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October 10, 191a.
I- LOCAL PAGE f
OF BBREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A
VARIETY OF SOURCES
CITY PHONIC IBS
Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co.
DAN H. BRECK
Fire, Life, Accident, and Lire Stock
Will sign your bond.
Phone 505 Richmond, Ky.
North Bound, Local
Knoxvlllo 7:00 a. m. 10:66 p. in.
BBREA 1:07 p. m 3:62 a. m.
Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. 7:4G a-tn.
South Bound, Local
Cincinnati 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. m.
BEREA 12:34 d. m. 12:33 a. m.
Knoxvlllo 7:00 p. m. 6:60 a. ra.
No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako
on passengers for Dayton, O., Rich
mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum
bus, O., and points beyond.
Cincinnati 8:00 a. m.
BBREA 11:65 a. m.
No. 33 will stop to tako on pas
sengcrs for Atlanta and points be
yend. North Bound
BXRKA 4:46 p. m.
Claetnaatl S:17 p. sa.
The biggest $ In the world Is tho
one spent at Welch's. Advt.
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lewis cntcrtain
od tho following persons at dinner on
Oct. 1st: Mrs. J. A. Todd and daugh
ter of Oklahoma, Mrs. Ely of Berea,
Mrs. A. P. Caldwell 'and Miss Mary
Todd of Paint Lick.
The largest ljno of stoves ever
shown in Bcrca .now on exhibition at
'Air. J. W. Klmbell of Pendleton,
Oregon, Is on a visit to bis old homo
on Silver Creek, two miles South of
Berea. Ho left hero with his parents
sixty two years ago. Mr. Klmbell Is
a civil engineer.
Mrs. Jones has those soft black
velvet school hats at a dollar each.
Why pay two dollars for them? adv.
Tho Women's Industrial Is to have
Its first meeting on Friday, Oct. 18th,
Instead of the seventeenth as was
announced in last week's Issue of Tho
Look for the new prlco list of "eyj
openers." from Welch's Advt.
The little Infant of Mr. and Mrs.
James Azblll died, Saturday, and was
burled In tho Berea cemetery, Sun-
At Mrs. Laura Jones' ycAi will find
tho most wonderful bargains In soft
felt hats for girls and women. You
get a good stylish hat for $2.00 to
Mr. R. B. Doo .was. In Slmpsonvlllo
last week entering his daughter, May,
in Lincoln Institute.
"There's a difference" then te
sitro and "Save it" by going
Mr. Tom Hayes of Illinois Is vis
iting at tho homo of his brother,
Gran, this week.
It's no difference what kind of stove
you want, yu can get It at Welch's.
Mr. Tom Logsdon has moved his
household effects to Paint Lick. Mrs.
Logsdon will make her home with
her father, Mr. O. M. Treadway, for
tho present, while Tom will con
tinue his work In tho Berea Drug
Two houses and lots for sal 3.
Houses new, well finished. Prices
right. Apply to J. W. Hosklns, Berea,
There have been an unusually largo
number of traveling men nt Boone
Tavern this week.
There Is great and growing Interest
In the cabinet organ and a large
number of students have applied for
Instruction in organ playing. To ac
commodate these the Music Depart
ment has appropriated a part of
Grace Cottage adjoining Music Hall,
and to enable all to get Instruction in
cabinet organ the price has been
reduced one half for the Pall Term.
Those who wish to take advantage
of this offer should see Prof. Rlgbv
Mr. H. K. Richardson sold all his
property and household goods at his
home last Saturday. Ho Is planning to
leavo Berea In a short time.
Miss Mary Patterson of Mt. Vernon,
Ohio, Is visiting at the homo of 'Mr.
and Mrs. Frank M. Ltvengood.
On account" of tho Alpha' Zeta An
niversary, Wednesday night, there
were no lectures Tuesday, but Unit
ed Chapel led by Dr. Hubbard.
Miss Ethel Todd furnished a pleas
ant evening for a number of tho
yung faculty mombemat her homo
last Saturday ovenlng.
