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February 1ft, 122
DR. J. R. ANDERSON
Office In Beree Bank A Treat Co.
Office Phone SIT Re. Phoae 174
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
Practice 4tChttnut Su.br M. E. Church
in all Court. BE RE A, KY.
O. L. GABBARD
S-e him at hi Harler Shop
under Berea Post Office
Before letting date of vale
Office hoars 8-12 a, m 1-4 a. at.
Government Dec tilt
. Located in
Hsia Street Berea, Ky.
Phone No. S
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E, Ft Harris
Boom Tavern Barker Ihee
BEREA ... KENTUCKY
J. F. CLEMMER
Phone 83 Berea. Ky
list Your Property
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F. L. MOORE'S
First Class Repairing
Pine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
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Order it today NOWt Yon will
never want to be without it GUAR
ANTEED: Money refunded if not
satisfied. Price 60c. Mall orders
CO-NO-MO MFG. CO., Laboratory
Sales Dept., 204 Continental Trust
Bids,, Washington, D.C.
Do You Know
That the leather baalaeae Is eee
that NO ONE eaa leara la a
week, at oath er year 7 My
knowledge ef leather and Its
beaeflts la the reaalt ef more
than TWENTY YEARS ef acta,
al experience. This Is eae rea
son I am la peeittoa te give the
public the beat Material aa4
werknanahla la Shoe and Her
aces Work. QUICK SERVICE
The Street Loafer who Parks on a
Prominent Corner and Makes Re
marks about the Girls as they Pass
By should be Called to the Attention
of the Street Cleaning Department
which will Confer a Great Favor by
Removing Him to the City Dump.
You will want a bottle of the woe
derful Teniae remedy from Berea
News ef Beree aee VtrUitv,
Gathered from a Variety
Mr. and Mr. Walter VanWinkle,
of Winchester, were visiting in town
Mrs, Kate Tatum and daughter,
Nellie, who came from Sanger, Texas,
some time ago, have moved into the
Harris property on Center strert.
M;ss Tatum hns entered the College
The sister of Mrs. John Cunning
ham arrived last week from Evans
ton, 111., to be with Mrs. Cunning
ham, who has been very ill but is
some better at the present t'me.
Mrs. B. A. Dean is spending some
time at the College Hospital for rest
The Berea Bank & Trust Company
on Main street has on hand a large
number of farmers' account books
for free distribution to its farmer
friends. Call and get one.
William Watkirs returned from
Knoxville, Tuesday, where he was
railed to the bedside of Miss Jeanette
Sturgeon, who underwent an opera
tion for appendices at Fort Sanders
Hospital last Wednesday. Billie Is
all smiles and says Jeanette is on her
way to a speedy recovery. If reports
are true, Jeanette will make her home
in Berea in the near future.
Miss Lena Edwards, of the Coop
erative Store, ia spending the week
in Louisville in the interest of the
Talmadge Rose, of Pine Grove, in
Jackson county, was in Berea Mon
day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
M. Powell of Adams street '
The item on the local page of last
week's Citizen relat'ng to the gather
ing at Mrs. Brock's would have
stated more exactly the facts if it
had begun as follows: "Mrs. Brock
of Jackson street assisted by Mrs.
L. V. Dodge, entertained the teachers,
T. M. Harkness, State Agent for
Hartford Insurance Co. in the branch
of Live Stock Insurance, of Ashland,
Ohio, was in Berea calling on the
County Agent and Wm. J. Baird Mon
day in the interest of insuring live
Elmer Anglin, of Disputants, was
visiting h''s brother-in-law, Mr. Tom
Powell, on Adams street the latter
part of last week.
John Rose, of Eglon, was visiting
friends in Berea the first of this
Job Morris, who has been living in
Cincinnati for some time, has moved
his family into the suburbs of Berea.
Bob Spence, who has been la:d up
for some time with la grippe, ia able
to be on the job again.
Mrs. Spence is also able to be up,
but is not well yet
Mrs. T. J. Wood and little son,
Jack, Jr., left Tuesday for Cincin
nati, where they will join Mr. Wood
and will make their futore home.
