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August 2ft, 191
Office hour 8-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m.
Main Street Berea, Ky.
Phone No. 3
Neva of Bore and Vicinity,
Gathered from Variety
Mrs. H. L. James will spend the
wrek-end in Lexington.
Miss Bertha King, of Barbourviile,
is visitinir relatives in Berea.
Mrs. Zack Anderson and baby, of
Hazard, spent the week-end in Berea.
D. G. Bales and family visited
friends at Disputanta, Ky., Sunday.
Prof. H. L. Weir, of the Normal
School, has returned from his vaca
tion. Mrs. Oma Broadus, of Lexington,
is visiting her brother, W. P. Mont
gomery. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Black are visit
ing Mr. Black'a sister, Mrs. J. H.
Grant Huff has purchased the Wal
den home in front of the Graded
Mrs. Galloway and daughter, Miss
Mary Robe, are visiting relatives at
Miss Gertrude Eckmeier, of Terre
Haute, Ind., is visftlng her sister,
Professor Groves, of the Normal
School, and family are visiting rela
tives in Ohio.
Miss Elizabeth Elkin spent the
week-end with Mrs. Tom Todd of
Miss Nellie Montgomery left Tues
day for Morgan, Ky., where she will
teach again this year.
Mrs. John Harrison and two
daughters are visiting relatives and
friends in Cleveland this week.
Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Hutchina left
Berea this week for a few weeks' va
cation in Kentucky and Ohio.
Misses Bemice Norris and Helen
Wyatt are vis.ting relatives ami j
inenas in Kicnmona mis wk.
Deputy bherifT Anirtm, who was
shot at Disputanta on election day,
and broujrht to Berea, is doing well.
Mrs. Nannie Johnson, who has
been taking treatment at Richmond,
is back with her stster, Mrs. J. H.
Milan Rice, a Federal Board stu
dent, moved this week from Berea
to Richmond, where he will continue
Mrs. Martha E. Early left Friday
to resume her work tn Cleveland, O,
after an extended visit with her
daughter, Mrs. C. B. Holder.
Mrs. Eugene Houk and little aonjitef smn an(, B()btown piu
are visiting her relatives in Nicholas
ville. They expect to be away for
Miss Helen James went to Car
lysle, Ky., Tuesday, to visit her
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wiglesworth,
Mrs. Adison Hollond and Mrs. W. II.
Staley were looking over the Berea
College grounds last week.
John F. Dean, R. H. Chrisman,
and J. W. Stephens attended the
Kentucky Bankers' Association at
Iuisville, August 24th and 25th.
The Economy Way
Economy all the time. Some trade j
part of the time. We are glad to j
give full value for kvour money all
the time. Try us with your next or-
I ry I he r.conomy way. tsuy yourj
canned peas, corn, apples, peaches,
pineapple, cherries, pears, salmon, by
dozen or case. ,
We have just received shipment of
CofTee with a quulity to please you
12'vf 15, 25 and 30ct. per pound. If
you prefer we grind it for you.
We are selling that highest Patent
Flour. Now you have tried other
flours, try this flour of superior qual
ity, f 1 .35. Never varies; 24-lb. rack.
If you have pantry troubles, Lexing
ton Maid Flour is the remedy.
R. R. HARRIS
Telephone 130. Chestaat 8t
Lloyd Rarkley Is visiting friends
Report cornea to ua that Mra. Dr.
Morris, who haa been ill at the Col
leire Hospital, ia improving rapidly.
Robt. Raine, who has been in Ober
lin College since last winter, ia at
home for the rest of tho summer.
Mrs. Linie Hart spent last week
in the country visiting her sister anj
bmther-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James
E. Hulett of Walnut Meadow pike.
Mr. and Mrs. John Brock, of Aus
tin, Texas, were visiting in Berea
on Wednesday. Mr. Brock was for
sometime a student In Berea College.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Estill
Jones on Chestnut street, are glad to
know that their new home Is com
pleted and they will move in soon.
Mrs. P. C. Combs and her three
daughters, Gladys, Doris Kimble and
Rose Beckham, of Ixuisvillef are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hensley
Mrs. C. B. Hlder and sons, Wil
liam and Worth, left Saturday for a
visit with her sister, Mra. C. D.
