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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 June 1899

V THE IZEN SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY C.rcilittM this iMk, 309. EtoTttMl (e tht iBttmts e( tlu Hmw, Sobwl, aid Firm. 60 c a Ywr, r VOL. I. HKHKA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 21, 18p9. NO. 1. CIT ff The Citizen . T. a. PASCO, Mm m a h a kr. f ubiWifd at Ibf oSSrc ol THK CITIZEN, Hare, Ky. OUR PLATF0RM. Eft r r This paper niim to bring thb best reading to every fire 8 de. Reading is a great thing, t ut it makes a big uifference what yo read. Tub Citizen brings, first of ail, the news not every talc crime or horror, but the im- rtant Hews the news from ashimrton and the State pital, from our soldiers in of! islands, from our neigh- s everywhere. vor the Young lolks we have a story and a bible lesson ;f or house- rives, a few new ideas each ireck which should lighten i. it . . wiicir lauora; lor inc larmcr is" iomc valuable hints which ill help him to make more from his land and cattle. ) Wc propose to got the best ijdeas that can be found on all uch practical and importan...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 June 1899

THE CITIZEN. T O, TASCO, Editor ana Manager. itbTlKA, . : : KKNTOCKY TOWNSFOLK TWAIN. In a Ttnlon that (alls with the fulling day, I tread the lanes and the paths of yortj And the vlllart green where 1 uied to play, And the village folk, I see once more. Ah. ye are there by those purple bars My townsfolk twain, of those childhood hours! The HII professor who hunted stars And the little woman, who ttndcd fiowera. He lh ed In a Mr house up on the hill, A long way hack from the village street; And site In a cot with a crumbled sill. Set down In a tangle of meadow-sweet There were morning glories up to the eaves, There were rlotoua rotes down to the gate; There were housekeeping robins among the leaves, That called It the four o'clocka slept too latel X met him at times on my schoolward route, And shivered a bit at his frosty bow; That he saw me at all I -am much In doubt, Or thought me a sheep or a mooly cowl But was there a moment before the bell? I stopped at the gate where the lilac...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 June 1899

3 h fH I. I r STATE NEWS ITEMS. THE CLAY COUNTY FEUD. Tfca rilpot ractlaa Will Taka Ik raet ( la ruCeraUka rilpl Chaasa Laader of Iks Ckla4 Far. Lordon, Kjr., Job IS. Thlngi took more warlike now thn erer In CI 17 county. Since the troopi hare left the feudists have the county to themtslvsa, M)1 will no doubt battle it out at the flrat more on either slile. A new faction It coming Into the feud now the I'llpota. They will help out the Baker. The Bakers are with out a leader, and John I'll pot, the wlt ntaa who testified that he was "feelln' fer the lakers," will lead thslr forces. The rilpota are the atrongest and moit feared faction In this section. They number 300 fighters. They are pre paring for war. They hare had three doten Winches ters shipped Into the county. The guns arrived Tuesday. Dob Taker, aged SI, cousin to Tom llaker, came to (.ondon Wednesday morning, saying he expects to lire here, where his life Is not In danger. He says he knows who killed Tom Baker. I happened t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 21 June 1899

COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE ropy (or thli Ptptrtmtnt mutt rtitch Uie edi tor on Bturdr preceding dt of lue, Owsley County. Owsley County in situated In the Southeastern part of Kentucky, among the foothills of tho Cumber louJ Mountains. The south fork of the Kentucky River flows through the center of tho county, giving an opportunity for the transportation of timber, mineral and agricultural products, to other mar kets in other parts of the county. Fanning, mining and logging are the chief occupations of tho people. Tobacco and stock-raising are car ried on to some oitent with good success, vegetables of many different sort are raised extensively in all parts of tho county and stored away in cellar for winter use, there being no ready market for them, oxcept a few which are freighted to neighboring towns, and generally traded for gro ceries or dry goods. There has been in the schools of Owsley a slow but substantial improv ment for eovoral years as is proven by the interest manifested by ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 June 1899

THE CITIZEN SUB3CRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY - Circulate Ui iwk, 1000. DtTOted to tbe Interests of tho Horn, School, and Fan. ic i 1m. VOL. I. BEHEA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JUNE 28, 1899. NO. 2. The Citizen c T. Q. PASCO; KDITOR Mil MANAOKR. robtlahed at tbe oBce at TUB CITIZEN, Here, Ky. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thing, but it makes a big difference what you read. Tiik Citikn brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State capital, from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson ;for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors; for the farmer some valuable hints which will help. him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the best ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 June 1899