Divided 'Mountain Day In two sec
tions has been a great success this
year. Both days were fine, both com
panies largo and tho Indian Ft. rang
with sounds of merriment which will
last over until another year.
Mr, Joseph Elklnton of Philadelphia
Is tho guest of Dr. Roberts. Ho will
When you want a becoming, up-to-date
dress bat, givo your order to
Mrs. Laura Jones. She has Miss Bet
tie Axblll who has real Ideas as to
style, designing, and color schemes.
She will make you an artistic hat
to suit your face. Mrs. Jones guar
antees satisfaction with every order.
Mr. Samuel Mayfield spent last
Sunday and Monday with his parents
at Acorn, Ky.
Mrs. Ernbcrg delightfully entertain
ed about twenty of her lady friends
last Saturday evening at her homo
In tho quaint little log cabin on Jack
son Street. Tho ovenlng was spent
in pleasant conversation.' Refresh
ments were daintily served by tho
Chettaut's Whoto WhMt Flour
Have you tried it? It fills a long felt want. It is made from choice
selected grain only. Whether in bread, gems or cereal, it is one
of natures most wholesome and nourishing foods. For your health's
sake you ought to use it. At Palace Meat Market ami Grocery.
speak on Thursday night at tho Par- , , . , .. . . .
. u .u 7 n hostess beforo tho departuro of the,
Ish IIouso on tho Mission of tho Quale
A letter from James Caudlll, a grad
ers, and at the United Chapel on Fri
day on God's Larger Plan. Tho pub
lie generally Is invited to hear both
of these addresses. Mr. Elklnton is
nn eminent representative of the
10 . - - -
to Society of Friends, commonly called
Quakers, a man of large business ex
perience and deeply interested In
philanthropic things. Ho has dono
much for the uplift of the Indian rac
and has recently been elected trus
too of Lincoln Institute. The two ad
dresses will be of unusual Interest.
Tho Upper Chapel, Sunday night,
was addressed by Dr. Roberts on
the subject of "Ways and Paths" and
the Main Chapel by Dr. Ralno on tho
subject of "Sin."
The College. Is not yet able to start
tho erection of Kentucky Hall though
It has contracted for somo of the
material. Several small additions to
tho buildings of tho Institution will
be, notably, nn addition to tho hos
pital and a dressing-room and tool
room for working students near the
"Mr. Wm. Click was a business visi
tor In Richmond on last Monday.
"Miss Grace Manning, nurso at the
College Hospital, is now ot Mt Vern
on with a patient.
uate of tho Foundation School last
ear, states that ho Is teaching on
a first class ccrtlflcato nt Roxana,
Ky., and Is enjoying his work. Ho
expects to return to Berea for tho
D I P H T HE R I A
Circular Issued by tho Stato Board ( 8. Disinfect all bed and body cloth-
ot Health of Kentucky. Ing, and other llko things, as soon
To. tho Health Officials, Physicians as romoved, by Immersion for at least
and Pcoplb ot Kentucky: nix hours In a solution ot chlorldo of
Tho unusual prevalence ot dlph- llmo, four ounces to tho gallon ot
thcrla In many sections of tho Stato water. They may then Ira wrung
makes It tho duty ot this Board to out and put In tho wash. Remember,
again call attention to tho best known howovcr, that no disinfectant In tho
methods of preventing tho occurrence occupied sick room can do away with
and spread ot this disease. tho necessity for abundant fresh air
1. Diphtheria Is both contagious and and mnllght.
Infectious, and Is distinctly a prevent-1 9. The Isolation ot tho patient
nblo disease, being easily limited to should contlnuo for ten days after
tho first caso or cases. When it gots all traco of tho dlseaso has dlsap-
away from the primary coses ana pcarcd, and until ho has had a dls-
makes its oscapo uion tho community
somebody la to blamo. Tho sooner
wo accept this ao a Sanitary maxim
m tlin umnnp wn tthnll lutein In llfl Illir
Mr. and Mrs. Mahar of Springfield, - dut,ca Rg ,ndlvWlulU anu communities.