Lakes, of Irvine.
Dean Waugh, who has been lectur
ing at Northwestern University, in
Illinois, this summer, returned to Be
rea on Tuesday.
Mrs. noscoe manners, oi taurj
Vj h underwent a serious oper.
Mrs. Roscoe Sanders, of Vallty
ation at the College hospital, is able
to leave the hospital and is with her
mother, Mra. D. W. Jackson.
William Hatfield has gone to De
troit to motor back with his aon-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mra. W.
B. Tate. Mrs. Tate (nee Lydia Hat
field) will teach in the Graded School.
Eugene Houk, College Farm Super
intendent, left Wednesday for Tolls
boro, Ky., where he will represent
Berea College at the State Agricul
Arthur D. Olmsted, formerly of
Berea, now of Richmond, came to Be-
rea a few days ago to have his ton
sils removed. He is under the care
of Dr. B. F. Robinson, and is doing
Mr. Rix, who was formerly in The
Citizen Office is now holding a series
of meetings at Fail-view, Ky. Some
people look forward to a vacation as
a time to rest, but Mr. Rix uses hH
vacation for doing an Important kind
John Miller writes from Chicago,
where he is doing community service
work, that he is enjoying his work
and finding it extremely interesting.
His work consists largely of attend
ing lectures and getting acquainted
with the field
Messrs. Howard Fields and Seldon
r students of Berea College, left
,agt WMk to wak thru the country
jfcmmoth Cave. We expect to
have word from them about the time
the first snow falls next winter that
they landed safely.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor returned to
Berea Tuesday from the East, where
they have been - taking a rather
extensive vacation. Mr. Taylor
walked into the Coop. Store Wednes
day morning and the price of cherries
dropped ten cents on the pound and
green persimmons went so high that
nobody could buy.
On Saturday evening, between
and 7 o'clock fit the forks of the
roads. The Standard Oil truck and
the Berea College truck clashed into
each other. A wheel was torn from
each truck, tho the one belonging to
the College appeared to have re
ceived most damage.
Mrs. R. S. Mainous, of Waynesville,
O., formerly of Berea, underwent a
very serious operation at the Mc
Clelland Hospital at Xenia, O., for
appendicitis and other troubles. (The
friends of Miss Mainous in Berea
thank the subscriber at Xenia for
this news and will be anxious to
know how he is peting alone).
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Spence spent
Sunday with Hugh Murray and fam
ily at Speedwell. They had the hon
or of helping Mr. apd Mrs. Murrav
....i.i . .. ,..: .n,.nt. ...,wi,i:.w on
niversary, and peaches were served
Rt ()inmr mM.h wpf put up by Mr
Murray fifteen years ago.
Mrs. S. K. Adams and two children
from Letcher county came, Wednes-j
day, fur a visit with her parents, Mr.
D. W. Webb, on Jackson
Do You Know?
That the leather buaineaa ia one
that NO ONE can lean In
week, month or year? My
knowledge of leather and Ita
benefit la the result of more
than TWENTY TEARS of acta
al experience. Thia ia pne rea
son I am in position to give the
public the beat material and
workmanship in Shoe and Bar
eaa Work. QUICK SERVICE
Baort Street Berea, Ey.
Misa Myma E. Canfleld ii spend
ing this week with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mra. Jamea E. Hulett
Rev. Vogel ia still improving, tho
is not yet able to be up. We hope
that he shall soon be out '
Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Swadner, of
Hamilton, O., are spending their va
cation with her parents, Mr. and Mr.
A. B. Cornett, of Jackson street.
Misa Edith Harwood, who haa been
visiting in Berea, is now visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. John L.
Prince, of Rristol, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Hart an I
Misses Edith M. Hubbard and Gladys
Roberta motored to Cave City last
week and spent few days at the
Mammoth Cave, returning early in
Carroll Bat son and family, who
have been away most of the summer,
are back at their home on Jackson
street. Mr. Ration was doing car
pentry work part of the summer in
West Virginia, but during the last
few weeks they have been visiting
relatives in Kentucky.
