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NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A
VARIETY OF SOURCES
CITT rillINK IB3
Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co.
DAN H. BRECK
Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock
Will sign your bond.
Phono 505 Richmond, Ky.
North Bound, Local
Knoivlllo 7:00 a. m. 10:55 p. in.
HERE A 1:07 p. m 3:52 a. m.
Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. 7MC a.m.
South Bound, Local
Cincinnati 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m.
BEREA 12:34 p. m. 12:33 a. ni.
Knoxvllle 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. in.
No. 32 will stop at Borea to take)
on passengers for Dayton, O., IUch
mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum
bus, O., and points beyond.
Cincinnati 8:00 a. m.
nrnrJ 11;R5 n m.
No. 33 will stop to take on pas- 1
sengers for Atlanta and points be-
4:46 p. m.
8:37 p. m.
The biggest In the world is tho
ono spent at Welch's. Advt.
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Inc visited oy air. vuiiuwj oiow,
Z Zu of Plattsburg. Mo.
Mrs. - Hlatt arrived, Monday, ac
companied by her cousin, Master Paul
Baker. They will be with relatives
nnd friends In Berea and vicinity for
a few weeks.
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shewn In Bcrc
line of stoves ever
now, on exhibition at
The Itev. and Mrs. James M. Combs tno Berca college hospital Immedlat
stopped over In Borea. Monday, on Jy after tne accmcnt and underwent
their- way from a visit In Clay Coun- an operation, having the bullet ro
ty, to their homo. Mr. Combs Is pas- I moved. Altho tho wound was a sen
ior of tho M. E. church at Science 'Cu8 on0 tn0 iy Is getting along well.
Hill. j it jookB like overybody trades at
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowman uf Welch's. Advt.
Lexington spent a part of last week j Lost A child's black umbrella on
with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Baker. canipUs near Mis3 Pitt's schcoi room.
Miss Nettle Oldham nnd Miss Rosa finder please return to Mrs. Salile
Clark were visiting ,n town Saturday aJ of Do),eavlll(J
and Sunday. 8I)enUlng a few day8 wlth c u
Leather shoes at Welch's keep 0gg an1 family, returned home, Tues
you out ot the mire. Advt. ,iaj
Mr. Kldd Richardson stopped over Mr n. l. Richardson has been
from Saturday until Sunday la Berea
. . . m
on his way from Cincinnati to Tenn
Mr. Boaler Reynolds who Is work
ing at Ettawa, Tenn., spent a few
days with home folks in town last
Mrs. Pearl Kitchen Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. S. R. Baker, and oth?r
relatives In Berea.
Mrs. Wm. Bower was the fortunate
lady who obtained tho set of dishes
at Mrs. S. R. Baker's, Monday.
MIsa Lauru Fagan of Augusta, Ky.,
visited, tho first of tho week, with
V ID lvU( IUU timv w. mw
her llttlo brother who Is attending
antral tiArn '
Mr. Win. Jesso Balrd spent last Sat
urday and Sunday wlh his parents at
Crab Orchard, Ky. j Tno jjadlson County Board of Elec-
Mr. Douglas Roberta, who has been ti0I1 commlsoionsrs announces tho fol
visiting with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. owing officers for Berea for the cicc
B. H. Roberts, returned. Saturday, to tIon t0 ba heW NoVt ctll
St, Joseph, Mo to rcsuino his work i Jt T scrtvner and John L. Gay,
with Swift and Co. I Judges; T. .1. Osborne, Clerk; L. A.
Mr. J. R. Collier, traveling salesman, Davls. Sheriff. The officers for Klngs
of Knoxvllle, Tenn., spent Sunday nnd ton aro J. C. Vntcs nnd Jno. Powell,
Monday at Boono Tavern. .Judges; John Crawford, Clerk; John
The WomanB Industrial will open,
Oct. 17th. Quite n profitable year Is
Tho llttlo child ot Cam Lowls at
Narrow Gap died last Saturday.
THE RACKET STORE
"There's a difference" then te
Siiro nnd "Savo It" by going to
Mr. R. K. Moyc, of Conway, Ky.,
a former business man of Berea, has
Just put in a new lino of general mer
chandise at the Walter Engle stand
on Chestnut Street.
Miss Estella Blcknell of Richmond
visited with her parents on Chest
nut Street, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Holder and
llttlo child spent tho latter part of
last week with Mrs. Early and family.
A baseball gapie was played, Mon-
!day afternoon on Lincoln field, be
tween tho College and town teams.
Tho game was rather slow, due to
tho absenco of regular players of
both teams. Tho final score stood II
to 12 In favor of the College team,
Tw houses and lota for Bali.
