saturday.
Ray Arvine, while hauling logs, turn'
ed his wagon over and broke his
ankle. He is getting along very well.
R. M. Garrett and wife, of White
Oak, spent Tuesday with his son, O.
B. Garrett Leonard Isaacs and
family, of West Irvine, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sidie Ogles-
by Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and
Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of Panola, were
the guests of Mr' and Mrs. Ray Ar
vine Sunday.
Berea College Hospital
Beit Equipment and Servk at I-owst Cost. Wasds tor Men and lor Woriea.
Sun-Parlor, Private Rooms, Hatha. Electric rtervice.
Surgery, Car in Child-birth, Eye, Noi andLEar
Come in snd visit sn establishment, which I a Irlend In need,
and In Math ml all tht people.
Rests r H. Cowisv, M I)., Phrniciau
Hasi an Drm ry, M.H , Physician
Piarl H Hoive, M. I , I'hvsiran
Miss KtirssiTH I.. I.swta, K. N , Siirlntelent
Miss I .oil Koiusuhn, K. N., Mrsd Num
Rates lor hoard and room nl private patlenu will he ft to
f 5 per week: Ij cto to $4.oo per day. The rales tor pati
ent! cared tor In the wards ft. 50 per day .
Hy Ordrr ol Prudential Committee. Herea College
visiting Mr. Tutor's father last Sun
day. Miss Emma Wallace visited
Miss Addie Henry Thursday night
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kindred were
the guests of her mother, Mrs. Jeff
Robinson. Miss Vola Guinn has been
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. R. M.
Baker, of Whites Station, the past
week. The revival begins at the Bap
tist chun h August 7, with Bro. Ross
. , 1 -A
as preaencr. r.veryoooy
Miss Dainy Baker is visiting at Ir
vine this week Jas. Ogg, Jr., lost
fine cow last week.
))0 (Y7
The Economy ECWQn PQDUiUDlEIR!
That's What Millions ofi Housewives Do
They know that Good
Baking Powder can't be
sold for less; that "More
for the Money" means
bake -day failures, waste
of time and money; that
Calumet means economy.
The World's Greatest Baking Powder
Slate Lick
Slate Lick, July 30. We are stilt
having plenty of rain and crops
look good. Sunday-school, as usual,
altho it rains every Sunday. Mrs.
Pennington is sick at this writing;
also A. J. Mc-Guire. Mrs. Lunceford
is slowly improving. A. C. C. Rol
inson sold a horse to Mr. Beatty for
the sum of $0 last week. Ballard
Parks went to Covington last week
and purchased a nice Buick car,
which he is enjoying vei).' much, so
are his friends. Mr Fowler and
son, Bennett, of Irvine, were visit
ing her son, June, last week. Mrs.
June Fowler visited her sister, Mrs.
Bingham, of Richmond, last week.
Mrs. Thena Rutherford and her
grandson. Jack, were week-end visi
tors at Mrs. W. P. Park's last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. McCormick and
daughters, Edna. Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Calloway and daughter, also R. Parks
and family were dinner guests of H.
J. Parks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Burnett visited the Kilbournes Sun
day. Cainer Wynn and family were
Conway visitors last Sunday. II
Lamb's family visited Mrs. Powell
at Conway Sunday. Mrs. II. M.
Snyder and Mrs. J. Mineer have
visited the following places: Speed
well, from there to Richmond, tVn
to Lawrenceburg, Lancaster, and
Frankfort, taking in the penitentiary
ard state capital and other points
of interest Forest March and wife
visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Snyder, last Sunday. Prayer meet
ing at the home of Mrs. Osborne
Tuesday night. Wesley and Owen
Osborne have gone to Lexington to
see their father who is employed
there. School did not begin at West
Union last Monday on account of the
house not being finibhed.
