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March 5, iOU.s
OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A
VARIETY OF SOURCES
CITT PIIONK 133
Offic over Berea Bank A Trust Co.
" V DAN H.YRECK
Fire, Life, Acddeat, aad Lire Stock
Will if n jour bond.
Phone 505 Richmond, Ky.
L. & N, TIME TABLE
North Bound, focal
KnoxvilW 7:00 a. m 10:53 p. m.
BEREA 1:07 p. m. 3:52 a. m.
Cincinnttl 6:30 p. m. 7:45 a. m.
South Bound, Local
Cincinnati C:30 a. m. 8:16 p. m.
BEREA 12:34 .p.m. 12:33 a.m.
Knoxvilh 7:00 p. m. 6:50 a. m.
No. 31 will stop to Uk on passen.
gers for Knoxvllle and points beyond.
Cincinnati 8:00 a. m.
BEREA 11:55 a.m.
No. 32 will stop at Berea to take
on passengers for Cincinnati, O., and
BEREA 4:45 p. m.
Cincinnati 8:50 p. m.
Miss Fannie Dowden of Paint
Lick- is in town for several weeks'
isit with friends.
Miss Christine Aslier of Wallace
ton was shopping in Berea last Fri
day. Mr. A. Marcuiu made a business
trip to Nicholasville, Jessamino Co.,
last Thursday, returning Saturday.
Mr. E. T. Fish was in Richmond
the first of the week.
Mr. F. O. Bowman spent last
Thursday afternoon and evening in
Best Bugsies, Best Buggies, Best
Buggies. Ifct Buggies, Best Buggies, I
Best Buggies, Best Buggies, Best
Buggies, Best Buggies at Welch's.
Mr. Oscar Johnson, brakeman for
the L. A' X. Railroad, visited with
homcfolks in Bcfea last week.
W. J. Edmunls of Louisville was
in Berea the first of the week.
Mr. Chas. S. Rico of Rice Station
was visiting in Berea Sunday and
Monday of this week.
Mr. J. H. Cooper, travelling sales
man for the Litllelleld and Stceres
Candy Co. of Knoxvillo called on
the merchants here Monday.
It looks like a continued sale at
Welch's for the prices haven't been
changed. , (ad)
Miss Jes-jl- Smith came up from
Livingston where she is teaching
and spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents on Center St.
Mrs. W. H. Brannaman of Boyd
is spending a few days with homc-
fiilk'g nnd friend iti Iteren.
.. r !. r -.11 t i, 1 . r.. 1- I
ins. UUUJv LtlSWi;.! Ul 1UU5II uiuun
is visiting this week with her
mother. Mrs. Nannie Brannaman
on Chestnut St.
Mr, E. A. Adams, clerk in Welch's
srocery store, spent Sunday in Lex
ington. Timothy, clover, red lop seed
oats and all kinds of tho very best
?eeds now on sale at Welch's, (ad)
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ely are tho
proud parents of a fine baby girl.
Mr. A. J. Smith, traveling sales
man for Farris, Fuller, Crenshaw
Dry Goods Co. of Knoxvllle, Tenn,
pent the week end with bis fami
ly on Center St.
Mrs. F. M. Moran was in Rich
mond on business last Friday.
Mrs. Laura Jones mado a busi
ness trip to Cincinnati tho first of
Mr. Morris Phillips visited homo
folks at Wildie last Sunday and
Miss Lucy Praler of Mlddlesboro,
is visiting for n fow days with
friends in town.
Ir . .
":. Store I
Mr. ). M. Gotl spent Hie first of i
t lie week in Cincinnati on business.)
Mr. Win. Hays visited with his
daughter, Mrs. Bidder, nonr Ml.)
Vornon recently. !
Mr. Chetor Engle was In Rich-
J monil on business last Thursday.
) Mis .1. T. Thompson and Mrs. J.
I). Wynn of Paint Lick visited W.
I C. Haley on Chestnut St.
I Ml Fonnie Dowdcn is assisting
in Hit' hook bindery department of
I I lie College Printing Olllce.
, It pays to buy the best grass seeds
1 llien go lo Welch's. (ad)
Mr. Red Anderson, who lias been
employed by Judge llnlliday, has ,
accepted n position with tlic lorleri
Moore Drug Co.
Mrs. Jennie Lester Hill and son,
Lester, returned Sunday from Cor
valli, Oregon, where Lester has
been attending I lit; Oregon School
of Agriculture for the pnst two
years. He graduated at the end of
the second semester. They plan to
be in Berea for some time.
The sale is over at Welch's but
mol nil the prices go on just the
Mr. Jas. Heldon of Snider came
to Berea Sunday to succeed Mr. A.
