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February 27, 1913.
NEWS OF BEREA. AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A
VARIETY OF SOURCES
CITY PIIONK 1SS
Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co.
.Mr. uiuncici or iiarbourviiio was
In town at the first of the week ar
janglng matters for his graduation
Horn the College couiuo at Commence
Houses will burn. Insure In an old
rollaulo Company. II. C. Woolf. (ad.)
Miss Nettle Scrlvncr left, Tuesday,
for Richmond, where Bho takes a
position with a millinery More.
Tho College has given notice that
nil water used at business places,
stores, and livery stables, will be
sold only by meter nfter April 1st.
Tills will help to secure a more con
stant water supply for nil consumers
The Colored Subscription School is
moving on well this winter In charge
of Miss Harris.
Tho Colored Sunday School with
such workers as Melissa Hallard and
DAN H. DRECK
Fire, Life, Accident, and Live Stock
Will sign your bond.
Phone 505 ,FJchraond, Ky.
North Bound, Local
Knoiville 7:00 a. m. 10;M p. m.
UEHKA 1:07 p. m 3:6t a. n.
ClnclnnaU 6:30 p. m. 7:45 am.
South Dound, Local
PlnMnnill fi!30 a tn. 8:15 t. m.
BEREA 12:34 p.m. 12:33 a. m. ' M,sa Klchnrds Is doing very useful
Knoiville 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. n.
No. 32 will stop at Berea to tako
on passengers for Dayton, O., Rich
mond, Ind., Indlanapolla, Itfd., Colum
bus, O., and points beyond.
Cincinnati 8:00 a, m.
UEREA 11:65 a. m.
No. 33 will stop to taka on pas
sengers for Atlanta and points ba
yond. North Bound
feMtK&a 4:4 p. m.
CtaelanaU 1:37 . sa,
Mr. Edgar Engto has recovered from
Miss Stella Griffith gave a party
at her home on Boone St., Friday
evening, In honor of her guest, Miss
Katheri no Thomas, of Ford.
Mr. Walter Knglo has purchased tlui
restaurant near tho station.
Miss Addle Fish accompanied Ly
her uncle, E. B. Fish, left last week
for a few dayo stay at Mt. Jackson
Sanitarium, Indianapolis, Ind.
16 per cent fortlllzer Is known by
everybody. Sold at Welch's, (ad)
Mr. and Mrs. U. M, Burgees and lit
tle daughter, Huth, of Paint Lick,
spent from Saturday until Monday
with tho Mlsaes Bertha and Nina
Miss Lena Cox's brother, who has
been visiting hero for some time left,
Como to the great demonstration
of HI inch's good things to cat fit
Holllday's, next door to Postofflcc,
Berea, Ky., on Saturday, March 1st.
1913. Exports will bo on hand to tell
all about the good things. Everybody
Tho many friends of F. O. Bowman,
of Tho Citizen office, will le pleased
to learn that ho la soon to be out
of tho hospital. Ho Is now recovering;
from an attack of typhoid fever. His
friendly ways have made for him
Prof, and Mrs. Bowman aro happy
in tho Improved condition of their
sick children, all of whom ar now on
tho road to recovery. Their frlend3
sympathize with the anxiety thev
havo suffered the past weeks.
I have a few valuable building lots
for salecheap. H. C. Woolf. (ad.)
Mr. D. M. Click of Kerby Knob, to-
gether with two of his nieces, tho
Misses OllI and Nannie Hatfield,
Iiassed through Berea, Monday, cn
their way to Tennessee, whero they
will spend a fow wocks vUltlng with
friends and relatives.
Wo havo Just received a complete
stock of spring slippers and low-shoes.
wo havo all the new styles, in pa
tent, velvet, suede, vicl and dull kid,
gun-metai, white buck and canvass,
(ad) Mrs. S. It. Baker.
At a meeting of tho Town Council
on the second Tuesday in February,
Mr. James A. Collins was tbcted
town marshal. Ho baa entered upon
his duties with efficiency.
Grass seeds, plowi, and wlro fence
at Welch's. (&d)
In the Musical Contest between tho
different gradcB of tho Foundntbn
pany to Schenectady, whero ho Is one
of 18,000 employees In tho great elec
trical works. Ho says that savernl
thousand of his fellow .workmen nni
Mr. Morrltt l'owell entertained a
couple of student friends nt his homo
In Richmond, Saturday and Sunday,
Pres. and Mrs. Frost entertained
tho members of tho 8enlor clnos and
Mrs. Hubbaid, Mies Welsh and Prof.
Cromer nt dinner nt their home,
Monday evening. At the close of tho
delightful meal, a number of stir
ring college songs were sung nnd the
seniors nnd other guests took their
Thelma Simpson of tho Mod.i
Schools, spent a few days last week
at her homo In Buckeye, Garrard Co.
Miss Uosejla Roberts returned
homo, Monday, from a short visit
with friends In Mt. Vernon.
Miss Blanche Nlcolln, a student In
the College Department, was called
to her home, Lancaster, O., on ac
count of the Illness of hrr mother.