Mrs. Robert Cosby is very sick at
Master Scott T. McGuire enter
tained .his friends to a Valentine
party, February 14, at their home on
Charles Owen, of Boone, was in to
see County Agent in the interest of
a drainage proposition.
The Senior Department of Baptist
Church entertained with a "tacky
party February 14, with about
90 in attendance. Much fun was af
forded. John Allen and Miss Young
were given first prise, and Lester
Farmer and Ora Gabbard were given
You want to be sure when making
Cakes, Bread, Rolls in fact all pas
try. It is better to be safe than to
be sorry. The secret is in the best
flour. Do not try some that is Just
as good. Say it Lexington Maid
It will cost yon less because it
takes less ingredients. In next or.
der include a sack, $1.25.
Buy flour now and save money.
Blue Grass, 24 lb sack $100
Uly White, 24 lb sack 1.0!
GMd Du;t. 24 lb sack 1.15
Mary, 24 lb sack 1.15
Now in stock.
BLUE RIBBON PEACHES
same as fresh, except the water
has been removed by natural evapor
ation. The fun and much of the
peel have been removed by washing.
Two-pound package, 40 cents.
Bulk Rolled Oats 3 lbs for 25c
The Best Head Rice, per lb 8c
R. R. HARRIS
We Want Your Cood Batter. We
Pay Cask for Eggs,
Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Bosley were
horts at Boone Tavern Sunday in
henor of Miss Sadie Cecil, of Dan
ville. The guesta were. Miss Cecil,
Miss Bessie Miller, J. G. Bosley, Jr.,
Mrs I.ews Neale and Mr. and Mrs.
B. L. Middletnn.
Mrs. Burr-ell, of near Narrow Gap,
who had been sick for some time,
passed away and was buried last
, wr-ek at the Johnson graveyard.
Mrs. Burnell was more than 80 years
I old and had a wide range of friends
Mrs. Vernon Fades, of Red House,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Corby, this week.
County Agent Spence entertained a
group of ywung people at hia home
on Jackson street Tuesday night
with a talk and si de lecture.
Pmf p T.. n; r r ti..i. ..j
others conducted community meetings)
at Big Hill, February 6th, Scaffold
Cane, February 10th, and at Silver
Creek February 13th, with lantern
slides which function by connecting
the lantern with the batteries of a
Dr. Stevenson, of the State College
rf Agriculture, is scheduled to speak
on soils and crops to parents and club
members at .the Bobtown community
meeting, on February 2nth, In connec
t'on with the slides. The same pro
gram will be rendered at Wallareton
on the same day.
Report for Sunday, February 12,
On time 367
Lessons studied 311
Attended preaching 309
WEST END AND VICINITY
Mrs. Nan Lunsford returned Inst
week from Richmond, where ahi has
been under treatment at the Giosor
Infirmary for some time.
Wm. Parsons has purchased the lot
adjoining Chris Winkler and ia build
ing a houre on it.
Mrs. John Fowler is in Lexington
this week visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swinford, from
R:chmond, visited Mrs. Frank Swin
ford the first of the week.
Mrs. Bud Anderson visited Mrs
George Parrot last Sunday.
Joe Parsons was laid off from work
a few days last week by illness but
is now able to work again.
Dr. and Mrs. McGuire and W. T.
Lutes, Jr., motored to Lexington
Mr. Gardner, from West Liberty,
is visiting his family here this wee.
Mrs. Robert Cosby was very sick
the first of the wee't.
A "singing" will be held every
Wednesday night at West End chapel
under the direction of Mr. Haynes,
the teacher of the Bible class.
Misses Ethel and Beulah Parsons
visited their aunt Mrs. Kilbourne,
the first of the week.
The good people of West End are
very much aroused over the appear
ance of a bootlegger in their midst
last week. Suspicions were confirm
ed but definite proof could not be ob
J. L. Waddell and J. G. Chasteen
have each lost a good horse lately.