F. Scruggs as telegraph operator at
the L. & N. depot. Mr. Scruggs has
resigned hi position and will write
Mr. nnd Mrs. Meredith Gabbard of
near Berea spent Saturday visiting
FOR RENT. One live-room cot
tage on Chestnut and Parkway. Call
on Mrs. Laura Jones, Chestnut St.,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burdetto went to
Richmond Monday where thoy will
spend the week. Mrs. Burdetto is
taking treatment from Dr. Sandlin.
Mrs. J. A. Early was slightly ill
the tlrst of the week at the home of
her son, Mr. Jim Early, on Chestnut
Mrs. Early is 92 years of age
and as a rule enjoys good health
Miss Grace Lee Cornelius went to
Cincinnati Monday of this week to
take her music lesson.
Mr. Jack Wood of Wildie spent
Sunday in Berea.
You always get the best grass
seeds at Welch's. (nd)
Tho Woman's Missionary Society
of the Baptist Church met with Mrs.
L. A. Davis on Tuesday of this week,
and bad a very interesting meeting
and a good time. Dainty refresh
ments were served after the busi
Mr. It. R. Coyle spent the first of
the week in Cincinnati and Louis
ville on business.
Miss Laula Isaacs left last week
for Wallard, Sask, Canada, where
she expects to engage in teaching.
Mr. Jeff Murphy and wife have
rented a part of the property on
Prospect St. belonging to D. C. Pul
lins. Mr. Pulling, whose wife died
recently, will live with them.
Mrs. Laura Turner of Kerby Knob
who has been visiting her father, Mr.
D. X. ntick. nnd sister. Mrs. Plnnervl
and Mrs. Lengfellner, and other
friends in town, left Saturday to
join her husband at their new homo
at North Vernon, Ind. Mr. Turner
has a splendid position there as
farm foreman of a 1,000 aero farm
owned by Ohio Wcsloynn Univer
sity and supervised by Mr. S. L.
RECEPTION TO DR. AND MRS. G0SS
A large company of friends gath
ered at Iloono Tavern on tho ovening
of Saturday, February 21st, to meet
with Rev. Charles Frederick Goss
and Mrs. Goss of Cincinnati, who
were for a timo visiting Berea. Tho
occasion was a very happy one, us
Dr. and Mrs. Goss huvo mado for
themselves many friends in Berea
during their all too brief stay. Var-1
ions addresses in tho different'
chapels wore recolvcd by tho stu
dents with enthusiasm, as Dr. Goss
has with unsparing good will met
the numerous demands upon him to
address tho students. Out of u wido
and varied experience as well as
from a storo of ripo scholarship, ho
has brought forth treasures both
new and old. A largo audience
gathered to hear his sermon in the
Parish House. Berea extends to
theso friends u hearty Invitation to
SM CLARKSTON 0-5
Hardware and Groceries
MAIN STREET, Near Bank
Institute was held Inst Friday nnd
Saturday, Feb. 27th and 28th nl Ko
rea a usual. Tho program started
with the organization of tho Insti
tution for tho year. Tho ofllccrs
elected were: Pres., J. W. Herndon;
Vice Pres., U. S. Torrill; Scc'y, Jesse
The following persons look part
ini Ibe program: J. K. llltu of Ten
nessee, who lectured on livo stock
I production, W. II. Anderson of Ind
! inna on Soil Fertility and Corn Pro
duction; C. I.. Clayton of Ohio on
Fruit Orowing; Prof. Montgomery
on Seed Corn; Mr. J. W. Herndon
on Mule Production; Mr. Haird on
Rural Liro; Prof. Clark on Fertiliz
ers and Crop Rotation. Mr. Flancry
on Business Farming, and Mr.
Fletcher on Canning,
The speakers handled their sub
jects in both a convincing and
practical way which compelled tho
nterest of everyone present nnd
especially the fanners.
The average attendance of
farmers was the largest of any in
stitute ever held here and the meet
ing resulted in a cooerative plan
Tor buying fertilizers direct from
manufacturer lo the farmers. In
ten minutes enough fertilizer was
PRICES Always Right. QUALITY Best oa Earth.
spoken for to amount to about two
carloads. This is a big step toward
cooperation and is a sign that the
fanners are opening their eyes to
the opportunities around them to
i enjoy better methods of farming.
The Ladies' Department of tio
institute- was conducted by Mrs.
Ginn, Miss Tyler and Miss SIicIqw.
Instructive demonstration, were
given in cooking and sewing. Miss
Tyler surprised the people by pre
paring cowpeas in a variety of ways
for table use. which shows that this
wonderful legume is not only adapt
ed to the farm but also has n great
value a a human food.