Tho Senior Class of tho Academy
Department were delightfully enter
tained nt tho home of Prof, and
Mrs. Matheny during Vesper hour,
Tho Citizen has been republishing
leave with grateful appreciation to j ,n l"1"'!'"' form this week, n num.
Pres. and Mrs. Frost for tho plena- bn of vnluab' articles which havo
own appearing at mrrcrrnt times In
Its columns. This Includes a health
series by Dr. Cowley, addresses on
Some of our teachers have receiv
ed copies of tho Rorcn story "Goose
Creek Folks," which was written by
Miss Lillian Bush, a Berea teach-r
two years ago. It Is n delightful
mountain story, the plot being laid
at Berea and the characters easily
recognlred as Berea ieople. Miss
Bush is now in Now York City, whero
she and her sister nre writing other
Samuel Rice, a well-known Betva
student Is spending this year work
ing in the Sanitarium nt Battle
Creek. He hopes to get back Into
school again next year.
The Bible Class leaders, eighteen
In number, wero entertained nt tho
house of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor last
Saturday evening. A discussion for
rural llfo by Prof. Clark and Dr. Wil
son, nnd a sermon by Pres. Frost.
Copies can bo had at this office.
Our "Campus Editor" does not al
ways reccrd all tho good thlngB go'n
on In different departments of the
Institution. Tuesday's lectures of this
week wero given In tho Upper Chapel
by Dr. Robertsen on tho "Early His
tory of Kentucky," and In tho Main
Chapel by Pres. Frcst on tho "Early
History of Iterea."
Tho lectures next Tuesday will !o
given beforo the College Department
by Dr. Hubbard, Normal Dcpartm:nt
by Dr. Howard, Academy, by Prof.
Peck. Vocational by Mr. Llvengood
nnd Foundation Schools by Mr. May.
-v. -"'-. - " betterment of tho meetings In gen
cs unit a "Musical Debate which was nnd mblo claifac8 ,n 1artIcuI:ir t
very splendid and greatly enjoyed by ed on p,wty pf good muslc I
.n, WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Meeting In their own dining room
on the afUrncon of Washington's
birthday, tho Academy Faculty and
ctudents had an exceptionally good
time. An orchesUa, arranged by Mr.
Dorral Flint, rendered a number of
good selections. After a promenade.
games wero played, and shortly be
fore leaving, dainty refreshments were
Tho carpentry class under the lead
of Mr. Hook Is getting wine practi
cal experience la putting up partitions
in tho old Congregational Church.
When means permit this bulldlns
will bo plastered and fitted up for n
Music Hall, as tho number of students
In cabinet organ Is now so great that
more room is necessary.
The school of Fireside Industries, In
chargo of Mrs. Embers, Is to be mov
ed to tho basement of the new girl's
Tho attendance of students Is hold
ing out better than ever before this
winter, and shows an increase in all
departments. There are 1,39-' students
in actual attendance this week.
The measles which has made to
much troublo In former years and
has been actively scattered by a num
ber of students this year, has been
held in check by tho vigilance and
skill of Dr. Cowley and his assistants.
There are 17 cases now In the Hos
pital. Profs. Marsh, Matheny and Dins
moro left, Saturday, to attend tho
Educational Association of Philadel
phia, which is being held this week.
Profs. Hubbard and Calfeo went out
to Hyden, Ky., Monday, on business.
The Foundation Schools at the
Washington's birthday socials gave a
very Interesting program. Each Bchool
rendered ono song and recitation.
Tho exorcises assumed the nature
of a content, and much enthusiasm
prevailed. Miss Powell's schcol gave
a unique exercise, In which a speech
waa made for each of our country
past presidents, the subjects being
Interspersed with national songs. The
girls with sashes of our national col
ors mado a fine appearance,
Glenn Hoffman, a well-known Be
rea student, writes his friends that ne
has changed his location from New
ork City, whoro ho has been employ
ed with the Bradley construction Com
The College met at 10 o'clock for
was rendered, and refreshments wero a grand procession to tho Chapel
served. I whero von- lntercsflnir ei'-i-plnr-a vrrn
II ta lh door (hat
lets In, certainty la bak
Ind rrnultn anil Irta oat
dark, soggy loaves, etc
Good dictation and
health tfo wllh rvery loal of bread baked with
mad Its delicious, palatable flavor la another
consideration not to be Ignored.
Order a aaek today If it does not please yon better than
the floor you are sow using, purchase price will be refunded
npon retara of partially need package
HOLLID A YS
The best of everything good to eat is always found at
Nxt door to Post Office. Phono 92
I" !.. Yaur PdroMis Mrnsttly llcllts !.. "I
IKE TO HAVE YOU
LEAR WHAT WE HAVE TO
lively Interest was manifested In tho
camptlro last year that a most en
Joyablo and enthusiastic season Is In
prospect. Thero are many new girls,
who already aro Interested this year,
and tho Interest of those nlready en
listed will bo deepened.