J THE CITIZEN. T. O. PASCO, IMitor and Manager. iw.ri:a, : : r IvTN'Tl'CICY, SAD CASE OF JACK SMITH. JsckPmlth wns.irlfrk on thousand ysar Ann nn neart nasaanriRninstne May, Ills smart little wife made his humble home rteiir. For she did htr own housework with never n fear Of what other people might say. Might say, Of what foolish people might ear. Ills tastes brine simple, hln wanta Ihey were few; Contentnl nnl happy he dwelt: lie dlnnl on plain food and took txrrclsc, Eo vigor and hcallh and sood nature he I I"", knew. And never a worry he felt. He felt, To shorten the girth of his belt. Peine poor he could live as It nulled him . ... ... .... Ana nrtss jusi ior comion aionr; lie could rldi on a mcrry-Ro-round with a . test. cpeaK me iruin nna ne nonesi nccausc nc With true Independence unknown. To those In a wealthier tone. I'nktiown And thus he was happy until In awhile There fell to htm riches calore. And then the poor fellow bloomed out In And dwelt In a grand architectural pi...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 June 1899

3 'WHAT SHALL I TELL JESUS?" 1.1111c Urine flirt's Qnrallnn llrlnaa Aliout the llrf nrmallnn nf llrr IlnafSoftkrcl Kalhtr, .lint j rlrrclny n Knclly Welt h liuly rr Intnl tninr tlir n mnrknblr nml touching Ineitlrnt vvlilrli tltwl usril In crush Jlir tianl, sinful heart of licr ilnmknnl fa llirr nml In transform liltu Into n rlrnn, ilrvntnl nml iiftcf ill 1'lirlatlnn: A lKiiutl(tit tlaiightrr vtna liorn Into tlm liomi' unil lirrnmc the lilnl (if the fotlirr'a hrnrl. Iltr tiny nna lirlrf, lint full nf imrponr. Tim Ural unfnlilinRi of Iht rlillillsh nntiirr were fragrant with tlir lirnith of llravrn. She knrvv .Trans lirforr alir knew the world; Irnrnril to lisp III niinir with thr tlnvvn luff of lirr third jrnr. rilic vvn. ilitlnrly (im-orlou. llrr tiny tirnttlril Hie inrn(r of purr lovr. HerniiKrl volcr Mini; 1 1n nvvrrl ntriilna nf hrnvrnly hong, llrr trmlrr lirnrt lirrnthrcl nut, In rhllilish Iniioccnre nml slinplr fnltli. the Jtrnyrr: "(iml blesa tnaniiim mill Mipn," Hint "Dear I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 28 June 1899

I New Courses at Berea. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE "iij' fur thl PtpArtmrnt niiel ituclithe nl llnr on frttunlrtjr pn-tiillm ilatp of lt Clay County. Dory. Mrs. Martha Hall is very low with heart trouble. Farmers nre badlvbohind with tln'ir Almost any kind of study at n good school i pleasant nml profitable, hut to get the renl good of ntteiulintr school one .should take some definite course. By a Course we moan a ot I n f fit(1u ivhieli lino boon irmiitioil I together in such a way that each will j u'"rk nt thi Vhw- help the others. Besides this, the per-! G. D. Murray, who him been ill with son who takes n course of study gets fever, is improving. enough togivo him a somewhat coin- Robert McCollum is working in the plete preparation for n calling in life, iuteients of the H. S. H. C. Berea College odors several new' Mr. Lon Clark gave the young folks eoursen tho coming year and parents ,.,,. .,rtr Saturday night. Madison County. Panola. Several persons from this neighbor howl attended ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 July 1899