Houses new, well finished. Prices
right. Apply to J. W. llosklns, Berea,
Mrs. S. E. Welch and daughter,
Hilda, left on tho fast train, Sunday,
for Silver City, New Mexico. They
stopped 2 or 3 days in Cincinnati.
Many of their friends gathered at
their home to bid them good byo nnd
they were met by still more at tho
depot. They exiect to spend tho win
ter at Silver City, returning to Berea
ICJ Ul kj 1 1 ( I- W I " -
. , tUo Ilr8t ot Aprii
M(ga pc Young cf Gray Hawk, vis
lted for two days In Berea this w.3k.
Miss Lillian A. Moore, a former
head nurse at our hospital, but now
connected with the work of tho Dutch
Reformed church at Gray Hawk, Ky.,
spent two weeks hero visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hudson on Jackson St.
W. J. Hudspeth, the evangelist now
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'at tho Chr stlan church, will preach
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,t the Glades next Sunday at 3 p. m.
All are welcome.
Look for the new price list of "eyj
openers." from Welch's Advt.
While plowing ono day last week,
Hugh Llnvlllo, tho son of Mr. Wm.
Llnvllle of near Bsrea waa acciden
tally shot thru tho thigh by a hired
I man who was "monkeying" with a
revolver, me ouy u uiuukui. iu
ln town on business for the ivast
You can get anything you want at
Welch's Department Stores. Advt.
The derailment, Oct. 1st, of a
northbound L. and N. freight train of
several cars, threo miles couth of
Richmond, and Just ahead of the
Cincinnati thru passenger train No.
32 due at Richmond at 5 p. m. tied
up traffic six hours. No one was hurt.
It's no difference what kind of stove
you want, yu can get It at Welch's.
Miss Jcscle Ralne who has been
uj i . a j tvutuu " uu tatto n
spending tho summer In England has
xuaupin, sntriir. uiuo lick, t. j
Flanery and W. A. Johnson, Judges;
Thomas Hazclwcod, Clerk; E. S. Tor
Tho Clio club met with Mrs. Best
on Thursday afternoon of last week.
Tho president, Mra. Marsh, spoko
with enthusiasm of the work for tho
Tho programs, as made out by the
commltteo, consist of papers and dis
cussions along civic, sociological nnd
literary lines. Tho meeting on Thurs
day Included a rovlew of the policies
of the threo political parties follow
ed by discussions which left all ot
tho samo opinion still.
MARKETS FOR NUTS
Tho College Forestry Department,
Prof. Clark In charge, will take nuts
this fall and market them at the
best prices obtainable, retaining e
email coinmlBston for the service. God
Bends nuts, jet everybody save them.
Further notice soon.
The. subject of Dr. Roberts' sermon
In tho Upper Chapel, Sunday night,
was, "Why I am a Christian."
Dr. Ralno preached In tho Main
Chapel, Sunday night, on tho subject
Mr. II. E. Taylor led tho Y. M. C.
A. meeting Sunday evening, tho to
pic being "(letting There."
Mr. Philip Davison of Roanoko, Vn.,
camo to Berea nnd entered school
Mr. Bllno Blake of Boothbay, Maine,
arrived In Berea last Thursday nnd
entered tho Colleginto Department.
Mr. Hugh White, a former Berea
student, who has been visiting his
mother at Burning Springs, Ky., for
a few weeks, stopped In Berea last
week whllo on his way to Annaiwlls,
whero ho has been nttcndlng tho Na
val Academy for tho past thrco years.
Tho Y. W. C. A. was held In East
Parlor of Ladles Hall, Sunday even
ing at 6:30. Miss Anna Davison was
tho lender and tho topic, "Right
Mr. McCoy Franklin conducted the
Young Peoples Society of Christian
Endeavor at tho Union Church, Sun
day evening. Tho topic was "Mission
Mr. Enill M. D. Bracker, former
Supt. ot Berea garden nnd a graduate
ot tho University ot Illinois, has n
position In tho Oregon Agricultural
College. Tho announcement of Mr.
Bracker's niarrlago to '.Miss Ada M.
Dlnkleman, also fonntrly connected
with Berea, occurred In The Citizen
a few weeks ago.
Mr. S. W. Boggs writes that ho Is
pleasantly located at Yolo University.
Mr. Boggs Is taking a courso In tho
EVERYTHING in the
way of STOVES now on
exhibit at our Furniture,
Rug and Stove Department.
Yalo Divinity School preparatory to
missionary work. Yale oiened her
doors, Sept. 2Cth. Mr. Boggs was for
threo years, until this vacation, ono
of president Frost's secretaries.
Miss Blanche Thurston, who was
teacher ln music hero last year, Is
now teaching music and other bran
ches at Houghton, N. Y.