D. W. Webb was called to Detroit
Friday by the illness of his son, John,
who has been sick for about six
weeks. Word received from him is
encouraging, and it ia expected that
John will return with hia father and
will be at home while he ia recuper
ating. G. E. Porter and family returned
Tuesday from Iowa, where they have
been visiting Mrs. Porter's relatives.
Their trip also included a visit with
Dr. Claggett and family in South
Dakota. The trip of over 1.400 miles
to Iowa and return was made by auto
mobile and was most enjoyable.
Mr. and Mrs. Earle S. Hannaford,
(nee Misa Mildred Hudson) who
have been spending their vacation
with Rev. and Mrs. Howard Hudson,
left on the early morning train Mon
day for Springfield, Mass. Mr. Han
Tiaford will resume his studies at
Tufta College this fall. Mrs. Hanna
ford will be missed in the Registrar's
Office, where she has been ably as
sisting since the last week in June.
WEST END AND VICINITY
Mrs. Frank Ambrose and daughter,
Gracia, returned Sunday from a visit
with relatives at Panola.
Miss Ruth Chasteen has been
spending her vacation at her uncle's
home, Tom Todd, of Paint Lick.
Mrs. William Swinford has bought
her mother's store on the Weet Union
Road and is putting in a full line of
Mrs. Joe Parsons has returned
from visiting her mother in Jackson
Mrs. Jennie Roes from Colorado is
making an extended visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I Harri
Mr. and Mrs. Greene Parsons, of
Bobtown, visited Mrs. J. B. Kilboume
The new pike from the Walaceton
pike out the West Union Road is
nearing completion and the commu
nity is justly proud of its good road.
Miss Daisy Baker returned last
week from a visit with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and Mr.
and Mrs.- BufTord Jennings attended
a family reunion Sunday at Willmot's
Chapel near Crab Orchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Bealer Reynolds and
baby visited his mother in West Eend
last week. They are now living in
Miss Ruth Reynolds has been visit
ing relatives at Latonia, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bullins, of
Wildie, visited her mother, Mrs.
Nash, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mershon have
gone to Indiana on a visit.
Mrs. CofTey has been visiting her
children in Rockcastle county.
Mr. and Mrs. Green Fowler have
returned from a visit at I-aGranpe.
Mr. and Mrs. Cam Lewis spent
Sunday with her brother, Mr. Josiah
Reynolds, of White Lick.
A LONG F( K NKVF.lt
EARNED A PENNY!
And a grouch never helped a hu
man being. You can afford a smile
even if you do not feel liko it. A
smil does not cost you anything,
yet it has a business value. The chap
who ducks up smiling when every
body is pulling long fuces is the chap
you want to do business with.
The grouch only la-gets grouches
and grouchers. Iook out you are
not infected by the grouch. His
poison is morn dangerous than bol
shevism, mosquitoes and fake "hooch"
Smile when you mean it and amile
when you don't, and keep right on,
with a cheerful mug. It is :ood busi
ness. I It helps your digestion. And
it mikes you welcome everywhere,
advisee Sugarman'a Indicator.
Muny n landlord whose tuxea bare
been tucreased 30 per cent feels that
73 per cent increase In rent U Justi
fied to euehle liliu to break even.
Topic: From Asia to Europe.
Golden Text: "And they aald be
lieve on the Lord Jesus and thou aha!;
be aaved, thou and thy house. Act
We were pleased last Sunday to
have 26 members of the Gladea Bible
School with ua. Come again.
Our Bible School will visit Gladea
the first Sunday In September. We
want every member present. Visi
tors welcome. '
To members of the Berea Chris
tian Church: It Is requested that
you attend a meeting of the Church,
August 28. Come or send proxy.
CAKI) OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
and neighbors for the kindness and
sympathy shown to us thru the ill
ness and death of our darling baby.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Guinn,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Viara
BEREA-RICHMOND AUTO LINE
(Glyndon Hotel) 7:00 a.m.
Arrivea Berea 7:45 a.m.
(Boone Tavern) 10:00 a. m.
Arrives Richmond 10:45 a. m.
Furnished Rooma for Rent at 30
Boone street. tf.
LOST Silver spoon with Lakeland,
Fla, on bowl. Lost on Depot or
Chestnut street Reward for return
to Mrs. M. L. Srink.
Five hundred barrels of first-class
corn for sale at $4 25 per barrel.