The Citizen. I AN INDEPENDENT 1 SUBSCRIBE TODAY WEEKLY Circulation, 1000. Devoted to the Interests of the Home. School, and Farm, 50 c a Year. VOL. I. HKIM'.A. M ADISON COUNTY, KEN I'l'i KV, .11 L mw NO. 3. The Citizen T. (i. PASCO, IMIIIUfl .mil MAVAOIIH. tWtIUIl"l I Ih. nil,., f TIIK OITI'UN, Horrn, K.v. PERSONALS Rev. J.O. Parsons went to Louiv lilln Monday. Jas. Lucas is building nice house 1 I near theilopot I'rntident 1'roit preached in Lex ington lant Sunday. Mr. Yocum returne! I'ridny from her Cincinnati trip. Illev. I'. Allen will teach on Clear , Cn-ek in Kookcantle. John Coyln and Minn Maggie Lucan I worn iiiarriixl liiHt Monday, Mrs. Faircliild npont Wwlnomlii ' witli Mm. Hart at Conway. Mr. Mhmui left lust wnl to vinit relative, and friencU in Kauiiu. Dr. Goldstein, the optician, was down from Hichmoud ThurinUy. i Hev. A. A. Myers, of Cumberland Cap, Ten,,., was in town Saturday. ! Mr,. Kato K. Futoiim is taking treatment at the .anesville Hospital. Mrs. I. M. IJeyuolds...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 July 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. 0. l'ARCO, Kdllor and Manager. ltl.TlKA, : : : KENTUCKY THE GLADNESS THAT IS BEST. I would not always have It fair, t would not have ftut summer days; lip that Is never bowed with rare Must walk In uneventful way; The disappointments men mint learn To hear liefore their fortunes turn Make doubly meet the critic's praise. Did she tint smile day After day And ever wait your bock and rail. Your love for nor would melt away, fho Idol you have raided would fall! Tlio tondor look that follow whon Sho weeps and tries her tears again I always sweetest, aflor all. Tho painted toys that Ho around In careless heaps upon tho floor Wore put away awhile you found No sweet one waltlnc at tho door! Put Death wis cheated of his prey And he whose shout you hear to-day Is nearer than he was before. I would not hate It always fair. Nor always walk In easy ways; A foolish clown alone would rate To listen always unto prale' I flhey In heaven are truly hlet And know the sladness that Is be...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 July 1899

V 3 NINE DROWNED. Strainer Miinrnrcl Olwlll, UiIpii Willi Stone, Kuiimlrrcil in Imku Krle. Th lleirue.l stcmliera nf III Crew Tr 1'aunil Moating on III Hartirn nf th l.nkr, Clinging lit ITrrrhug-. riilr llnru Wmt llarnlc. Cl.K.VI.I.AMi, ()., J imo 30. In tlx Jicnry nortlicnst gnJc U'cilncsdny nljlit the stcnincr Mnrjrnrct Olwlll, Inilen with stono from Krlty's island tc Utrvel.inil, foiiiiilcrcil In t.nltc Hrlr ofl I.ornln. Kino pcrioni wtte ilriiuiicil Four member (if thu crew liavo boon picked tip by passlnu; steamers and brought Into port. Tlir ilrnil nro: Cs.pt, John C, llriuin, mauler, of Cleveland; l.t.r.n llrniin wife of muster, Cleveland; lllnnchart) Itr.nin, tlilr l-ycar-olil mm; Mrs. fori A. llitrtirock, n passenger, Clerclnnil William I'orlc, fireman, of ClcTclanil (Icoro llrfTrmi, son in an. of Clcrclantl 1 rank lllpp. watchmnn, of Cleveland two seamen, names ami resilience tin linonii, The rescued: John Smith, flrt mnte. of Clcvclnml; Alex. Melted, chief cagl titer, of ...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 5 July 1899

COUNTY NEWS. Copy ter thli Drparunrnt muit wh thf ed itor on Saturday preceding date of Imie. Clay County. Ammio. We bavo had good rains Intel?. Though rnin was needed, the ground is too wet to bo worked, and all hands arc going fishing these days. A par ty of twelve, including your corros- j pendent, look a lisinng trip on , Goose Creek Inst week, and succeeded , in seining ovor one hundred of the finny tribe, some of the fish being of nuito large size. Oeoroe Baker. Onodla. Corn looks well. Oats and sweet potatoes nre very good, and farmers are having success. Mr. Robert Baker lost a child on June 22. Rev. Thomas Murray preached at New Hope Church Saturday nnd Sun day, June 24 and 25. Mr. Arther Minter, of Booneville, made a business trip here last week. Messrs. Alfred and A. II. Burns are putting in a fine, lot of poplar tim ber in Leslie County. Mrs. Maxiline Baker nnd family have returned from Berea and will spond the summer here. S. B. Satlob. Ogle. We have been having abundan...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 July 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE TODAY AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY j Circulation, 1000. DsTOlftd (o the lBt6ls of (be Hone, School, and Farm. Mc a Year. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 12, 1899. NO. 4. The Citizen t. a. PASCO, F.IHTOK anrf MANAUKH. robllbf1 l the oRoe of TUB GITI.KN, orc, Ky. OUR PLATFORM. This paper aims to bring the best reading to every fire side. Reading is a great thing, hut it makes a big difference what vou read. The Citizen brings, first of all, the news not every tale of crime or horror, but the im portant news the news from Washington and the State cinit.il. from our soldiers in far off islands, from our neigh bors everywhere. For the young folks we have a story and a Bible lesson ;for house wives, a few new ideas each week which should lighten their labors: for the farmer some vaiuanie nuns which will help him to make more from his land and cattle. We propose to get the bist ideas that can be found on all such practical and important matters and pass them a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 July 1899

