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Srpfmber I, 1921
Office hours 8-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m.
Main Street Beren, Ky.
riiona No. 3
Newe of Berea ami Vicinity,
Gathered from a Variety
Mr. and Mn. John Mulling are re
joicinir over the arrival of a fine girl.
The walla for the new Union church
are going up in fine shape.
Vergil and Mendell Morris were
visiting relatives near Vine, Ky., last
Mr. and Mrs. ' Kent Huhibard, of.
Lima, O., have been visiting at the
home of his ancle, B. W. Hart.
Mr. and Mre. Jackson Robertson
of Estill street are presented with
a fine girl. Her name ia Jane Smith.
Charley Johnson, who has been
working at Irvine, Ky., was in Berea
for the week-end.
Mrs. Turner Gott and little daugh.
ter, Margaret Ruth, are visiting home
folks in Berea.
Mrs. Louisa Carter, ' of White
Lick, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Joe Pitts, on High street
Mrs. George Gatliff and son, Den
nis, were the guests of Mrs. Ellen
Strunk, of Depot street, Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thoma went
to Owensboro Thursday to attend a
picnic and spend the day. They
report a very nice time.
Miss Janet Martindale, who has
spent several weeks in Berea assist,
ing Mrs. Anna Emberg, returned to
her home in Oberlin, O.
Prof. John F. Smith was in Louis
ville this week attending a meeting
of the Kentucky Children's Code
Miss Nettie Oldham, who has been
in Berea most of the summer, re
turned to her home in Richmond last
Gilbert Castell was arested the
other day for speeding and was
fined $25 and cost; also Lemuel
Godbey was fined for speeding.
J. B. Richardson brought his car
home the other day from Lexington
where he left it some time ago to
Prof. Kirk Smith, Head of Normal
Department, Lincoln Institute, Lin
coln Ridge, Ky., is in Berea on busi
ness this week.
Thurman Richmond, worker at the
College Dairy, who has been suffer
ing severely from his throat, is up
Sam Hollinsworth is making an
addition to the building formerly oc
cupied by M. B. Ramsey's meat shop
on Depot street.
Jack Hicks, who Aiari.vd Frances
Gott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Gott, is building a four-room bunga
low on depot street.
Joel Martin Jones, of Goochland,
was the dinner guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Powell, of Depot street.
Saturday, August 27.
The Berea College Chautauqua
troupe, consisting of members of the
school faculty, has returned from a
tour in Eastern Kentucky. They ex
pect to go out again within the next
few days. Fuller accounts will fol
The Economy Way
Everyone does not trade with The
Economy all the time. fyme trade
t part of the time. We are glad to
give full value for your money all
the time. Try us with your next or
Try The Economy way. Buy your
canned peas, corn, apples, peaches,
pineapple, cherries, pears, salmon, by
dozen or case.
Wa have just received shipment of
Coffee with a quality to please you
12H, 15, 25 and SOcts. per pound. If
you prefer wa grind it for you.
Wa are selling that highest Patent
Flour. Now you have tried other
flours, try this flour of superior qual
ity, $1.35. Never varies; 24-lb. tack,
If you have pantry troubles, Lexing
ton Maid Flour ia the remedy.
R. R. HARRIS
Telephone ISO. Cheataet St
W. P. Montgomery and family are
visiting friends in Lexington,
Miss Lucille Kinnard is visiting
her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Kinnard, in Omaha, Neb. She ex
pects to return to Berea about De
Sidney Lakes, who la in the Berea
College Hospital, la reported to la
improving. Mr. Lakes worked on
the railroad and lives near the de
pot. Carroll Batson went to Cynthiana,
Ky., August 27, to visit relatives over
Saturday and Sunday. His brother,
Frank, returned with him and will
Miss Lois Wyatt'a mother came on
the noon train to Berea Saturday.
She will be connected with the Col
lege this year. Lois is a student in
A. M. Tachav and family of
Louisville, made their first trip to
Berea last week. Mr. Tachav is
of the Louisville Welfare League and
Chairman of the State Board of Con-
Miss Edith Harper, former student
of the Normal School, is visiting in
Berea thia week. Miss Harper is
teaching school at Bradshaw Mills,
Ky., now, but expects to be in school
in Berea after Christmas.