RALLY DAY AT UNION CHURCH
Sunday was observed as Rally Day
In the Union church Sunday School
and very Interesting and appropriate
exercises wero held during tho Sun
day school hour. The themo of the
exercises was "Loyalty to Christ, tho
Blblo and tho School." Following
this, Dr. Roberts preached a splen
did sermon on "Lcyalty to God."
PLEASANT DAY AT BAPTIST
Tho Ladles' Missionary society of
the Baptist church met at tho church
last Tuesday and had an all day ses
sion. Tho morning and part of tho after
noon wero devoted to sowing. At thi
close of tho meeting officers wero
nominated for the year and will bo
voted upon at a business meeting of
the church, Thursday evening. They
wero as 'follows: ftlrs. P. I), Evans,
president, '.Mrs. T. A. Robinson, Vice
President, Mrs. Felton, Secretary and
Mm. Will Todd, Treasurer.
At tho noon hour, tho ladles serv
ed a bountiful lunch on the church
lawn to tho members of their fami
lies and Invited friends.
PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY
All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard.
Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season.
All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
U. 1. ROBERTS, Pro.
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LINCOLN INSTITUTE DEDICATES
MAIN BUILDING, OCT, 16
Tho Lincoln Instltuto ot Kentucky
for colored youth has opened Its doors
nnd begun Its work. The main build
ing will bo dedicated on Wednesday,
Oct, 16, with speeches by Henry
Wntterson, Pres. Frost nnd others.
A good many peoplo aro planning to
go from Berea securing rates nt nhout
$1 for the trip.
Through tho kindness of Mr. J. C.
COyle, Tho Citizen has received a
gift of flvo ears of very flno corn
which was grown on Mr. Coyle's
premises In Berea. Tho flvt ears
wlgh soven pounds lacking one nnd
ono half ounces, nnd thrco of them
nro nearly thirteen Inches long nnd
well filled out with lnrgo grains. Tho
fourth car Is ten nnd ono hnlf Inches
In length and larger nround than the
other three; whllo the fifth, called
n nubbin by Mr. Coylo, U eight In
ches In length and largo and well
Mr. Coylo cultivated ono hundred
s()uaro yards, nnd from tho yield on
tills ho estimates ono hundicd a"d
sixty bushels to tho acre. Ho says
that, whllo these samples nro better
than somo of tho cars produced, ho
has no small corn and no poor corn,
nnd his object In presenting them to
The Citizen la to huvo tho commonly
accepted notion, that the black land
about Berea Is non-producllV',
Many of our readers have no doubt
observed that for romo weeks wo have
been devoting a column or two on
tho second pngo to what should 1'
termed editorial comment or short
(editorials. We hopo to continue this
practice and wo shall bo glad It the
1 readers of Tho Citizen will take note
of this pago and the topics that an
discussed. Something will bo found
every week of Interest to all.
PREPARING THE WAY
Many children do not like the
study of History. It Is often duo to
the teacher and as often, iKisslbly,
to tho -text book. Tho American
Book Comiiany Is Issuing a series ot
historical stories that aro aimed to
create an Interest In History on the
part ot the child and nrenaro him
for historical studies. '
Tho scries Is known as tho Colon- '
lal Stories, by James Otis, and cm- '
braces tho following subjects and '
books: "Richard of Jamestown' j
"Mary of Plymouth," "Calvert of '
Maryland" and others. (
Tho Editor of Tho Citizen has been
favored with nir advance copy of the
story In this series dealing with curly
Kentucky history, entitled, "Hannah I
of Kentucky." I
The llttlo volumo Is delightfully
suited to children from the 3rd to
tho 0th grades. Tho early life of
Kentucky Is portrayed In such fash
Ion as to appeal to the childish mind
The book can bo used to good ad
vantage by teachers as a supplemen
tary reader and also should find a
place ln children's libraries.
Chestnut's Whole Wheat Flour
Have you tried it? It fills a lone
selected grain only, whether in bread, gems or cereni, it is one
of natures most wholesome and nourishing foods. For your health's
sake you ought to use It. At Palace Meat Market and Grocery.
MUST BEGIN PLANNING EARLY
The City Deautlful It a Matter of
Wle Thought Extending for
In tho awakening to tho Imperative
need of a different and better method
of city making America Is following
the precedent of other nations. Con
tinental European cities decade ago,
and "English and South American cit
ies moro recently, changed radically
their municipal regulations and their
method of building cities Tho splen
did results of their activity are now
apparent to every citizen nnd visitor.
In the cltle of Germany ripccially
the results are largo and convincing.