O., spent a few days at Boone Tavern,
going with the Foundation stu
dents and faculty on Monday to In
dian Fort. They wero greatly pleas
ed with Berea and its workings.
Infecting batn ana been ciaa in gar
ments which havo not been In tho
sick room. No person from a houso
where thoro is diphtheria should bo
txirmlttcd to go Into public assem
blies, and no child from a houso whero
AT PARISH HOUSE
Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
Joseph Elklnton, a minister ot tho
Society of Friends, from Philadelphia
has accepted an Invitation to speak
on tho Message ot Quakerism, at 7:30
Ladles, I have my fall and winter
hats on display. You ore most cordi
ally Invited to call and sco thciu.
I have some splendid values, at a
'charmlnelv low tirlcs. I havo n. trlm-
Vlsit our suit and cloak opening, !mcr who can fill any .order satlsfac- I
Frlrtav. Ont. 11th. Ren nil tho new tn-ii., a i . .,..-..1 I
. . tww, iiuu i filial auiiru DUUSllMJWUU
styles, and make your selection while ' wm, every ordeTi Your patronago la
our stock is complete. If wo can't 'most earnestly sollcted.
fit or please you, wo will have the
garment made to order.
(adv.) Mra. S. R. Baker.
Mr. Thos. Logsdon spent Sunday
with relatives In Paint Lick.
Mr. Wm. Dooley has been visiting
with his parents near Berea for
Mrs. Laura Jones.
THE PRISCILLA CLUB
2. On account of Its frequency and
fatality this dlseaso Is ot far mare this dlseaso has prevailed should bo
Importance to tho people of Ken- allowed to attend school without a
tucky than smallpox, yellow fever certificate from tho health o'rflccr
or cholora. 'that It Is safo to do so.
3 When a child has soro throat, and io. After completo recovery, or
especially if diphtheria Is In tho I death, always thoroughly disinfect
neighborhood, It should bo immediate- tno room nnd Its contents, preferably
ly separated from other children un. wtn nascent formaldchydo, or, horo
til a competent physician has seen this Is not available, by burning three
It and decided whothcr or not it is pounds of sulphur, moistened with al
affected with a cdntaelous disease. tmlini fnr nrh l. 000 ruble feet of
p. m., Thursday, a, tho Parish Houso. I 4. If diphtheric, strictly isolate tho spaco, previously stopping nil open-
Wr. Elklnton and wife aro lorn? 'caso at ones. In nn up stairs room nKs. dampening tho floor, bed
time friends of Rev. and Mrs. Roberts If issble, nnd no disconnected ns
whom thoy oro visiting. They be- practicable fiom tho living nnd sleep
long to Influential families of Friends Ing apartments of other children. No
and are well known In circles In- otl oxcept tho physician and nunc
tcrested In tho uplift ot Society. Mr. 'should enter tho room and thy
Elklnton has accepted tho posl- .should tako every precaution not to
tlon of a Trustee of Lincoln Institute, carry tho Infection to others.
An Interesting message is expect- C. Tho board urges the hytodr-
ed. All aro Invited. matle uso of a standard antitoxin.
- - such as Alexander's, In at least 5,000-
unlt doses, as coon ns tho disease Is
recognized or Bertously suspected, and
that this doso should be repeated or
doubled within twelve hours unlesa
marked Improvement has taken place.
If caso Is seen after the first twenty
four hours uso from 7 to 22,000 units
tho first doso, depending uton sever
ity. It recommends that Immunizing
EVERYTHING in the
way of STOVES now on
exhibit at our Furniture,
Rug and Stove Department.