E. A. Bender, of Center street, re
turned to Berea Saturday from a
three weeks' stay in Ohio, where he
had been visiting his father and
mother. This was the first time Mr.
Bender had been to his old home in
Mrs. Rhinehart, of Hyde Park, Cin-
cinnati, is visiting her sister, Mm.
Jas. W. Stephens, of Chestnut street.
Mrs. Rhinehart came to Berea about
a week ago and expects to return
home sometime next week.
Miss Ruth Davis, formerly of Be-
rea, who lives now with her sister,
Mrs. F. A. Roy, in Cleveland, O., suf
fered three paralytic strokes between
Friday and Tuesday. She appears to
be improving now.
John Vaughn has bought the Model
Press Shop, between Main and Short
streets, and will be doing work there
in the fufSlre. We wish him success
in this business.
Mr. and Mrr. Carroll Robie,
both former students of Berea
College, are visiting in Berea , this
week. Their home is now in Quency,
Mass. Mrs. Robie will be remem
bered as Miss Myrtle Baker.
Deputy Sheriff W. W. Anglin, who
was shot at Disputanta on election
day, was brought from the College
Hospital to R. T. Abney's Saturday.
August 20. He is now able to sit
up and will soon be back at his old
W. W. Rominger, police judge of
Berea court, rapped on the bench
Monday, August 29, and the follow,
ing cases for speeding in the city
limits were disposed of and fined as
follows: C. Compton $5.00 and cost;
Lemuel Godbey, $15 and cost; and
Lester Farmer, $25 and cost.
Mrs. John Harrison and daughters,
May and Bess, have returned home
from Cleveland, O., where they have
been visiting. May leaves Thursday
for Fairfax, S. Dakota, to resume
her work there as teacher.
Will Flanery, who was for several
years superintendent of the College
farm and agricultural instructor,
was visiting in Berea last week. He
motored down from Perryville, Mo.,
where he is connected with one of
the experiment stations on the Mis
Veda Ritter, who sprained his
ankle while on his way to baseball
practice on the College Athletic
Field a few days ago, is out again
and will be able to play as star
shortstop for the Berea Ball Club
Saturday against the Richmond
Many Berea students of the days
of 1915-16 will be interested to know
that Aubrey F. Diamond was visit
ing in Berea this week. Ha is on
his way to see his people, who live
at Mobile, Ala. Mr. Diamond spent
three years in the Aviation Depart
ment of the Army during the war
and saw soma real service. He
spent most of tho period of his serv
ice in the neighborhood of Be'gium
and is officially credited with bring
ing down three enemy planes. He
expects to go to Pittsburg in the fall
to continue his studies in the Pitts
burg Medical Scbool.
Do You Know?
That the leather bnslness la on
that NO ONE taa team ia a
week, month ar year? My
knowledge of leather and IU
bene II ta la the raaalt af mora
than TWENTY TEARS of acta,
al experience, Thia ia aaa rea
aoa I ass la poaitloa ta glva the
public the beat material aad
workmanship la Shoe and Bar
aesa Work. QUICK SERVICE
Grandma Hoskins was on the sick
list at the first af the week. -
George Kindred is visiting in the
vicinity of Panola this week.
Mrs. Virgel Viara is visiting her
parents near Paint Lick this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hollands
worth have returned from an extend
ed visit near Irvine, Ky.
Mrs. L. C. Gabbard is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. R. M. Moore, on Cen
W. E. Rix has returned from hold
ing a two weeks' meeting at Fair
view church nca Boone's Gap.
The Ladies' Aid of the Glade
Christian Church met with Mrs. !u
Moore on Estill street, Tuesday af
Miss Naomi O'Rourke haa ben
visiting her parents at Latvia, Ky.,
for the past week.
Charles Compton and Sam Dough
ton of the Tavern are spending the
week at Mammoth lave.
Walter White, James M. Reinhart,
and Mr. Walker are attending the
American Legion Convention at Lex
ington this week.
Miss Laura Spence visited In Berea
for a part of last week with her
brother, Robert F. Spence, and - his
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Coyle, of Rock-
ford, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. Powell, of Depot street, Monday,
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Hart have
moved into the house on Center street
recently occupied by Mrs. Maggie
A. J. Wilder and family spent Sun
day and Monday wfth his father at
Wilmore, together with two brothers
from Washington City, and Tuesday
with his sister in Lexington.