Jests G. Baugh.
The twonty-lirst birthday of Miss
Helen L. Knecland, who for many
years has lived with her aunt, Mrs.
L. V. Dodge, was pleasantly celo
brated on Saturday last. Following
the family observanco of tho day,
Miss Knecland was completely sur
prised a littlo after 7:00 p. m. by tho
advent at Professor Dodge's of a
company of young people. Theso
were: Mrs. Grace Smith, Misses
Lucy Webb, Maud Welch, Dahlia
Ambrose, Sarah and Pearl Jones,
Katheriuo and Edith Harwood,
Messrs. Baugh, Evans, Jones, La.'.
Myers and Smith. The timo until
0:15 was made to seem short by con
versation, stories, educating games
nnd light refreshments.
A dinner in honor of Mrs. K. U.
Putnam was given by Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Stephens, March 1st, at tholr
cozy homo on Chestnut St. Tho
guests wore Misses Boatrlght, Luoy
Smith, Edith Frost and Mrs. Put
nam. Tho cordial welcome and tho
good cheer caused all lo forget the
wintry blast without and tho beau
tiful dinner proved tho hostess to
bu mistress of culinary art. Kaoh
one felt that it was a raro oppor
tunity to ronow and seal old friendships.
The February 201 1 1 Issue of The
Record of South Pasadena, Calif,
states that Dr. and Mrs. Cowloy nro
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Brymcr
r I to I lniilnrnv rinnil. Mr.
Jones and Mrs. Cowley nro slslors.
Prof. C. F. Riimohl left on the
fast train last Friday nflernoon on a
business trip I" Kansas City.
' Rev. A. C. Haird, of Crab Orchard,
I Ky visited last Saturday with his
son. Win. Jesse, who is a student of
the College Department.
The Mises Bessie Vaughn and
Viola Gllmore visited over Sunday
I Willi Mis Lou Phillips at her home
Mr. Earl Stephens of the Academy
Department, met his father, Mr. E.
L. Stephens, Cashier of tho Bank at
I Uil t'.ii-ui I1ti nl WiiiMinslnr Inul
1 Thursday, and accompanied him toj
Frankfort, returning the first of this
Mr. Alfred Wood of the Senior
Academy Class spent Sunday with
! home folks at Wildie.
1 Mr. Jas. A. Burgess, Superinten
dent of the Woodwork Department,
starts this week for Florida where
he will spend two weeks resting.
! preparatory for tho strenuous work
I of (lie spring.
Dr. and Mr. Go, ivlm luivn heen
visiting at Boone Tavern for sever-1 Parker made tho most points for J ",or,r" . "
al days, returned to Cincinnati last the Normal and Coylo made six of ?" "'J,,0 "JiX or
,, . , i., ... , . P0" naye been married man. Wei-
Friday, (the Academy s points. ' iBy
Professor Marsh returned Monday! 't Is the first timo in years that
from Richmond. Va, whero ho has4 'he Normal has conquered the Acn- NOTICE
been attending an educational cou-i ''?"'' they aro lo bo congratu- All those wishing to buy slraw
ference for several days. lal-'I on tho tine work which se-1 iM!rry, tomatoe, sweet cabbage and
Treasurer Osborne received word ,1,eir vic,'ry. celery plants in wholesalo quanli-
rccently of the death, after a severe1 . -,,, , "''n ' ivo " orders this
illness, of bis brother. .Mr. William ' ., occasion ,,, ns olilonviso wo aro not
II. 0,bon.e, of Reading, England. . 1 teachers of the col- i planting more than for our own and
During Treasurer and Mrs. Osborne's
visit in England last "summer they
i... n. ...in. ....
t.-'i;iii i I'lW'lUlll. iiiuiiiis nil U
Oborne in North Devon. Mr. Os-." """" r.3"' '" lu "u '"fvaior, i plow, i spring wagon, tiio
! borne was acquainted will, Prcsi-' f "'''f1 ? l.ll I? forget wagon for ?I5. Come and make a
dent Frost and Dr. Cowley, and also bo"kf a!" 11,0 catr ofr8' 60 1 ! '' " rest.
U'roressor Mason, a former Iterea. Pin of Joyous fellowship provail-j BCREA COLLEGE GARDEN DEPT.
i vvnrtoi- I 11 was vor' evident that the as-1 (w .