Transportation and highway systems,
water front, harbor and dock. In
dustrial nnd commercial development,
public recreation, better home, par
ticularly for fntnlllei of imall mean
uch great municipal ubjcct
these have been handled with mil
and experience supported by law and
There are many misconception cur
rent about town and city planning, but
none I further from the fact than the
notion that comprehensive plan are
only for large cities. The reverie I
nearer the truth In big cltle the
condition aro comparatively Died
and unyielding Comprehensive plan
ning, especially with our present lim
ited city charters and the hampering
laws of our states, can have only nar
rowly limited Influence ln larger
places relieving only the worst clvlo
condition, ameliorating merely the
most acute forms of congestion, cor
recting but the grnvest mistakes of
the past. Wide, many-aided. Imagina
tive planning. o far as large Ameri
can cltle are concerned, mut be con
fined for the present mainly to the ex
tension ot those cities and to tho bet
terment of what are really separate
Mimmnnlltai nti Ihn nllt.klrt.
But with amalt cities with a popula
tion ranging from 2.500 to 100,000, the
I case 1 different. Comprehensive plan
j nlng or replannlng may be to them of
I far-reaching and permanent service.
.There It carcely anything In the
smaller placea that may not be
changed. In small cltiea. for eiample,
j railroad approaches may be set right,
, trade crossing eliminated water
! front rtdecmcd for commerce or rec
reation or both, open space acquired
even In built-up sections,
i A satisfactory street plan can be
On Monday last, students uf the
College, Academy, Normal, and Voca
tional IK'iartments of Academy grud-
and above took tlu-lr annual Moun
tain Day outing. The wagons left at
eight unj ten, returning nt time
and four-thirty. Tho day tns every
thing that could huvu been desired,
weather conditions being ideal, and
several walking: parties went In
charge of Prof. Cromer, Prof, and '.Mrs
Robertson, end Mr. and Mrs. Liven- I
good nnd enjoyed n "hike' out to
Indian Fort Mountain, uhero the par
ty finally assembled and at noon u
substantial lunch was served to n
hungry crowd of students.
Not the Only Sufferer.
Th domesticated ostrich had Jnst
been rellevod of his "tips." "Trimmed
again!" he groaned. "I wonder why
the S. P. C. A. doesn't agitato for
JUST A WORD ABOUT
As this is our first season to sell Ladies'
suits, we are offering remarkable values,
just to get the public acquainted with our
line made by "The King Garment Co."
We also have a new and up-to-date line of
Cloaks and Skirts. It will pay you to see
them before you buy.
'"USe Quality Store"
October 3, 1912.
felt want. It is made from choice
carried out and adcqijaTa "highway
established! public "buildings tan "be
grouped In at least an orderly way,
and a park system, mado up of well
distributed and well balanced publlo
grounds, can bo outlined for gradual
nnd systematic development. All of
these-. clvlo element. Indispensable
sooner or later to a progressive com
munity, may be had In tho small city
with relatlvo case and at slight cost.
INFLUENCE OF TROLLEY CARS
Have In Large Meur Annihilated
Distance and Mad Comfortable
ln days of old cltle were developed
.r.nuhit rnmnitctlv. for business was
transacted In the Immediate presence
of the principals. Then came In the
telephone, making possible easy and
quick communication between distant
points. This Influence alone tended
to the spread of city arcs to far at
buslnest districts wero concerned, but
It has remained for the trolley car to
practically annihilate dlstanco to far
ni residence It concerned. This ha
resulted In figuratively bringing th
country Into the city, for one may
come to the center of Loi Angeles
from many points without the munici
pal boundaries as quickly a ho may
reach the same point from some part
of the city proper Ono may even
come as quickly from Santa Ana or
many of the beaches. Thua has the
trolley car made a great change ln
! the growth of the land, both ln city
and country Ixs Angele Time.
Sand for Children' Playground.
The writer would much like to see
towns, villages and the emallereen
' ters of population furnish sand'plles
for the children. A few loads of sand
I would cost but little nnd mean much
I to n considerable number of children.
Tho local schoolyard might easily be
used for vacation playing and the
' sand plies built there. The school
1 trustees would even be Justified In
1 furnishing the tand from the general
I fund. It It tho duty of public offl-
clnls to sen that the children got all
. the freedom and enjoyment possible
and tho tree range of the school
grounds, together with an ample ptle
of sand, will do much for the little
Proportionate Park Arat.
Tho city of Ixndon hat reserved
Kttle morn than 10 per cent of It
area for park purposes, or 7,544 acres
out of a total of 74.000 acre contain
ed In the county The figure do
not lncludo a number of parks within
easy reach of the metropolis, tome ot
them very large In ttie. Richmond
contalnt 2. 469 acre and Kpplng For
est 8.C52 acres, and both are Immedi
ately contiguous to the city, making a
total of more than 15,000 acre re
served for the pleasure of London'
millions Few Important cltle are
so well provided with pnbHc parks.
FARM FOR SALE
SO acres ot land on Richmond and
Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea,
for sale, g room dwelling, good well,
orchard and all necessary out houses.
Writo, EUhu llickncll.
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