Mrs. B. II. Itobcrts will bo present,
and probably others who havo ho
signally helped will also bo on hand
to further tho movement. Miss Hilda J
Welch Is expected to be back In
April, and to cooperate with h r
usual enthusiasm. Tho Camp Klro
hopes to wclcotno Mrs. VanWtnklo
and Mrs. Charles Burdctto as naw
TO THE FRIENDS OF BOYS
A movement Is cn foot for estab
lishing a Junior Y. M. C. A. tn Ko
rea for tho 08eclal benefit of tho
A preliminary meeting w.ll b. h Id
at tho Pa-ih House, Sunday aftcr
noon at 3:30. to which all pTonB
who aro interested In tho welfare
of Uio boys aro Invited to bo prvaont.
It li hoped that each of tho churches
In town will bo represented by their
pastor end by a good delegation of
Our own defects wo often prlte,
For they aro meilts In our eyes.
Ono tract of land, seven acres, on
east sldo of railroad In Conway, Ky.
Ono good eight room dwelling built
on modern style, known as tho Hunt
property; finished In good stylo with
summer kitchen, good well, gjoj burn,
good garden, good atoro hcuso, 21x60
feet, and other out buildings. One
good four room cottngOasRoodasnow,
well finished, about fifteen young
fruit trees. I will sell for 13,2.0 on
easy terms. For further particulars
cll on or address tu at Conway, Ky
or U. S. Wyatt, IUtts. Ky.
d) KM. Hays.
POLITE SERVICE AND
await you here every day yox are
in want ot groceries. Good goods
you re sure oi in more places than
one ; but you don't want to stand
around half an hour or so waiting
10 ue served ; don't want churlish,
gruff attention when you are serv
ed. Dest articles we can buy,
courtesy, promptness all are met
ed out to you here.
Palace Meat Market
U. B. KOBKR.TS, Prefrietor.
Coylt BuJMkig, Main St. Pheaa 37
Mr. A. W. Mellows, an expert a
coustlclan from Cleveland, O., was
hero to consult with Pres. Frost for
better acoustics in the Coliego Chapel
A large additional ward room has
been made at the hospital by utilizing
tho entire attic chamber. This makes
a room largo enough to accommodate
forty or more patients.
Tho now furniture has come, and
is now in place In the west end school
which 'makes It a most up-to-date
school room In the community. A so
clai was held, Monday night, at which
Prof. Montgomery gavo au Interest
Ing tali; on farming and orgunized the
V.ni Com Club In Berea, and also a
Canning Club for girls.
Mr. Chas. Anderson spent Saturday
and Sunday In Mt. Vernon.
Prof, and Mrs. Hunt entertained
most pleasantly at a dinner, Prof.
and Mrs. Fulton and Itev. and Mrs.
Roberts at their homo on Saturday
evening. Tho tablo decorations wero
adapted to Washington's birthday,
and tho whole affair was extremely
Miss Ituport from Pactolus, Ky.,
Is visiting Miss Carrlo Spangler, of
tho College Department, who also
lives at Pactolus.
Miss May Baker of tho Wost End
of town entertained a number of her
friends at a birthday party last Sat
urday evening. All reported a good
held appropriato to the day. Tho rp'ak.
Ing was of Intensely patriotic charac
ter and consisted of a series of ad
dresses upon topics appropriate to
tho mountains by mountain students.
Mountain Iloads and tho cost of haul
ing, the mountain farms, the moun
tain Doctor, the mountain schools,
tho church, tho mountain home, and
tho relation of Scotland to tho moun
tains were somo of tho topics dis
cussed. The speakers who took upon them
selves tho work of preparing those
di8cusslonB on very short notice and
In addition to other exacting labors
acquitted themselves very creditably.
Tncy wero Messrs. Howes, Jcssa Balrd,
James l armer, Koy Houts, Thomas
Fryo, Ruffian Bust. McCoy Franklin.
James Hlllman and MUs Margartt
Tan 1 boo.
THE CAMP FIRE GIRLS
The Spring Campaign Begins This
On Saturday afternoon at 3:30 In
room No. 4, Lincoln Hall, will bo
hold tho first meeting ot tho season
of tho Camp Fire Girls. Provision
has boen made, ikTthat all tho glrlB
entitled to wood gatherers ring will
reeolvo ono without expense At this
meeting measurements will bo taken,
and orders sent for tho rings. Such a
see CLARKSTON LPR
Plows, Disc Harrows
and Farming Implements
MAIN STKJCCT. near Bonk
TILKPHONI NO. 40 CALLS
W. O. MOORE, at the Nicely Stand
For all kinds of FEED and BREAD STUFFS, Potta' Flour
and Meal in any quantity, Corn, Oats, Hay, Straw, Ship Stuff
and Chicken Feed. We are able to furnish feed in car load lota.
"Welcome home, old man-youVe
looking fine. And say, where'd
you get the classy suit?'
"Had it made to order by one of the biggest tailor.
The Globe Tailoring Co.
"Didn't know you wero in GncinnatT
I her local dealer took my measure and I picked out
the Kood9 from over 500 of the aw-lUo
ever saw. llen in a few Jv. I . .Is. fii.t.
"NJU.MolU,r Suit. I thought you'd like it"
"Likcit? Sayl Who'a their local dealer?"
HAYES C& GOTT
"ftfe Quality Store"