See Perry James, 3 miles north
west Berea, north of Walnut Meadow
Stray Mule. I have in keeping a
four-year-old mule which came to my
place August 13. Owner may secure
same by paying for keep and cost of
Jesse McIIone, (near
Narrow Gap, Madison County). Ir,
New 5-room house; basement,
water, and ligh's; also 50-acre farm,
4 1-2 miles from Berea; well im
proved. For n bargain, write or call
owner. M. J. Carrier, Berea, Ky.
Phone No. 10 tf.
Household furniture, brass and iron
beds, refrigerator, sewing machine,
china, cupboards, chiffoniers, range,
steam pressure canning outfit, etc.;
buggy harness, saddle, garden tools,
stovewood. On sale afternoons.
JAMES WATT RAINE
Jackson Street Rerea, Ky
On Thursday, September 8, 1921,
at 10 a. m., rain or shine, I will sell
at the hirh dollar, on Clear Creek, at
Disputanta, Ky., ft'-i miles of Berea,
Ky., 4 miles of Wildie, Ky. the fol
lowing property My . farm of 73
acres of land, more or less; two good
work mules, wapon and harness,
buiiry and harness, plows, harrows.
hay, oats, and a lot of other stuff.
The purchaser of the farm will be re
quired to pay v down and will be
given "credit for one, two, and three
years on the balance due.
GKO. CHILDRESS, Owner
Boge Smith. Auct.
Notary Public Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
Practice 48 Chestnut St.. by M. E. Church
f in all Courts
Milk and Cream
Until September 20th:
Sweet Cream... 4c per qt.
Whole Milk .... 10c per qt,
BFREA COLLEGE DAIRY
TO THE MAN WHO IS WILL
ING AND WILL
We are prepared to of
fer unusual opxrtuni
ties for money making
NOW and creating a
competence for the
fm Caatruti m4 Twritwy AeaVeu
COMMONWEALTH LIFE IN.
A financial institution cannot be judge dby
the volume of deposits alone or by its divi
dends to stockholders.
There are higher standards of service than
these the standards of service rendered in
the development of the community indus
trial, commercial, civic.
This hank undertakes to maintain its ser
vice to its customers and its community on the
highest possible plane. It is because of this
that, several years ago, it joined the FI'.DER
AL KESICRVK SYSTEM to make 'sure that
its patrons enjoyed every protection and every
facility; it is because of this that it main
tains a surplus of $50,000 and that it provides
every modern equipment.
The Berea National Hank likes to be judged
on the basis of its service to its customers and
Berea National Bank
Get Your Money's Worth
At Honest Abe's
We mean by this that you should not try to
see how much you can get for a dollar in
quanitity, but see what you can get in quality,
such as J. E. M. Flour, Pott's Gold Dost, H.
J. Heize's goods of all kinds.
Then, if you need Hardware Queensware
step over in next room, where you'll find any
thing you need.
A. B. Cornett & Sons
Phone No. 129
Main Street - - Berea, Kentucky
See or Call on
W. F. KIDD
Hauling of All Kinds
GOOD CAR FOR SALE
Model 4 Overland Road
ster. Has not been run
Guaranteed to be in good
condition. Your chance
to buy a good car.
Write or see
Taylor & Rucker
F. L MOORE'S
First CUm Repairing
Fin Line of Jewelry
MAIN ST. BEREA, KY
"Hitting On All Six"
If yon want to do your share to
ward "accelerating" the return ot
normal conditions, st p the "bark
fire" in the moft of your house
wife's lab rs t'eir tut the "earbow
of sluggishness 'tare up the ca:bu
rrtor" of "rep" and "throw er la
high" straight away.
Look about your home see what
you really should hare in the way of
NEW PLUMBING OR
Trices are right they're practical
ly normal, as low as there ia any
reason to expect, at least for years
J. F. CLEMMER
I Want to Do Your
I want an opportunity to con
vince you that I CAN SAVE
YOU MONEY and tire your
feet comfort. And 1 want to
further convince you that oar
work and material is of the very
beet, coupled with quick service
at priree no higher than yoa
pay fur inferior work and poor
service. All work guaranteed.
Short Street Berea. Ky.
List Your Property
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE ACENTS