t THE CITIZEN. T. 0. TASCO, Editor anil Manager. IIKKBA, : : : KKNTUCKY. A Mother's Story By Itta Elian Fellner T1IK afternoon sun sinking to rest lu the west enst for n moment Its lirllliant nnil departing rays upon n Milltarj- farmhouse. In the ltorkshlre hills, then t lie bright glows fnded away; the Mtn disappeared behind the moun tain, and it was n soft, beautiful twi light. It was May. and tin- spring hnl (wen unusually early. All the nlr was fllleil with the frngrnnrc of Mny flow ers. The npple trees In the orchard were laden with pink and while lilni Minis. All along the streams und upon the hillsides the frogs were croaking In absolute contentment. It m a pleasure to breathe that delicious coun try nlr. It was n pleasure to live on this glorious evening, even If one's liorlon was narrowed to the limits of n farm among the hills. Two women come out of the farm house and sit down upon the porch in the twilight. They are mother nnd daughter. The mother has an earnest, thoughtf...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 July 1899

V 3 THEY WANT AMERICAN GOODS livery I'url of Dm Untlil llnr.l an In Inerraxerl lletlro for Unr rrorincle f'.umpa'atloarf llmriatnrr Fnpplr. Wamiimito.x, July S. - A tuily of ilr InlU of exports (or the flscM year Jitt rnitnl, the Imrcau of statistics y, sliotv Hint cvrrjr part if the world hut cvlncril nn Incrrnseil ilcalrc for Amer ican prixlurt. ;irne Uthe only purl of the world which ha fulled to In crense the amount of money paid to tit for our product, ami this the lit., rrua say I ilue solely to the tilen tlf ul supply of liremlMufTs In tint part of the world In ISUH, unit the con scitient decrease In price paid per tmslirl. To Aula, to Africa, to .South America, to Mexico, to Canada and to the Hawaiian Island and Oceanlcaour rxorU hare Increased In quantity nnd value a compared with the phe nomenal year IMS. To llritlsh North America the ex port In the fiscal year If 'J will be In round numbers S0,ooo,ooo, agalnt S.V ouo.ooo last year; to Mexico about S2-V 000,000, acalntt 2I...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 12 July 1899

1 COUNTY NEWS. Cepjr lf irri. Df trtnirflt mnH utt. the t4 Hot on Palurriar premtlhr Ute nf tune. Madison County. Pnnoln. Miss Jennie Evans will tench Red Hill school. It 1b very dry here and unlets it rniiia soon crops will bo worthies. Misses Laura nnd Jennie Johnston are visiting their brother, Dr. Silas Johnston of this place. Miss Dernmie Murphey returned hero Thursday from Louis? illo having completed her eoursoof study. Mr. Clarence Johnston has just ro turned froin Pinkard whore ho filled the place of Miss Einma Holtnes last week. Messrs. M. A. and J. P. Logsden just returned from a stock-trading trip to Station Camp, report plenty of rain there and crops excellent. On July 1, while cutting n tree, George Wilder had his foot mashed and had to have it amputated above tbo ankle. Ho lives near Red Lick. Alson Bakir. Owsley County. IWt. J. P. Nutting, ut L't&h. will nil the truth bout Murroonlni ut New Hope neitTufJjf night, nnd ut JioontTllle on Wwlniiday ntfht. He will InW...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 July 1899

