A intuit 17, 1922
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East Kentucky Correspondence
News You Get Nowhere Else
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I)rip Rock, Aug. . The little
one-year-old daughter of Albert Ro
ilii-d Sunday and wan buried at the
I trip RiK-k graveyard Monday. Mrs.
Anna Alcorn and Mr. Maude Alcorn
have iron to Irvine thin we'k.
Mm. Maude la taking a treatment
from the doctor there. Bill Coffey
and Charlie Pirhin of Red House,
Ky., are visiting the former'a par
ents, Mr. and Mm. Alie Coffey, at
present Quite a crowd attended the
holineK meeting at Tom Cox'i Sun
day. Raxp Lamb, Jamee F. Issars,
Kiltie Hale and a Mr. Hystle all took
dinner with Mr. and Mm. Ilud Isaacs,
Sunday. Mr. and Mm. John M. Al
rorn ipnt Saturday night with Mr.
and Mm. Isaac Alrorn. John P.
Cox'a family visited Mr. and Mm
Laniel Sparki Sunday. N. H. Isi.a;
attended church at Wind Cave Sim
day. IJoyd Cox visited Mr. and
Mm. (rt-ntry l-akes a few days lat
week. Mr. and Mrs. In Alcorn, Jr.,
sent Saturday night with Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Alcorn. Mr. and Mrs.
Roy H. Williams visited Mr. and Mr.
S. H. Isaacs Saturday night and Sun
day. Rant Miller's house was burn
ed one day lust week and all hii
household goods. Tall Isaac has
1 een calling on Miss Violet Iaks
iiiitr often since she has come home
from Here College. Mr. and Mr.
Kirt Alrorn visited Mr. and Mm. Pan
Alrorn Sunday night. There will he
preaching at the Raptirt church Sat
urday and Sunday by Rev. F. M. Cox
of Station Camp. Everybody come
out and herfr him. Good lurk and
best wishes to all.
Sinking Valley, Aug. 10. We are
having good rains in this vicinity
which are making corn crops gnd.
Rev. Andrew Itnllingcr filled hi: ap
pointment at Grasxy Springs Satur
day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Willie Rueker visited Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Hinle Sunday. Miss Ninnie
Iaa visited Mis Bertha and China
laas Sundav. Rev. John Junes had
a few days meeting at the Sinking
Valley schoolhouse this wvek. Jim
Rogers was the dinner guest of God
frey Isaac Monday. Miss Vertie
and Rodie Johnson visited Miss Haiel
and Ila Smith a few days ago.
The four days old Iwby of Mr. and
Mrs. Godfrey leases died August 3rd
after a short illness A revival
meeting is expected to begin at the
Sinking Valley schoolhouse the fourth
Saturday and Sumlay in August, to
be conducted by Rev. John June.
Mrs. Rosy Lainhart visited her
brother, Ieelan Abner, at Red House,
this week. Rev. Andrew Ballinger
will begin a few day meeting at
Grassy Springs the fourth Saturday
in August. Mis Ninnie and CVina
Isaacs visited Mrs. Lucy Smith t'ii"
week. Everybody rtad The Citiicn;
it is a good paper.
Herd, Aug. 12. !Tr. and Mr.
Terry Welch of McKee are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moore of this
place thin week. Stephen Farmer
and Frank Moore made a business
trip to McKee last Monday. Mm
Margaret Moore spent last Monday
with Mm. Mary Farmer. Miss Icy
Farmer spent last Saturday night
with Misses Martha and Bertha
Farmer. Mr. and Mr. Jack Farmer
spent last Wednesday with their
son, R. II. Farmer, of Elias. Misses
Maggie and Alta Wyrick and Ruby
Pavis spent last Saturday night witn
Mis Lula York of Privett. Rev.
Anderson spent last Saturday night
with Charley Farmer. Mr. and Mm.
C. N. ShepherJ of Olin were visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Farmer last
Sunday. Mis Laura Amyx of
Egypt, Ky., spent last Saturday af
ternoon .with Mrs. Amanda Farmer.
Thessie Flanery left Tuesday to
seek employment. Mr. Ella Hen
dricks of Lebanon, (., is visiting r,l
atives of this place for a few month.
Mrs. Nettie and Pcbby Jones of
Big Hill spent a few days of thin
week with relatives of this place
There is prayer meeting at Fallcock
every Wednesday night. Everybody
invited to come.