About forty' friends of Mr. and
Mrs. S. F. Johnson surprised them on
Tuesday, February 7th, it being their
golden wedding anniversary. Many
of the guests brought gifts and
lunches, and the day was very enjoy
ably spent Mr. Johnson andwife
have lived practically all their lives
in the same community. The couple,
after 50 years of happy married life,
can congratulate themselves, with the
I exception of Mr. and Mrs. Buck John
son. Whites Station, that they are the
only ones of the Johnson family that
have been permitted to remain to
gether th!s long. .
F. J. Kinnard, traveling salesman
for Solon Palmer, New York City,
I stopped off to visit his mother first
part of the week, resuming work
Mrs. Myrtle J. Bellinger of Wildle
was the guest last week of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson.
Mr. and Mra. Bud Johnson enter
tained, Sunday, Wm. Wallace and his
wife and Nathan Evans and his wife
of Paint Lick section.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Terrill of Be
rea attended church here Sunday.
Our former Sunday-school superin
tendent J. W. Herndon, Is reported
some better, being now able to re
ceive his friends.
Taylor Botkin, wife and children of
Paint Lick were visitors Sundsy of
the G. C. Botkin family.
Men readers of this column, do you
believe this: Many a woman who
has never taken up law knows bow
to lay it down.
Teniae la made of roots, herbs and
barks and contains no minerals or
opiates. Berea Drug Co,
Rev. C. Rexford Raymond will
preach at the Sunday morning serv
ice. This will be the second in a
series of sermons on Joseph. The
first was Joseph the Dreamer. The
subject on Sunday wi(l be Joseph the
The prayer meeting on Thursday
night will be in charge of the Wo
men's Missionary Society.
All are cordially invited to these
YOU CANT AFFORD TO MISS IT
No one who has ever read the
"Torchy" stories js-ill want to misi
seeing Johnny Hines, the original of
"Torchy," in "Burn 'Em Up Barnes,"
to be shown at the College Chapel
at 6:45 on Monday evening, February
20th. The largest theater in Louis
ville ran this picture for. a week.
There are laughs galore and thrills
too numerous to ment'on. It Is Im
portant to remember that this show
ia given for the benefit of the Student
Ambulance Fund. The Fund needs
your money, and you need this hour
of fun and thrills.
The only explanaton of Tanlac's
great success is Tanlac's true worn.
Berea Drug Co.
Hammond Typewriter for . sale,
cheap. Howard Hudson.
WANTED Second-hand Ford car
in good condition. B. L. Kiser, Room
7 East Barracks.
Some nicely furnished rooms; also
some unfurnished moms. For par
ticulars call on Mrs. Laura Jones,
FOR SALE My house and furni
ture at a sacrifice. All new. A. L.
Howard, Prospect street.
STRAIGHT SALARY $35.00 per
week and expenses to man or woman
with rig to introduce POULTRY
MIXTURE. Eureka Mfg. Co., East
t Louis, III.
FRESn JERSEY-RED COW FOR
SALE (Might Rent Her). Sound,
gentle, easy milker, plenty of rich
milk. James Watt Raine, Berea
FOR RENT Three rooms, suitable
for light housekeep'ng. Good, com
fortable, well-lighted rooms. Call on
or address Mrs. Mary White, Walnut
Meadow, near College Barn.
' Fifteen White Leghorns, $18. Five
White Wyandotte Cockerels. Mrs.
R. E. Bartlett
Very desirable building lot on good
concrete walk. Water line and elec
tric lights. A bargain. Price, $400.
See R. R. Harris, The Economy
7111 sell or trails purt-broi Barred
Plymouth 'Rock Cockerels for others
of same breed of different strain.
Call E. W. Lockin, R. R. No. 2, Box
14, Berea, Ky.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS $1.00 per
hundred. These strong and healthy
plants produce big crops of luscious
berries. Call or see L. C. Fish, Phone
EGGS FOR HATCHING
White Plymouth Rock eggs for
setting. Pure-bred. Strain direct
from flock at State'Experiment Sta
tion. Place your order now. Mrs.
D. S. Greene, phone 125-3, Walnut
Meadow pike, Berea, Ky.
