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April 7, 1921
Pre-War Prices on $2,000.00 Tire Stock
For fifteen days only, we. are offering our large stock of Goodrich Cord
and Fabric casings at pre-war prices. This is an opportunity you cannot
afford to miss if you are going to need tires this spring or summer.
Tires are likely to be a little higher as the season advances and you
will have to pay a higher price than we are offering our large stock for at
this time. As some sizes will not last long, act at once if you want to
take advantage of our offer.
Where Do You Stand?
Civ;', of all mature adults in the United
States are without anything saved.
85'S of all over CH) years of age in the Unit
ed States are dependent on others for the nec
essaries of life.
GO.OOO.OtiO adults have nothing Ixtwecn
them and dire toverty but their daily wane.
START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT
$1.00 oix'tis a savings account. We will In.
glad to help you plan to save more.
COME IN AND TALK IT OVKK
FABRIC CASINGS CORD CASINGS FABRIC CASINGS
Smootk Safety Ribbed Safety Smooth Safety
. $13.75 $15.45- 32x4 .... $27.88 $29.30
16.50 18.40 $27.00 $28.00 33x4 .... 29.00 30.50
20.50 22.15 36.00 37.00 34x4 .... 30.00 31.20
IF YOU CANNOT AFFORD A NEW CAR, PAINT THE ONE YOU NOW HAVE
Spring is here and we have a first class painter who understands the art of painting a car. In fait, he is
putting out such good work that the cars are taken for new ones. He invites you to came in and get his estimate
on your particular car. Trices are reasonable anil you put yourself under no obligation lv asking for prices.
CURTAIN REPAIRING AND TOP RECOVERING
We are now equipped to repair your curtains and to put on new tops when they need it. If part of your
curtains are in bad shape, let us put in new glass and put them in first class condition.
We have for sale at a bargain the following used cars in good condition:
2 Dodge Touring Cars 1 Briscoe 1 King 8 2 Fords 1 Chevrolet Sedan (New)
FIRST CLASS MECHANICAL WORK. BATTERY RECHARGING, BATTERIES, OIL, GASOLINE
Dodge Brothers Motor Cars
Berea Motors Company
Nes of Peres and Vicinity,
(lathered from a Variety
A very important nieetinjr wilt ha
held in the M. E. Church, Tuesday,
April 12, at 7:30 p. m. Mr. Ban
croft of Ohio will he the speaker.
Robert Cook of Dtpot street, wh
has been very ill with pneumonia, i.
reported to be better.
Scott MiGuire has returned, after
spending: the winter in Texas.
Rev. Carl Vogel has gone to Cin
cinnati to hear Billy Sunday.
V. B. Walden is occupying the
building next to the M. E. Church bs
a law office.
Mrs. Elizabeth Weidler of Cantor
()., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. C.
N. Shutt. She expects to remain
about a month.
Messrs. Leslie Ballard and Jimnre
Harris made a business trip to Cor
Wm. B. Harris is representing The
Citizen as subscription atrent in Be
rea and vicinity.
Cecil Jackson, traveling salesman
for Lexington Dry Goods Co., left
town Wednesday for a three or four
weeks' trip thru the mountains.
Mildred Kinnard, who was operat
ed on for appendicitis, is home again.
Roy Jackson is the proud parent
of a big boy, christened Burnam P.
Mr. Jackson will be remembered here
as a student in the year 1905.
Simon Muncy and family have
moved to Richmond, where they will
make their home for the present.
Miss Pearl Seott of the Normal De
partment, who has been out of school
for some time on account of illness,
left Tuesday for her home in Texas.
Quite a number of Berea students
and music lovers were in Lexington
Monday evening to attend the concert
of the New York Philharmonic Or
cbestra held at Woodland Auditorium.
Rev. W. C. Noble left on Saturday
evening to attend the Methodist Con
ference at Newark, New Jersey. He
expects to visit his folks at Preston,
Maryland, before returning home. It
was his Intention to attend the Billy
Sunday meetings in Cincinnati over
Herbert A. Wilder, of Boston
trustee of Berea College, and his as
soclate, Mr. Campbell, who are en
route to Atlanta and JarksonvilV,
stopped over for two days in Bcrev
Mr. Wilder is also trustee of At
lanta University and Tuskegee Institute.
Dean Ma then y has gone to Knox
ville to attend the Mountain Confer
ence. He will return Friday.
Mrs. E. G. Walker, who has been
ill for several days, Is Improving.
E. T. Fish has been called to Lex-
ington to see his brother, William
Fish, who is seriously ill.
E. G. Walker has returned from
Irvine to spend a day or so at home.
Bert Harrison has gone to Cincin
nati to buy a new stink for his store.
The Jackson Street League will
meet at the home of J. N. lK-un on
Monday, April 11, at 1:'M p. m.
J. II. McKinney is having the house
' raied and is otherwise impruving
the VanWinkle property on L'rtill
street, which he purchased last fail.
; He expects to move his family t
the new location in a short time.
Francis, the young son of I'rof. E.
L. l'ix, is sick with scarlet fever, but
is having a light case and is npoi't
! ed as progressing favorably.
In a Utter received from Charles
I Carpenter, he states thut he is em
ployed in a railroad otlice in lupcka,
and is enjoying his new
Robert Loe, Jr., is able to walk
aguin, after serving a four weeks'
term as an invalid with a broken l-c
! T. B. Stephenson has returned from
Mt. Jackson, Indiana, much improved
! in health, after u few weeks' treat
I inent in thu sanitorium at that place.
! S. E. Adams, of Letcher county, is
! visiting his father-in-law, 1. W.