Bond, Aug. 14. The drought con
tinue unbroken. Corn crop look to
be almost ruined, while stock water
it getting very wane and pastures
are bad The Rev. Jostnh Kaiser is
I holding a series of meetings at this
place. Hu is a very able minister
and those who neglect to attend his
services are missing some of the gol
den opportunities of life The Bap
tist church at Crenllill now have
much of the lumber and foundation
stone on the site ready to build .a
new church house. Mrs. J. M. Reyn
olds of near London, Ky., visited
friend and rt lative at this plac
last week. Pr. Penman's mother ha
been visiting him the past week.
Johnnie I'enningtnn and wife are
visiting their daughter, Mr. Leonard
Hacker, of laurel county. "Uncle
Henry" Davis of Corbin visited reln
tives In this vicinity. He is 82 year
old. A R. Y. I U. was organize!
at the Green Hill Baptist church last
Sumlay night by a Rev. Johnson of
London. Baldwin and Tincher began
a singing school at I'igron Roost Sat
urday. Pun Moore is very sick at
this time. Several pupil at Pigeon
Roost school have been prohibited
from attending school because expos
ed to scarlet fever. John York ha
sold his team to F. I. Paholt, mana
ger of Bond at Foley Lumber Co.
The new Masonic half and Baptist
church at Annville will be commenced
this week by Henry Tincher, who took
contract to build it for flKHt.fHt.
McKee, Aug. 14. The McKee com
munity club met Friday evening and
elected heads to the various depart
mcnts which they will endeavor to
improve in this vicinity. Judge C.
P. Moore was elected president. Pur
ing the week there will be speakings
by different members of this club
aside from our county agent and
other assistants at practically every
district in the county. It is expected
that every community will he aroused
to take part in this Achievement Cam
paign. Miss Esther Gentry of Iove
land. ()., is visiting with friends in
town during the week. A number
of the hoy and girls of this place
spent Saturday and Sunday at the
home of Mr. rnd Mrs. Alfred Moore
of Muulilcn. Moss Farmer will tare
the work of Mr. Minter in the school
at this place during the Week. fir.
Minter will be speaking in behalf of
the improveim nt of Jackson county.
J. R. Hays, Judge C. P. Moore, Pr.
and l(oy llornsby motored to Rich
mond last week to attend a meeting
pertaining to the pike which is un
der so much discussion. They re
ported very favorable news.
KVerby Knob, Aug. 14. Mr. and
Mm. Tom Powell and three children
of Riihmond, Ind., visited their par
ents, Mr. and Mm. Ambrose Powell,
last week, leaving for their home
Sunday. Mr. and Mm. G. W. John
son and children spent Saturday
night and Sunday of last week at the
home of Mr. and Mrs, John Comb
of Chestnut Flat. Rndie Johnson
rnd Cecil Hays are planning to en
ter school at McKee soon. Rosa
Carpenter and Laney Powell made a
busmen trip to Paint Lick Friday
night of last week. Herbert Click
and Robert Williams have gone to
Iexington with a load of produce.
Hazel Click, who was taken to the
Robinson Hospital Tuesday of last
week to be treated for blood poison,
was brought home Sunday much im
proved. Little Rubie William fell
from the fence while at school Fri
day, breaking her arm. She was at
once taken to Pr. M. P. Settle for
treatment and i getting along nice
ly. Mr. Leonard Hatfield, Mm.
Ford Bixler and little daughter of
Harrodxburg and Mr. and Mm. Jack
Thomas of Payton, O., are visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Click and other relatives of this
place. Corn crops are being serious
ly damaged by the drouth.
(Too late for last week's issue)
Walnut Meadow, Aug. 7. The ma
jority of folks in this part attended
Berea Fair and report it the best
fair ever. More and Utter livestock
than was ever shown before. A gool
many of our people are attending
revival at Silver Creek Buptist
church. Meeting are being conduct
ed by the pastor, Rev. Cornett. He
is an able speaker and much good
is being done. Twelve to dute have
come a converts for baptism. Miss
Oda Freeman, night operator at Be
rea Telephone Oflice, leaves Thurs
day fur a three weeks vacation to
visit relatives and friends at her old
home near Somerset. She will be ac
companied by her brother, Carl, who
has a uition as teacher in Mc
Creary county. We always remark
when there is sickness in the neigh
borhood, but everybody is well and
going on about their natural ever
day affairs canning an abundance of
peaches, tomatoes, etc. There is a
lull in the wuik for the men at pres-
ent. Miss Flora Spark i teaching
at High Point. Mr. and Mrs. Rus
sell Brown and daughter, Rernice, of
I-exington, were at Berea Fair and
spent one night with Mr. Brown,
Bro. Ben and family. Mim Edna
Earle Campbell entertained to a
birthday party the following per
sons: Misses Hazel Ogg, Maud.