Karsdale, Nova Scotia,
July 24, 1922
Mv dear friends of Berea and vi
cinity, because it is impossible to
write personal letters to all our
friends, we have asked The Citizen
to publish this letter so all our
friends may read it
We are now settled for a few
weeks with my mother and s'-ater in
this beautiful place, only a few rods
from the Annapolis river. The road
that passes our house is one of the
oldest in Canada. Only seven miles
awav is the town of Annapolis, for
merly known as Port Royal, and set
tied bv the French in 1605. The
river at Annapolis is about one mil
wide, and crossing has been by boat
until this summer, when they have
completed a fine steel bridge at a
cost of two hundred thousand dol
lars. We went from Berea directly
to New York to visit with my broth
er's family. We had planned o
make the trip to Nova Scotia to
gether, but found, upon our arrival
in New York, that my brother cou'd
not get away until he made one more
trip to Porta Rica, which is the reg
ular route of the ateamship f which
he is master. So we came on with
out him. In our party was Capt
Port and wife, and son, Neil, sixteen
years old, and baby of fourteen
months, whom we called our "mas-
cott" because of his happy nature,
and a boy friend of Ned's who prov
ed to be a fine traveling companion.
These made up one car, an Oldsmobile
Sedan. In our car, a seven-passen
ger Cadillac, were my brother s wife,
a nethew of sixteen, Mrs. Hudson
and myself. We left Bmoklyn, N. Y.,
Saturday. July 8. and arrived in
Karsldale. N. S.. the following Thurs-
Wallaceton, July 31. Mrs. Ches
ter Elkin and Miss Addie Henry vis
ited Mrs, A. J. Kidd of Nina from
Saturday until Monday. Mr. and
Mrs Jas. Wallace and Emma, Mr. and
Mrs. B. W. Guinn and Evelyn, Mr
and Mrs. Wm. Wallace and son spent
Sunday with Mrs. Morris Calico.
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Elk in were the
guests of . Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ballard,
Sunday. Misses Addie Henry and
Ethel Todd t-pent last week with
Misses Elizabeth and Lena Elkin and
attended the revival at the Glade.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Kidd visited
her mother. Mrs. Felix Estridg.
Sunday. Mrs. Jim Tutor is suffering
from a evr fall fche received while
. .. . . . 1 .
day. i ne weainer was oeauinui our-
ing the whole trip, and everything
went well except some engine trouble
which delayed us some hours.
The country thru Maine was very
beautiful, great hay farms, and fine
old houses, painted white with green
shut ters.
In New Brumswick we found the
land very hilly and often following
the Hay of Fundy, where we got the
fire breeze from the Bay and a taste '
of the thick fog at night, and we
put up at farm houses at night,
end made some good friends because it
their kind hospitality. At St. Ste
phens we crossed from the U. S. into
Canada. At St. Johns. New Bruns
wick, we crossed the Bay of Fundy;
we were three hours crossing to
I'igby, N. S. We soon covered the
thirty miles and reached home after
one day and a half's traveling. We
found my mother real well and very
active for a woman eighty years of
age. We are having a very pleasant
and profitable vacation with relatives
and friendsT We never forget our
Berea friends whom we have learned
to love. The church we have learned
to love is constantly coming before
our minds, and we think of the dif
ferent members and especially the
sick ones who cannot attend the serv
ices; we must not forget them, and
in the country around Berea we have
so many friends we are also thinking
of them very often. This ia where
we started life, and we have a great
many friends here, but Berea ia cur
home now, and our field of labor, and
there are some of the best people
there God ever made. We are hav
ing a rich experience on our machine
trip, but will be glad to be back
Rev. and Mrs. Hudson
GHKAT FU1TAIN hss no hMent1e
of asking that her war deht to
America he cancelled. Premier Lloyd
(leorg has deeded to name dele
gates at once who will come to Wash
ington to confer regarding the refund
ing of the deht In accordance with
the terms of the Mellon art. These
delegates are to have plenary pow
era and are to assure the United
States officials that tireat Britain does
not eonlder the American deht as
Involved In Kurnpe's war dehts or to
the r- iirntlei a. (iold ahlpments te
nav the Inter. t will henln In August.
THERE arc always tome
motorists who think
that the cheaper they buy
a tire the better the bargain.
Then there are the regular
G Si J Tire users who have
found that tiro economy
can only be reckoned up
months after the tire ia
put on.
If you are looking for the
genuine value the kind
that makes every dollar
work you're likely to stick
to O &. J Cord.
if R 111 ,
II 1
Price on Q tt J Passenger Car Tires
and Tubes, rwiie May Hen, are nut
ubarl to war-ku, tneiuur-fcu having
been intluaW,
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