All persons having claims against
the estate of the late Carlos E. Moore
are hereby notified to have same
verified and presented to the under
signed on or before March 1, 1922,
or they will be debarred. Those
owing the estate must settle at once
Mrs. Chins Moore, Adrax
Paint Lick, Ky.
FOR RENT Four-room cottage on
on Depot rtreet See Mrs. Mollis
Parks, on Chestnut street near Berea
FOR RENT Large barn and lot
Chestnut street See Mrs. Mollis
Parks, Chestnut street near Berea
Having told my farm, I have for
sale the following:
1 team draft mares, 3 and 1 years
old; 1 saddle and driving mare, 6
years old; 1 colt; 1 Deering mowing
machine and rake; 1 six-shovel riding
Oliver Cultivator, just used one sea
son; 1 two-horse corn planter, just
used two sessons; 1 twelve-disc bar-
When you deposit your dollars in this flank they imme
diately are surrounded by the most complete safety that can
possibly be obtained.
Our Capital and Surplus of $ 75,000.00, our many years of
unexcelled service to the people of Rerea and Madison County,
our responsible and conservative management these make
But that is not all.
Our membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
means that we have at all times the cooperation of a banking
system with many thousands of members and total resources
of over Six Billion Dollars. Also the affairs of this Rank are
under the control of the Federal Reserve Board at Washing
ton, D. C.
And we pay 4 interest on Savings.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
Don't Save a Nickel and Lose a Dollar
Come to us and get your fencing wire of all
kinds: Barbed Wire, all kinds Poultry Netting,
Nails, Post-hole Diggers, and Fence Staples.
Then make out a list of your garden and
farm tools: Garden Plows, Hoes, Rakes, ,
Spades and Forks, Avery Turning Plows, Har
ness, Collars and anything to work with. All
at prices 10 lower than any other store. 11
It's anything in Hardware, (Jueensware, Alunv
inumware, it's here.
Now the seed department is complete and
lowest price. Red Clover, Alsike Clover,
Sweet Clever, Timothy, Red Top, Orchard
Grass, Seed Oats, Seed Potatoes, Lawn Grass
that will grow in the shade.
This it Farmers' Headquarters
We havfe now the most up to date Fancy and Staple Grocery
Store in town. Feeds of all kinds, Hay and Straw.
Call and see. Our prices sure the lowest.
Grocery et old store Hardware aext te Berea Beak k Treat Ce.
CORNETT & DEAN
DRY-CLEANING, PRESSING, REPAIRING,
We do the right kind of work at the right price
We Call For and Deliver
NEW WAY CLEANING CLUB
Short Street, Berea, Ky. Phone 125-2
The Greatest Dramatic Event Ever in Berea
THE SERVANT IN THE HOUSE
It will be given again by (he Dramatic Club
Wednesday, February 22, 1922
FOR THE TOWNSPEOPLE
Monday, February 27, 1922
ADMISSION. FIFTEEN CENTS
Tickets ea Sale at Drag Stores and Ce -operative Store
row; 1 two-horse 2
baker wagon; 1 No.
Oliver turning plow;
hand, Vulcan turning
It will pay anyone
3-4 in. Stude
20, left hand,
1 No. 12, left
needing any of
the things mentioned
above to see me
before buying. T. B.
Center street Berea,
Ky, phone 75.
You can't have good health with a
disordered stomach. Correct your
stomach disorders with Tanlac and
you will keep well and strong. Berea
I Want to Do Your
I waat aa eepertaahy te
vines yoe that I CAN SAV1
YOU MONEY aad give veer
feet comfort Aad I waat to
farther convince yea that ear
work aad material Is ef the very,
beet (espied with ejolck service,
st prices ae higher than yea
par for taferlor work and see
service, All week gearaaieed.
We repair them with
the very best material,
using skilled workmen
and the latest machinery
with highest workman
ship. Satisfaction Guaranteed
You will find our prices
very reasonable, consist
ent with the advantages
you receive at our shop.
We pay postage on 6hoes
sent by parcel post going
out. Be convinced by
giving us a trial.
W. R. Rambo
Berea College Shoe. Repair
Short St, Berea, Ky.