Vaughn, Chin Baker, Verna Raker,'
Flora Lee Shockley, Elizabeth Shock-1
ley. Myrtle Shockley, Edna Pearl
Shockley, Ada Katherine and Nettie
Golden. Peliciou refreshment were
served. Cake and punch, candy and
apples. All reported a delightful
time, and wit-h Mis Edna many,
many more birthdays equally a de
lightful and happy. Mr. and Mr.
Ix-dford Campliell visited Mr. Camp
liell' parents last week, who lis be
Silver Creek, Aug. 14. Charlie In
gram has returned from Indiana,
where he ha been at work. Rev.
Cornett finished up a very auccess
f ul revival here and ha gone - to
Pilot Knob to begin another revival
During the meeting here ha had
good attendance, also the best be
havior. There were sixteen new
member added to the church by eon
fession and baptism and several by
letter. It is hoped much good has
been done and that they will eve
prove faithful. Bro. Cornett labored
hard, and went away with the good
wishes of all for another successful
meeting. School is progressing
nicely, with fine attendance. Clar
ence Anderson has about finished his
house and is planning on moving
soon. Wm. Anderson, Jack Moore,
Claud Williams avwl Vn.ttn
visit ed the Crest View Orchards of!
Professor Clark Sunday evening.
Clay Lick, Aug. 15. We are hav
ing some hot dry weather at present.
Crops are needing rain very bad.
The revival at Wallaceton started
Monday night, August 7th, with Bro.
Ross as preacher. Mm. Mary Riley,
who was operated on at the Robin
son Hospital, died Wednesday. He'
remains were taken to Jackson,
Breathitt county, for burial. Lynn
and Bill Hamilton spent the week
end with their sifter, Mrs. Cochran,
at Lynnse, Ky. Mm. J. R. Puts and
her daughter, of Palmer, III., who
have Wen visiting Mrs. Put's daugh
ter, .Mrs. Huff, for the past two
weeks, have returned home. Rev. and
Mrs. W. H. Lamb attended meeting.
at Carters ille, Sunday. May Hulett
is quite ill at this writing. Mm.
Hamilton and family spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Harvey Huff. '
Henry Botkins of Silver Creek spent'
Sunday with his son, Louis.
Slate Lick, Aug. 13. Sunday
school at 2:30 at this place. The
weather i hot and dry'. Rain is bad
ly needed. Mrs. Pennington con-
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tinue poorly. Dr. C. II. Robinson
ia the attending physician. Mr.
Lunsford is able to be out again.
There ia prospects of a new railroad
coming thru cur midst soon, a the
surveyor are here again, but not
sure where it will be. Mr. and Mr.
I. J. Tohmpson of White Lick, als
their pastor, visited Mr. and Mr.
Pennington one day last week; als"
her brother and wife, hi on, John
Richardson, and family of Franklin,
O., were dinner guest at her heme
Sunday. Mr. and Mm. James Hud
son visited at W. D. Park' Friday
of last week. Mrs. J. Ponder of
Slate Lick has moved to Berea. Her
daughter, Marie, also her two grand
children of Alabama are visiting her
at present Mrs. Parson of West
Union visited her daughter, Mm.
Barnett, one night last week. Mm.
W. D. Park was the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Thena Rutherford, last
Sunday. Joe Cox and frmily attend
ed the holiness meeting nt Red Lick
Sunday. Sam Powell and family
visited Mm. Lamb Saturday night-
Mrs. Florence Lunsford spent the day
with her mother-in-law, Mm. Jack
Wallaceton, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs.
Morri Calico, Mr. and Mm. William
Wallace, Eddie Wallace, William
Penny, and Mis Evelyn Guinn took
supper with Mrs. Jas. Wallace Sun
day night. Mr. and Mrs. B. W.