Rev. W. J. Hudspeth, of the Chris
tian Church, is in Wildie thia week
conducting a revival meeting. The
thoughts and prayers of his church
are with him.
Miss Paulison has returned to Be
rea from a tour in Eastern Kentucky,
with the Berea Chautauqua. She at
tended summer school in the ' East
during the early part of the cummer.
Professor and Mrs. Everett Dix and
two children, Alice Lee and Francis,
left last week on a vacation to be
spent in Cynthiana, Cincinnati, and
Professor Clark and family, who
have been on a motoring trip this
month thru Ohio, Niagara Falls, an-i
other places, are expected home this
Mrs. J. L. Baker, who spent the
summer with her daughter, Mrs.
Robie, in Boston, cama home . last
week. She was accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. Robie, who will visit in Be
rea for some time.
Mrs. John Cunningham and little
daughter left last week for Evanston,
111., for an extended visit with her
parents. Mr. Cunningham accom
panied them as far as Cincinnati.
Edward P. Davis, who works for
the College Press, went to Lexing
ton to visit relatives and stay over
for the Blue Grass Fair. While there
he expects to see the printing ma
chinery in the Lexington Leader of
fice. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinnard, of
Des Moines, Iowa, are visiting their
relatives in Berea. Mr. Kinnard is
a graduate ,of Berea College. He
took a degree in 1907.
John Baley, of Clay county, was in
Berea, August 30, for the purpose of
locating a coal -yard here. Mr. Baley
Is a hustling young man, and the citi
zens and vicinity wil be proud to
have such a man in their town.
Dr. C. T. Ricketts, of Manchester,
Ky., passed thru Berea today from
Ohio, where he had been to attend
the burial and funeral of his uncle.
Barney Roark, a very old man of
Clay county, Ky., shot and seriously
wounded Kash Sizemore, a young
man, who was taking watermelons
from his melon patch.
Feaster Wolford and his friend,
Miss Bruce Virginia Mohler, who
stopped in Berea several days ago on
her way East, left Berea on the noon
train Wednesday. Mr. Wolford ta a
former student of Berea College and
during the last year was the very
efficient superintendent of the College
Dairy. He will spend the next few
veeks with his people in Virginia and
expects to enter the State University
at Lexinjrton in the fall.
Mr. Osborne, College Treasurer,
has just returned from a very de
lightful vacation in Madison, O., up
on Lake Erie. Mr. Osborne comes
back with the appearance of having
been re-enforced by his vacation for
the year's work in the Treasurer's
Miss Longacre, who has been su
perintendent at tha College Hospital
for two years, left, - August 31, to
taka a position in tha Clark County
Hospital at Winchester. Her place
here is taken by Miss Elizabeth Lewis
from Yonkers, N. Y. Miss Lewis is
a graduate of Berea College, and
worked in tha College Library for
some time. Her training for the po
sition in tha College Hospital is thoro.
Wa welcome her here, tho we are
sorry to sea Miss Longacre go.
John Gsy, a live stork dealer of
Brutus, Ky., was in Berea, Tuesday,
trying to sell soma sheep and hogs.
Mrs. Martha Hibbard has been vis
iting relatives in Berea and Kingston,
Ky. She has returned to her home
at Manchester, Ky.
Miss Hop Hibbard, who has been
teaching ath Berton school at Pooiy
Ridge, has resigned and accepted a
position in the Manchester high
Rexford R. Clarkston, of Kingston,
Ky., is on a tour thru the eastern
part of Kentucky, representing Bryan,
Hunt A Co., Lexington, Ky.
Burton Johnson has returned to
Berea, from Sassafras, Ky., where
he has been working with a con
struction company. Mr! Johnson Is
engaged now in the Printing Depart
ment and will resume his studies here
in the fall.
WEST END AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Will McDaniel, of
Lexington, are visiting friends and
relatives in West End. Mrs. Mc
Daniel was formerly Miss Darothy
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parsons," of
Paint Lick, are spending a few days
with his brother, Dave.
. Greene Purkey and two sons, of
Hamilton, O., visited his brother, Wm.
Purkey, and sister, Mrs. Frank
Swinford, last week.
Jas. D. Chasteen, of Panola, has
purchased a twenty-acre tract of
land ' from Charles McDaniel and
plans to build on it soon.