The members of the Priscilla club
enjoyed a merry drive out to Mrs. J.
tt i W. Herndon's delightful home, Moun
tain View Farm, on Thursday, Octo-
M Tna Hnlof" vflfl vlalllnc- nniAn. I OOP irU.
rionHa 3,mrt ' Interesting papers on "English A letter ot recent dato to Supt,
It looks like everybody trades at I Antiquities" and "England's Capital' 'Edwards from Mrs. Betty Combs
Welch's. Advt. 1 wero read by Mr8' J' Robertson 'states that her son, Henry, a gradu-
Mr. John P. Dean was In Richmond uuu ucu- ",CK ana i"ures wu- aio oi m
Monrinv Pnnniv CMirt rtnv , tratlng both papers were exhibited, Class or lsu, naa recenuy
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Adams are re- ada,nS ereatly to the Interest In
ding and clothing, and leaving the
room tightly closed for 12 hours. Tho
room should then bo thoroly venti
lated, and all ledges, woodwork, etc.,
washed with strong soap and rinsed
with a disinfecting solution.
11. In caso of death, tho body
should bo wrapped In a sheet satu
rated In a disinfecting solution and
buried without public service. In giv
ing notlco of death newspapers should
stato that it was from diphtheria, and
that children, nnd those having tho
enro of children should not attend
12. To be effective tho precautions
herein suggested should be rigidly
observed. Imxrfect Isolation nnd dis
infection nro worso than useless, glv-
descs of 1,000 unit! bo used for nil ling riwi only to a false ond misleading
children, nnd especially for ult inex- sense of security,
pcrlcnced relatives acting as nurses 13, county and municipal boards
who have been sJrlcusly exposed. of health have full authority under
6. Placard tho house, nnd keep all our laws to enforce these rules, and
other children, all having the care , will fall short of their duty If they
of children, and all who go where fall to do so.
children aro, away from It. Notify I n. Arrangements havo been porfrct
the health officer of tho town or Jed under which county or city boards
county within twenty-four hours, hh of health may procure Alexander's
tho law requires, nnd he will co- antitoxin at wholesale prices through
operate with tho physician and family , this Board. A constant supply of
to keep the disease from spreading, j fresh antitoxin Is always on hand at
7. Tho discharges from the mouth , Howling Green. Details furnished up
nnd nose, which especially contain ,on application.
, tho germs ot tho disease, should bo Copies of this circular, and of slml
receded on soft cloths nnd burned, ilar ones In regard to scarlet and ty-
uuu inner uiscnargca snouiu be Uls- pnolil fever ond consumption, for frco
infected, nnd all rcfuso from tho . distribution, may bo nnd iion appll
sick room burned. All utensils usod cntlon to tho linnni n iwiinr-
Jolclng over the arrival ot a little eon
in their home, Oct 1st.
Leather shoes at Welch's keep
you out of the mire. Advt.
'MlRft rimort TCnflo n n'luanf if 4Kn
College Department, was visited at lCd and
tho first ot the week by her father
Mrs. Prank Coyle was unanimously
chosen as president for the remainder
of the year.
Delightful refreshments were serv-
from 'McKeo. Mr. Engle was on his
way to Richmond and Louisville.
You can get anything you want at
Welch's Department Stores. Advt.
FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property
against loss by fire with II. C. Woolt,
successor to W. H. Porter, Berea, Ky.
Mr. Merrill Logsdon ot Panola was
in town at tho first of tho week.
"Aladdin" is tho name ot tho most
excellent Patent Flour Bold in Berea.
uuiy at liolllday's, at 75 cents per
scapo enjoyed before tho hour of re
turning. "Notes on Royalty"' is tho subject
for the next meeting which will be
with Mrs. Spink on Prospect Street,
Mra. Q. W. Hook.
Berea is Just bringing to a com
pletion the new jail and court room
on Railroad street. This will be a
very neat building and when complet-
sack, along with nil their other good ,cd wl" cost nbout 2'000' Let us hlK
things to cat. (adv.) 11 w,u 1)0 conaucl to good order
1 ; in tho community.
I The City Council has appropriated
money sufficient to construct a road
according to government instruction
from Ellpso Street to tho Depot.