Guinn and Vola, Mr. and Mm. Tay
lor Botkin and family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Wm. Guinn. Mr. and Mm.
Tom Rich and family of Georgia are
spending a few day with thei
daughter. Mm. Arthur Kidd. The
little infant of Mrs. R. V. Brock,
who has had pneumonia, is better.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kidd of Nina
spent Sunday and Sunday night with
their daughter, Mrs. Chester Elkin.
School will begin at - the Estridge
schoolhouse Monday, August 22, with
Miss Baker of Berea a teacher.
Mm. Joe Hill is still very low. Miss
Fannie Kidd is spending the week
with her brother and attending the
meeting. Ned Bowman, Jessie Kin
nard, Lucy Johnson, all of Berea, and
IiCtha Clark of Franklin, O., were at
Wallaceton church Monday night.
The girls are spending a few days
with Miss Johnson's sister, Mrs. Wm.
Wallace. Several of the young folks
spent a Very enjoyable day at Tom
Todd's Sunday. Misses Hazel Ogg
and Ruth ( hasten of Berea are visit
ing their cousin, Ethel Todd, this
week. Misses1 Lillie Elizabeth, and
Lena Elkin of Berea visited their aunt,)
Mrs. R. W. Elkin, Saturday night and.
Sunday. The revival meeting is still
going on at the Baptist church with
Bro. Ross a preacher. Bro. Rogers"?
is spending a few days this week
Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hart of Bere
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hart's
uncle and aunt at Idle Wild Farm
Don't think because you can get a
big can of Baking Powder for little
money that you are saving anything.
ITtocTO o siBy sac Way
(to Cave can DaExo-DJay
-It costs only a fraction of a
cent for each baking.
You use less because it con
tains more than the ordi
nary leavening strength.
Greatest Baking Powder
several days last week. While there
they were entertained with an ele
gant 6 o'clock dinner by Mr. and
Mm. Rollie Cox, and were guests for
the day of Mr. and Mr. Wilgus Hun
ter, where an elegant dinner wa also
served. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hart
and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rawlings mo
tored to Richmond Friday on a
pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. Rollic
Kindred and Mr. and Mrs. Elby Re
vis of Edgar, 111., and families are
visiting relatives in this and Estill
counties. They came thru in their
machine. Ruth and Pearl Flynn of
Stanford are spending two week
with their aunt, Mrs. Juan Powell.
Onalie Chrisman la no better. Mrs.
Glatha Hisel and baby are visiting
her father, John Benge. Roland
Hisel is working in the mills at
Newport. Tobacco cutting has be
gun in this locality. Mr. and Mrs
Thomas Kindred were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Rollie Cox, Sunday.
Bobtown, Aug. 15. The school is
progressing nicely with sixty in at
tendance. A revival began Sunday
at Pilot Knob church. We invite all
to attend these services. We feel it
will do you good to hear Bro. Cor
nett, as he gives you the true gospel
in the old time way. Mr. and Mm.
Ix-ander Hazelwood of Lockland, O.,
returned home Thursday nfter spend
ing ten day with friends and rela
tives here. Lloyd Lane of Franklin,
O., visited his ' aunt. Mm. Thomas
Guess, and other relative here last
week. Mrs. James Neeley entertain
ed as dinner guest, Sunday, Rev. E.
T. Comet and Mr. and Mrs. James
Rowlett of Richmond. The sale of
Mrs. P. J. Garrett wag a success.
Cows sold anywhere from $45 to $60
Crops are very much damaged on
account of dry weather. Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Brown of Berea spent
Sunday with Mm. John Lawson.
W. F. Moody of Whites Station was
in our community hiring: hands to
cut tobacco, which, he says, is fine.
Miss Viola Crane spent the past
week with her sister, Mrs. Allen
Powell. Miss Aleen and Esterellea
Taffee from Louisville is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Guess this week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Miracle of Hick
ory Plane spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Berley Gay. Nelson Gay of
Lockland, O., visited relatives here
last week. Miss Agnes Lawson
spent last week with her sister, Mrs.
Hiram Baker, of Berea. We extend
sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. John Bar
rett in the loss of their daughter,
Mrs. Lillie Alcorn, who was living
in Illinois at the time of her death.