IW I . I I , I.....!,.. H...I
i Edward Hatteii of the Foundation thu pedagog in no way dispelled
.Department was called to his home (he liking for a good time and the
,-nt Lebanon, Monday. joys that pertain to the days of
I Phillip W. Davison, n student of "'h. The company dispersed with
last year, sends word from Pine- deling on tho part of all that they
hurst. N. C. that ho is enjoying his'"0"'1' like lo do it again.
work at the famous summer resort. I
He says that tho golf playing is line.1
The members of the Cabinet of
the Young Women's Christian Asso-!
ciatlou with Miss Frances Smith,'
tho traveling secretary who was
visiting the Association nt thalj
time, met ut the hospitable bomoj
(of Mrs. II. E. Taylor last Wednesday'
evening and bad a most interesting'
nnd profitable meeting and very on-
Mr. Juno Logsdon of Jcnks, Ky,
former student of Hio Normal Depart
ment, is spending a few days visit
ing relatives in town.
Rov. Young of near Richmond was
in Berea Monday of this week.
The Misses Blanche Davis and
Myrtle Staru and Messrs. A. D. Todd
and Jack Imrio attended tho con
ference of tho Student Volunteers
of Kentucky at Wllmoro Snturduy
Announcement is received of tho
birth of a baby boy to Rov. and Mrs.
E. E. Young of Harrison County, In
diana. Mrs. Young will ho remem
bered as Miss Rebecca Mainous, of
Vincent, Owsley County, who was a
student in Berea in 1008.
Word has also been recoived from
Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvoy K. Moycr, of
Carlisle, Pa., announcing tho birth
of a sou, Harvey Kessler Meyer, Jr.
Mrs. Moyor was Mls9 Frances
ShulU. Mr. Moyor Is a "worker In
tho Cnrlislo Indian School.
We Still Have
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS
AND LADIES' & MEN'S
J. B. RICHARDSON
Senior Girls Entertain
I'lie women of tho Senior clas.
with the assistance of Miss Welsh
ud Mi. Bowersox. entertained the
r Hi.. r,illiL-l:iin Deonrlineul
at a tea, Monday afternoon from
four to six, in Wel Room of Ladies
The room was tastefully decorat
ed with llowers and potted plants,
i In the receiving line were Misses
jShumaker, Coe, Spangler, Dunker,
i Beecher, and Mrs. Taylor, tho guest
J of honor. Tea was served and mus-
i ic was furnished by tho viciroiu
The most interesting feature of
llio afternoon was the talk by Mrs.l",t-,'"ssive in their men, inc
Taylor on her trip to England last withering was productive or great
summer. She brought with her n Kod.
1 number of pictures oL tho historic
places, which were enjoyed cry
i All voted it the unci enjoyable
, occasion of tho year.
Normal vs. Academy
One of tho most Interesting games
of tho season was played Monday
afternoon when the Academy team (
wns defeated by tho Normal, the,
core being 20-1(5. i
Both team were weakened by Hie
loss of men, but from the start to,
finish the Normal men showed bet
ter head work and belter skill in
The Normal line-up was: Harrison I
and Martin, guards; Parker, center;,
ItosMns "and Mills; forwards. j
I lie Academy men were: dray
and Coyle, guards; Hunter, center;
Phillips and Elliot (relieved by Ern-
.,ac,"l ?m m OUi
- ;;v,;m',f; nl,rl,ho '""T,0' Df- T'w "
Roberts. Thoy certainly had a live-
si- I t t
sumption of the diKiiitv that belongs
: NOTICE -:
For good Clothing, Shoes
and Furnishings of all kind
t prices that are right
HAYES & GOTT
'The Caah Store"
Main Street Berea, Kentucky
Many Bargains to
EVENING WITH THE
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo Dick enter
tained most hopitably tho teachers
and olllcers of tho Union Church
Sunday School nt their homo Mon
day evening. There was a very
thorough discussion of the oppor
tunities and needs of the school,
and plans were devised and started
for making the. school of still greater
service to the church and to the
community. Under Mr. Dick's lead
ership Ilio school is doing active and
ellleiont work. The teachers are
hearty In their support and
WKD.NT.SDAY, March tl. 7 SMI p. m.
Chapel. Oratorical Conic!, Be-"1
rea Prohibition Association.
WEDNESDAY, March 25, Lyceum
lecture by Thomas Brooks
Fletcher. Spring term ope as.-
The Chine nefer eat beef.
India has crabs two feet long; -Famllr
Jars contain, aa a rule tears.
A good butter la ssad from cocoa-
I ... MI1W
rirpad minded mea are the oaea rest
can confine bj argument.
Cupid accomplish little wia be
shoot with an old beau.
J or sale
i Disk Harrow, t two-horse culli-
FOR SALE. For Salo on easy
terms or will exchange for other
stock a good young draft stallion
and jack. Will not let out on shares.
J. W. Herndon.
(ad) Bcroa. Ky.