The Citizen. SUBSCRIBE AN INDEPENDENT WEEKLY TODAY ClrtiUUH, 1000. DflTotfrd ta the Interests of the Home, School, tod Pari. 60 c i Year. VOL. I. BEREA, MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY, JULY 1U, 1899. NO. 6. The Citizen T. Q. PASCO, KDITOB h4 MANAOKK. ruklbkol l tht eao oi TUB CITIZEN, Borea, Kjr. PERSONALS W. P. Chapmen u here Sunday. Prof. Marsh is t the Clay Co. Insti tute. J. M. Bongo visited Jackson county last wHk. Dr. Darin and E. M. Preston Waited Nawby Monday. Geo. Y. Gentry, of Silver Creek, was here Sunday. Mr. Martin loft yesterday for a month at Chautauqua. 12. W. Bnker, of Wallaceton, -attended church at Berea Sunday. Mm. Yooum ia in attendance at the institute at Booneville thin week. Prof, aud Mrs. Dodge returned home Friday after a visit at Lexing ton. Mian Sarah Jerman expects to teach at Illue Orest, this county, the coming term. Charles Davis, of Elwood, Ind., ar rived in town Saturday to visit rel atives. C. W. Gould and Sharp Holmes are assistant "bosses" on. the Ponn...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 July 1899

THE CITIZEN. T. Q. TASCO, Editor ind Usnsrer. IIEREA, : KKNTUCKY. V't 4. fct AA,?it A jfe Jfef rfcArir AAA AAA AA j Antonio and Gabrielle CHAPTEIl I. psALKItMO was not yet awake, Hit r cye 'were still henvy with the night's slumbers, though here and (here a shutter wns Hang open as me donkey cart rattled past. In the streets the gr.iy mist of the (en still lingered, but the sun wns strug gling through and the golden glowtsn the red-roofed houses gave promise of a glorious day. The girl In the cart rubbed her ryes ns she raised her head from the blanket and smiled: "We will have a good day, retro," she said. I'etro nodded, and hit the "donkey with the whip. It mattered little to him whether or not the sun shone, even If It were the day of raleriuo" street fnlr. Wine tasted ah well in the tnvcrn as under th trees, and he knew the don key could llnd the road back to Cnstlc inonte though the clouds poured rain all day. ltut the girl bubbled over with hap' ninesj, She ttillTcd the damp a...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 July 1899

3 CASHIER'S HEAVY SHORTAGE. Hlrfdtasax County llsaa, of rsrlh Ambsy, ti. J., Mallesrf Out of Otir a llan tired Thousand Dalian Nkw Yonic, July 15.-0fore M. Vt en, tine, cashier of the Middlesex cotin XrhtnU of I'erth Ambay, N. J., which w closed Friday, ltaa surrendered hlmielf, and li now In jail on Account of a ahortape In the bank's fundi, which ha been variously estimated all the way to 3103,000. The affair cauaed consternation among the business men of I'erth Amboy, where the Middlesex bank itm considered aa strong at the eternal hills. So panlo-atrlcken did the rctldcnti of I'erth Am boy become when it wai learned that the Middlesex bank had failed to open for business as usual Friday morning, that crowds sur rounded the Perth Am boy savings In illtutlon. What made the run on the wrings bank appear all the more ser ious wasthn fact that the ofllcersof the Middlesex bank and the ofllcersof the I'erth A in boy sarlnga Institution are Identical, the business of both banks being t...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The citizen. — 19 July 1899

COUNTY TMEWS. Copy t&t lhl 1 purtmrat rawit rth the el Iter on PMnrriajr pircerflnit vf time. Madison County. Panola. Miss Lillie MeWhorter will tench the Green Hill school. John B. Lcdford is teaching a choral class nenr McKee. E. L. Baker and W. D. Logsdeu attended the Lexington convention. MjHou Owens nnd Thos. linker, of Jessamine, nro viiting friends nnd relativcs'here. The Misses Denton nnd Butner, nnd Mr. Walter Benton arc visiting their cousin, Miss Kntio Benton. Alson Baker. Owsley County. South Fork: Tutor Raymond, of Beren, paid Owsley n short visit last week. Rev. S. K. Rnmey preached at White Oak Sunday to n large audi ence. Miss Xnnnio Reynolds, of Berea, has been visiting friends here the past week. Mrs. J. S. liowlaud, who has been dangerously ill for several weeks, is slowly improving. Ellis Seali. Travelor'8 Rest. Schools are now beginning. Corn crops are the worst known for years. Owsley instructed her delegates for Taylor, and helped to nominate him Your corr...

Publication Title: Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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