Webb on Jackson street. His son,
I Conley, is attending the Bi rea Train
Today, Thursday, is field day for
Berea College. A full account of the
sports will be published in next
Old Berea friends are having a
great treat this week in the visit of
one of its former citizens, (nee Miss
Minnie Wilson) now Mrs. Benjamin
Ma tree, who, with her husband, are
renewing old acquaintances in this
town. Mr. and Mrs. Magee are resi-
I dents of Gary, Indiana. Mrs. Magee
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Wilson, former well-known citi
zens of Berea. Mr. Magee was a
former student at Valparaiso. Whilj
on this trip Mr. and Mrs. Magee
will visit friends in Cynthiana, In
dianapolis, Cincinnati, Fort Thomas,
Richmond, and the vicinity surround
A series of revival meetings weie
held in the Middletown Baptist
church last week and closed with the
service Sunday night. The services
were condtiited by the pastor, the
Rev. H. C. Baker, assisted by Rev.
Win. Bell of Lexington. lue to un
favorable weather part of the week,
the attendance was not so large as
usual. There wire no additions to
the church, but the spiritual life of
the church was quickened and niu. h
good was accomplished.
FOR SALE OK EXCHANGE
A Registered Saddle Stallion and
Good Jack. J. W. Herndon, Berea,
Two full blood Burt Orpington
Cockerels. Enquire of Howard II.
Hudson, Jac ks, n stru t. 2t-42.
I r. Hutching will speak next Sun
day at 11 a. m. in Union church up
on "A Tonic for the Faint-lb arted.''
The topic for the midweek service,
Thursday evening at T.oO, will be,
"The Renewing of the Spiritual
CHAM.E or LOCATION
Having seven'. 1 my reimertioti
with the Robinson Hospital and
Clinic, I have opened an ofiice in tin'
Berea Bank & Trust Co. building.
Those desiring my services or con
sultation will find me at the ab ve
Dr. J. M. Morri-
At the Christian church, Tuesday Every man has days when bis sus
evenitig, April 12, at 7 :'!) o'clock, p(.nderrt insist on petting twisted anil
Miss Virginia Slade, of Lexington, nj h,, )tp,.p coming down.
Reader and Impersonator, will give j
her latest and best number, "Alice,1
Sit by the Fire," by J. M. Barrie. A' Noiaiy Public Phone No. 9
scintillating comedy in three acts.
Admission, adults 'Joe; children, 15c.!
Eastern Wins from Stanford
Eastern Normal won the first ball
Same of the season at RichmonJ
Monday afternoon, defeating Stan
ford High 5 to 4.
SPRINC CLEAN-UP CAMPAIGN
The week of April 18th to the 22nd
has been designated CLEAN-UP
1 WEEK. The State Department of
1 Hualth urges all residents in the
State to coperate in a general
CLEAN-UP of all buildings from
cellar to attic. Get rid of all that
accumulation of old papers, oily and
! dirty rags, discarded clothing, rub
bish and other valueless materials.
FIRE and DISEASE are invited
whtn these conditions exist.
See Our Store in its
Kvcry man and
voting man should
inspect our new stock
No matter what
your preference as
regards style, pat
tern, or color, von
will find JUST THi:
Sl'IT to please you
OUR Suits for Spring are
Big Money Saven
Hy that we mean
they combine all thr
essentials that you
demand of GOOD
Prices That are a Genuine
See our Selection
J. M. Coyle & Co.
iW. B. WALDEN
Pi settee b Chestnut St . by M. K. Church
in all Omit BKREA. KY.
SEE W.F.KIDD FOR
REAL ESTATE ;
BEREA KENTUCKY j
List Your Property
Scruggs. Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE ACENTS
F. L. MOORE'S
First Class Repairing
Fine Line of Jewelry
MAIN ST. BEREA, KY
Berea National Bank
Down Comes the Price of Flour
A sulistanti.il reduction that 'will be ap
preciated by the many satisfied users oi
our superior iiality Hour.
Dolly Varden, reduced to $1.30
Gold Dust, reduced to 1.40
Henry Clay, reduced to 1.50
Amoii our many bargains in canned
Salmon, per can 10c
Tomatoes, per can 10c
Corn, per can 10c
(lardt-n time is lure and we h.ixe a full
and complete line of garden tools as well
as garden seeds ( all kinds.
HENSLEY & DAVIDSON
In Welch Block B.rea. Ky.
Listen to Honest Abe
BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR SPECIALS
White Loaf Flour, white as snow, per bag $1.25
All Kinds of Seed Potatoes, per bu. 2.00
Best Mill Feed, per bag $2.20 and 2.2S
Best Clover Hay, genuine clover, per 100 1.50
No. 1 Timothy Hay, per 100 - - 1.50
Some Good Hay, per 100 - $1.00 to 1.25
Car of Seed Oats just arrived.
Car of Seed Potatoes rolling now.
A. B. Cornett & Sons
Main Street - - Berea, Kentucky
PUBLIC SALE !
Having sold my farm. 1 will offer for sale at public
auction at Whites Station, Ky., on
Wednesday, April 20, 1921
at 10 o'clock
the following described property:
2 Jersey Cows sad Cslves
1 Jersey Cow, giving milk
I 2-yr.-old Heifer
1 Yearling Steer
2 Sows snd 1'igs
I Cood Work HorHe
1 Mare, good driver
1 Huggy and Harnetts, good as new
2 Farm Wagona
1 Turning Mow
1 Itully Hoy
1 Hay Frama
1 Oat Cutter
I Cream Separator, good as new
1 Tool lios
1 CompUte Set of Blacksmith Tools
Some Corn and Hay
1,500, mora or leim. Tobacco 8ticks
Terms will be made known day of sale
N. E. ANDERSON
Whites Station .....