Pisputanta, Aug. 14. The weather
continues dry in this vicinity. Crops
and pastures are needing rain very
badly. The roads are so dusty it's a
very unpleasant time for traveling.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Young of
Wallaceton were the guests of Mr.
and Mm. Mason Anglin Saturda"
night and attended church at Clen
Creek. Shermon Montgomery and
Mis Farie Pigg were quitely mar
ried Thursday, August 10, at the
home of Rev. W. G. Mullin. Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Thomas of Harts
were the dinner guests of Mr. and
Mr. Sam Coffey, Sunday. Mr. an"!
Mr. Garfield Shearer spent Satur
day night at the home of his brother,
Sam Shearer. Miss Anna and Em
ma Rowlett spent Sunday with Mis
Lula and Myrtle Gadd. Mrs. Mali,
sie Miller of Pudley ha been visit
ing her father, James Cope, the past
week. Miss Eva Shearer and Bur
gess Anderkin surprised their many
friends by going to Mt. Vernon and
getting married, August 7th. We
wish them many joys. Good luck to
Goochland, Aug. 14. We are hav
ing some very hot dry weather at
present, and crop' are needing rain
very badly. The people are very
much stirred up about the railroad
strike in this section. Jas. Hignite
passed thru here yesterday en route
1 1 Laurel county to buy stock. W.
M. Hunt passed thru here yesterday
with some sheep and hog on his
way home in Madison county. Mary
B. Gabbard is very busy working in
her fruit getting it put away for
winter use. A. P. Gabbard has just
arrived home from the mountains
from a drumming trip. A. P. Gab
bard is figuring on selling out his
home at Goochland, also his mill, store
and his stock as early as possible.
Remember our regular meeting at
Sycamore church on the fourth Sat
urday and Sunday in this month and
on the 30th day of August. We are
planning on having a new preacher
start a series of meetings. We in
vite all that will to attend the meet
ing. Everybody read The Citizen.
White Lick, Aug. 14. John Calico
and daughter, Miss Amanda, visited
Mr. and Mrs. William Calico on
Broaddus Branch Saturday night and
Sunday. Misses Sophia id Susie
Hounshell were guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Davis Sunday. Mr. and
! Mrs. Si Foley of Hackley visited Mr.
j and Mrs. C. C. Hounshell Sunday.
I Arthur Matlock took an automobile
; trip to Somerset last week. An or
! gan has been purchased for the
I White Lick church. A series of
! meetings will begin at the White
I Lick Baptist church, August 21st.
I The pastor. Rev. F. P. Bryant, will
be assisted in these meetings by Rev.
I Willie P. Rogers.
Baker School District
(Too lae for last week's issue)
Baker School District, Aug. 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Andie Robinson spent
Sunday with Mrs. Robinson's sister,
Mrs. M. M. Jennings. W. N. Van
Winkle is spending the first of this
week with his son, John W. Van
Winkle, at Richmond. Fannie and
Marie Soaper are visiting their grand
mother, Mrs. Green Gabbard, at Paris
Crossing, Ind. Mm. Bradley Combs,
who has had an operation for appen
dicitis at Robinson Hospital, is im
proving slowly. "Billy," Jr., son of
Mr. and Mr.. William Lake, of this
place, took, the prize at the Berea
Fair for being the best dressed for
summer. Mrs. Wm. Fergurson and
Mrs. John Calico and children spent
Thursday of last week with Mrs. Jas.
Jennings. The church of God's pe7"
pie here have a German lady with
them from Ohio helping hold a re
vival at their church this week.
Roosevelt Brock, who lives near Wal
laceton, was arrested by Sheriff Rob
inson and Buster Carter last Satur
day, the 29, and taken to Lancaster
jail for making and selling whisky.
They also took part of the still and
one half gallon of booze to Lancas
ter with him. He waa released on
an $1,100 bond and trial set for 30th
of this month. The citizens are
proud to know that at last such peo
ple are being found out and perhaps
as it is started, it will keep going
and the rest around here will be
found and brought to juatire, for we
want the young generation to be good
clean citizens, and by cleaning the
country of such, it will sure be a
great help to them as well as every
one. Hurrah for the woman or man
who reported the still.
Miss Wrist Watch: Mr. Watte.
ury you are entirely tee alow te suit
My ton ii I. Irnl wv.r th I a. Una,
Th. liM ft ' mount to .
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