Mr. A. M. Decker, representing the
Swan Abratn Hat Co., was In Berea,
Tuesday. Mr. Decker is a trustee tf
Union Collegd of Barbourvllle, Ky.,
and Is greatly interested in educa
tional matters. Being a friend of tho
Editor of long standing, he called at
The Citizen office and was shown
thru tho plant.
The wild gardens of nature are the
best kindergarten. The child who
breathes pure air that blows among
trees, birds and flowers, has th4
greatest of advantages and will
carry life's richest treasures health,
sincerity. Individuality and wholesome
self-reliance Knos A. Mills.
THE RACKET STORE
had recently been
murdered by another young man of
tho same neighborhood. Tho trouble
was over a young lady In whom both
vrtiinc men wern Interested and it
happened on the way homo from a jc, 1912.
church social. (adv.)
Henry, while in Berea made a host
of friends. Ho was a quiet young
man and an excellent student, rank
ing among tho first In a large Sth
grade class. Ho made a first grado
certificate and was preparing to teach
to help his widowed mother and
young brothers and sisters.
Hiss Annio B. Murray, former Sec'y.
to President Frost, Is still under
the employ of the Young Pooplo'a
Missionary Movement in Now York.
Her address is now C18 West 13Cth
Miss Murray is enjoying a new ex
perience this year, having joined in
with four other young ladles in the
rent and furnishing ot an apartment
whore they live under most satisfac
Dr. Cbas. F. Hubbard, Dean ot the
College Department, attended tho
meeting ot the Kentucky Coltego As
All persons having claims against
tho estate of W. F. Lewis, deceased,
aro hereby notified to present same
to mo, properly verified, at tho Be
rea National Bank on or beforo the
fifteenth day of November, 1912, or
same will be barred. Berea, Ky., Oct.
J. L. Gay, Admr.
In feeding tho sick Bhould bo washed
twparately from other dishes, and
flH'ild remain somo tlmo In boiling
By order of tho Board.
William Uallcy. M. I)., President.
J. N. McCormlck, M. IX, Secretary.
Tho annual meeting of the Berea I Is tw0 dollars.
tho cemetery, and to becomo members
of the association. Membership feo
MARKETS FOR NUTS
Tho Coll pro Forestry Department,
Prof. Clark In charge, will tako nuts !
this fall and market them at the
best prices obtainable, retaining n
BmaR commission for the servico. God
oends nuts, let everybody save them.
Further notice soon.
FARM FOR SALE
80 acres of land on Richmond and
Kingston plko, 2 miles from Berea,
for sale. 8 room dwelling, good well,
orchard and all necessary out houses.
Write, Ellbu Blckncll.
Berea, Ky., R. P. D. No. 1.
Cemetery Association will bo held
in the Parish House at Berea, Oct.
10th, nt 7:30 p. m.
All tho members of tho associa
tion are cordially urged to bo present
at this mooting for tho transaction of
general business and tho election of
officers for the ensuing year.
Tho Executive Commltteo joins
heartily In extending an iuvltatlon to
nil citizens to be present, who wish to
tako an interest In the welfare of
Matters of Interest will bo present
ed at this meeting.
T. J. Ostorne, President.
W. F. KIdd. Treasurer.
J. A. Burgess, Secretary.
Mrs. S. L. Hanson.
A. W. Titus.
'Men havo been known to pray in
church for something to do, when
their wives had to saw nearly all
930.00 TO S100.00 A MONTH
For your par tlm Bxperltnc not need
ed. Want an active man In thle loctlltr.
To Introduce ue to your friend. We py
larceet cash benefits when tick, injured,
and at death, for imalleet coat. Free-Insurance
and Caih-Bonu offer to first ap-
nllant f rnm MM nl... Wrl,. .nl.b .a.
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bvciuiiuu i uvxiugiuu, oaiuiuay niter, particulars.
THE I-L-U 833. Covington, Ky.
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. B. ROIERTS, Prop.
Coyte InMsMwt. Mats 3C :i t n
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.
"We Quality Store"