J. B. Kilboume, who is working
in Harlan rounty, is spending a
couple of weeks home with his
Charley Webb, of Alcorn, Ky., is
visiting Joe Parsons.
Services were conducted Sunday
night at West End Chapel by J. B.
Bige Towery and William Poff
have returned home, after a term of
service in the army.
Mrs. Eva Todd is visiting her
daughter, Florence, at Waco.
Huse Lamb is moving from near
the West Union schoolhouse to a
place on Slate Lick road.
Sacrement of the Lord's Supper
will be solemnized at the Union
church next Sunday. Dr. Raine wi!l
preach. The subject will be. The
BEREARICHMOND AUTO LINE
(Glyndon Hotel) 7:00 a.m.
Arrives Berea . 7:45 a. n.
(Boone Tavern) 10:00 a. m.
Arrives Richmond 10:46 a.m.
Furnished Rooms 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. Spink.
Five hundred bushels of first-clasi
corn for sale at 80 rents per bushel.
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 60-acre farm,
t 1-2 miles from Berea; well im
proved. For a bargain, write or call
owner. M. J. Carrier, Be" rea, Ky.
Phone No. 10 tf.
Household furniture, brass and iron
beds, refrigerator, sewing machine,
china cupboards, chiffoner, range,
steam pressure canning outfit, etc.;
buggy harness, saddle, garden tools,
stovewood. Come and aee.
JAMES WATT RAINE
Jackson Street Berea, Ky.
On Thursday, September 8, 1921,
at 10 a. m., rain or shine, I will sell
at the high dollar, on Clear Creek, at
Disputanta, Ky., 6H miles of Berea,
Ky., 4 miles of Wildie, Ky. tha fol
lowing property My farm of 75
acres of land, mora or less; two good
work mules, wagon and harness.
buggy and harness, plows, harrows.
hay, oats, and a lot of other stuff.
Tha purchaser of the farm will be re
quired to pay V down and will be
given credit for one, two, and three
years on tha balance due.
GEO. CHILDRESS, Owner
Boge Smith, Auct
A financial institution cannot bf judged by
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 bank undertakes to maintain its ser
vice to its customers and its community on the
highest possible plane. It i because of this
that, several years apo, it joined the FEDER
AL RESKRVi: 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 550,000 and that it provides
every modern equipment.
The Rerea National Dank 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 jrou 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, 11.
J. Hebe's goods of all kinds.
Then, if you need Hardware CBl 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
Sea or Call on
W. F. KIDD
Hauling of All Kinds
Phone 106 Berea, Ky.
F. L. MOORE'S
First Claes Repairing
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA, KY
People for Whom tha Best
la None Too Good
At aJwayi th taoat mthuaiaati euncaraiae
ta &ciinc af our
Dry Cleaaiag aad Djreiag
Wt v aa af la mumt vffieawt
In tha sou try. Fur transformed into th
mod vry uk-kl,. Ma and wuaaa as ar
aanla altar1 ta aay war air4.
Wa 4ya fur tkiat aaa1 nmadal tfcata
a any way.
Wa taJar aahe aoaaV ar ladi'
suits, $50.00 up. Lataat atylae. Wa
pay $2.50 railroad far aa avary ca
tass sssda suit ardarad from aa.
Baas' food. parcal aatt. Wt aava a wants.
eas-ear walnut itxit
"Hitting On All Six"
If yon want ta do your share to
ward "accelerating" the return af
normal conditions, stip tha Bark
is re" ia tha motot of jroar koase
wife'a labors c'..r cot tha "carom
of sluggishness 'tiir.a op tha earba
retor" of "pap" and "throw 'ar La
high" straight away.
Look about your home aaa what
yon really should have ia tha way af
NEW PLUMBING OR
Frit as are right they're practical
ly normal, as low as there ia any
reason to expect, at roast for yeera
J. F. CLEMMER
I Want to Do Your
I went aa epportnaity ta eon
tinea yon that I CAN SAVB
YOU MONEY and giro year
fact comfort' Aad I waat ta
farther convince yoa that ear
work aad material ia af the very
heat, com pled with qaick nervine,
at pricee aa higher thaa yea
pay for inferior work aad peer
aervice. All work gaaraateed.
Short Street Berea, Ky.
list Your Property
Scruggs. Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS