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DR. J. R. ANDERSON
A Trsst Ce.
Office Phone 217 Re. Phone 174
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
Practice 4g Chestnut St., by M. E. Church
in sit Coam BEREA, KY.
O. L. GABBARD
See him at Ins Barber Shop
under Berea Post Office
Before setting date of sale
Office hour -12 a. m, 1-4 p.
News W Berea and Vicinity,
C.sthered frem a Variety
Floyd Settle, on Center street, ii ill
P. S. Gentry was in Irvine visit
ing relative the latter part of last
The community meeting at Kings
ton was well attended by loeal and
many outside visitors, including Dr.
Burneson, State Veterinarian, Pro
fessor Ralph Kenney, of the State
College of Agriculture, J. M. Feltner,
REPORT OF BERRA BAPTIST
Sonday. Feb. 2, 1922
On time 370
Tt ibles 286
lessons studied 302
Attended preaching 302
UNION CHURCH ACTIVITIES
The Thursday night prayer meet
ings are full of interest and largely
attended. Whoever stays away is
Boh Welch is ill with flu. ( of l-ondon, and of course Bob Spence
Miss Dotnon is very ill with flu 'and Professor Dix could not be any
at her home in Berea. where else
Mrs. C. B. Holder returned the last Mr. Jones of State University,
.. t i -.-..i, -, t 1 Lexincton. was in Berea this week.
The Ladies' Aid of the Christian talking in the interest of needed i Tailing to maniiesi me spim oi goou
r,,.r. h mnt Ti.,Iw .t th. home of ' farmer legislation now pending be- fellowship and losing a spiritual
.. c n:i. n -k 1 fnro tho linn and S.-nat nt Frank, feast Mr. Hudson will lead the
.urn. ocrnn nil nntrii, v nraiiiu, p.i. - -
A most enjoyable time was reported fort. AlsoJas. Feltner, Prof. Ralph' meeting this week, and it will be a
by all present. I Kenney, of the Extension Depart-
John Farmer has moved to his new-' ment of the University and Dr.
ly acquired residence on Depot street Burneson, of Frankfm-t, were here
which he purchased from D. N. Welch consulting with Robert Spence and
last week. I others assisting in the promotion of
It was told that Dr. Gabbard and community and agricultural activi-
Main Street Berea.
Phone No. 3
Subscribe through me for your magazinei
I SAVE MONEY
E. F. Harria
Boone Tavern Barber Shop
BEREA . . KENTUCKY
J. F. CLEMMER
Phone 83 Berea, Ky
list Your Property
Scruggf, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F. L, MOORE'S
First Class Repairing
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA, KY
and CALLOUSES Quickly, Safely, In
a new and better way. CO-NO-MO
is a neat, UNIQUE device. Tks last
word of science. No knife. AatJ
Try this hygrienic and SAFE WAY.
Order it today NOWI You will
never want to be without it GUAR
ANTEED: Money refunded if not
satisfied. Price 60c. Mail orders
C0-N0-M0 MFG. CO., Laboratory
Sale Dept., 204 Continental Trust
Kit., Waihinjtoa, D.C.
You live in your clothes
most of the time. So keep
them neatly cleaned and
pressed. For the most
careful attention to your
W.B.Jones went fishing Sunday,! ties.
and it was not a good day for fish
ing, either, but they built a fire in
a cave and fished anyway. Oh, no
luck, but it was "fishing."
Mrs. Laura Jones returned from
! Cincinnati, where she has been buy
ing a line of spring and summer bon
nets. Mrs. Sallie Baker , of Chestnut
street, is very ill at tnis time.
Mrs. Lou. Hanson, who has been
quite ill, is reported to be no better.
Dora Baker, of Illinois, has been
' called to the bedside of his mother,
Mrs. Sallie Baker, who is very ill at
her home on Chestnut street.
Mrs. Shields, of Tuscola, Okla., has
been called to Berea on account of
the illness of her mother, Mrs. Sallie
Frank Jones is in Livingston this
week on business.
Jesse McKinney and wife were in
Cincinnati this week buying furnish
ings for their palatial home in Berea.
Mrs. C. S. Rice, of Rice Station,
brought her daughter to Robinson
Hospital to have her tonsils removed.
She is a close relative of Mrs. F. O.
Mrs. Clay Dooley is ill at the Rob
inson Hospital, and is improving nice
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Guthrie
stopped with Mr. and Mrs. Abney on
Depot street, Wednesday.
Job Morris, of Cincinnati, and fam
ily from Eglon, in Jackson county,
have moved to the Coyle property on
Mrs. Richard Dunn and little son,
who have been visiting Ed Scrivner
on Center street have returned to
their home in Richmond.
Miss Ora Gabbard was very ill
with flu the first of the week.
Miss Mayme Potts, of Whites Sta
tion, visited at the home of Mr. Gil
bert over Sunday.
Professor LeVant Dodge was in
Louisville for the first of this week
to participate in a welcome to the
Commander-in-Chief of the Grand
Army of the Republic, Lewis S
Pilcher, of New York, on the occa
sion of his visit to Kentucky. One
of the features of gathering of com
rades was a great meeting in Scottish
Mrs. Walter White and little son
Walter R., Jr., have returned home
from Tontiac, Mich. Mrs. White s
sister, Mabel E. Kerr, came home
J. O. Petrey arrived Wednesday
from Corbin to resume the position
of head barber at the Boone Tavern
B. H. Terrill has resigned his posi
tion with the Berea Bank & Trust
Co. to take up clerkship with The
Economy Grocery, of which he recent
ly purchased half interest
Thru the efforts of Miss English
the Red Cross secretary, little Eman
uel Vogt, of Berea, has been admit
ted to the Christian Children's Home
at Louisville. Much credit is due the
Christian Church of Berea for the
splendid help given the little boy in
the way of clothes and transportation.
WEST END AND VICINITY
j Mrs. Allen of Carter,sville visited
her daughter, Mrs. Todd, Sunday.
J. W. Purkey and Oscar Gabbard
were both kept at home by illness
C. H. Todd has started digging a
basement and hopes to begin work on
a new house soon
service preparatory to the Commun
The Woman's Industrial, under the
kindly and cflioient management of
Mrs. Dodge and Mrs. Hirschy, is tak
ing on new features and perhaps
more useful than ever before.
Professor Raine is to preach and
conduct the Communion Service and
receive new members next Sunday.
NOEL (MM'. MARRIES
Miss Muriel- Roller and Noel Uicg
were united in mariage at the Bap-
tist parsonage at Afton. Okla., Sun-;
day, February 26, by the Baptist min
ister. Rev. L. O. Hudson. The brid-.-'
DOLLARS IN SAFETY
When you deposit your dollars in this Rink 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 Berea and Madison County,
our responsible and conservative manaKement these make
Hut 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 Bank are
under the control of the Federal Reserve Hoard at Washing
ton. D. C.
And we pay Ve interest on Savings.
Berea National Bank
J. I,. GAY, Cashier
Miss Daisy Baker, who has spent! daughU-r of Mr. and Mrs Cris
The Model Press
"Tanlac made mo feel younger."
"It pat mo back on the pay-roll."
"I can eat whatever I want now." MI
no longer suffer from indigestion."
"I gained weight rapidly." These
and many more expressions are now
beard daily as people tell of their
experience with Tanlac. Berea Drug
the winter visiting in Irvine, is ex
Mrs. Lura Dooley and Mrs. Abide
Coffey of Wildie visited Mrs. Till
man Coffey the first of the week.
Mrs. James Bamett, who spent the
winter with her sister, Mrs. Kit
bourne, has returned to her home at
Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson of
Dayton, 0., stopped over the first of
the week with Mrs. Tillman Coffey
on their way back to their old home
A number of moves are being made
this week in West End. Will Par-
M1 19 III'. IIIK -V l" IIVM.- , "!.
Chris Winkler is moving to the house
he vacated; Oscar Thacker is mov
ing lo his new house; W. B. Harris
is moving from Chestnut street to
the home he purchased from Mr. Mul-
lins on Broadway.
Mrs. Will Duncan and children re
turned to Latonia Sunday, after a
week's visit with her mother, Mrs.
Mr. Gardner returned Sunday to
West Liberty with friends who were
A. P. Gabbard from Goochland
visited W. T. Lutes, Sunday.
U. S. Wyatt returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Aberdeen,
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Wyatt Jr..
started to Aberdeen, Miss., this week
where they plan to farm the coming
Taylor McDaniel is home from
Mr. Lewis had twenty-seven hens
taken from his hen-house one night
last week and his neighbor, Mr. Logs
don, has lately lost a larger number.
Mr. Lewis declares that prowlers
around his place are in danger.
Miss Ora Lee Comelison spent the
week-end with the Misses McDaniel.
Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins return
ed Sunday from a trip to Florida.
Roller of Afton and is a very attrac
tive young lady. The groom, who
has tnnny relatives and friends in and
around Berea, is a son of Mr and Mrs.
Newt Ogg, And is an industrious
young man. The happy couple left
Wednesday night for Kansas City,
where Mr. Ogg has a position with
the Wycho Grocery Co. They have
the best wishes of a host of friends
for a happy and prosperous wedded
CANFIELD BUS LINE
l.v. Berea Lv. Richmond Lv. Berea
6:15 a m 7:00 a.m. 10: a n
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a. m. 2 45 p. m
Fare one way, 75 cents
1:30 p. av
8:00 p as.
Jones "Harding must not be very
loyal to his home town, Marion, O."
Smith "What makes you think
I T .... ... rt.w.aiiBA Vm' trvinir to
move the population to Washington."
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 12S-2
that is, every purchase you make
here. We want you to be pleased.
If you are not, let us know, and we
will exchange or gladly refund your
money. Your patronage, we appre
riate. Come to
We Buy Good Butter. We Pay Cash
L. F. Rowlett joined our throng of
subscribers last week. This man
knows a good thing when he sees it.
Rev. W. H. Books filled his ap
pointment here Sunday, delivering a
sermon on "Sin." Mr. Books intro
duced himself to his audience as the
village blacksmith of Berea, but we
can say he is something more than a
blacksmith, as he is able to carry the
glad tidings to the people the gos
pel. Come again, Bro. Books.
Miss Mamye Potta attended church
Mrs. W. E. Harris is quite ill with
Mrs. G. A. Kinnard will move to
Berea this week, having rented her
place to Federal Board men.
R. L. Potts, proprietor of the mill
that puta out the Potts' Gold Dust
flour, at Whites Sution, was in
Louisville several days last week on
An epidemic of whooping cough ha
broken out in this vii-inity. Several
cases are reported.
Read the following little verse and
then join our multitude of subscrib
ers: The Citizen paper that gives the
Read a few paragraphs and away
go the blues;
If you do not believe it,
Try it one year;
You will not regTet the act,
We guarantee it no sir.
"The tik tins delivered a ten
pound ! ut in) limine," "uid a caller
at tlie ultiie of the 'liiKKersvillv Clar
ion. "1 want u lo put a piece aliuut
It in your pH-r."
"All rlKl't." said the editor. 'Til
write a snappy heiiclline fr the an
nouncement and call lilin a future
'resident of the l iilted Suites."
"You needn't lather ahout that. His
mother and her relations duve ulrrady
decided tluit hen going to he a motion
picture Hlar. .euu he hits d.uiple
iu his chin."
The adoption of a uniform danger
color K.vteiii on highway, as used on
railroads. Is gaining rapidly through
out the country, for the purpose of
notifying motorists of various degrees
of danger. Ited lights and standards
are put up to show first degree dan
ger, such as railroad crossings, dead
ends of roads, arid life bridges. Yel
low lights and markers show second
degree danger at curves and grades.
Green Indicates moving or t rattle dan
ger, to be used at rood Intersections.
Hammond Typewriter for
cheap. Howard Hudson.
FOR SALE Two pair of draft
mares. 6 and 9 years old. Terms,
cash or on time with interest J. A.
Carter, K. 2, Berea, Ky.
Fifteen White Leghorns, $18.
White Wyandotte Cockerels.
R. E. Bartlett
Very desirable building lot on good
concrete walk. Water line and elec
trie lights. A bargain. Price, $400.
See R R. Harris, The Economy
go to G. V. TODD'S pp"st
Gott's Old Stand
Dry Goods and Groceries
BEST AND CHEAPEST MEATS
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE
LILY WHITE FLOUR
Better than ever. It bakes everything
KENTUCKY CORN MEAL
Ik t nn the market. Always Irrsli. Sold at reasonable
prices and guaranteed by all grocers
MANUFACTURED AT HOME
Berea Milling Company
Place your order for eggs from
fine laying White Wyandottes. Fif
teen $1,110, thirty $2.50, fifty $4.00,
one hundred $7 00. A few Wyan
dotte Cockerels at $1.50 each. Mrs.
R. E. Bartlett.
Tanlac now has the largest sale of
any medicine in the world. There is
a reason. Berea I 'rug Co.
ECC.S FOR HATCHING
White Plymouth Rock eggs for
setting. Pure-bred. Strain direct
from flock at State Experiment Sta
tion. Placs your order now. Mrs.
D. S. Greene, phone 126-8, Walnut
Meadow pike, Berea, Ky.
FOR RENT Four-room cottage on
Chestnut street See Mrs. Mollle
Parks, on Chestnut street, near Berea
FOR RENT Large barn and lot
op Depot street Sea Mra. Mollie
Parks, Chestnut street, near Berea
AGAIN I SAY
That we do not cobble shoes. We have the best
equipment coupled with our experience and workmanship
which terms us as mechanics NOT COBBLERS.
Compare our work with that of others and you will
agree with us in this: "It's not so much how much you
pay, it's what you get for what you pay."
First class work for those who care.
WANTED Man with car to sell
low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130
per week and commissions. GRA
HAM TIRE CO, 1501 Boulevard,
Benton Harbor, Mich.
All claima against the estate of
Mrs. Sallie Burnell should be filed be
fore April 1st
A. W. Burnell, Administrator
SNAPPY SAYINGS, 10 CENTS
Be witty and funny win a reputa
tion aa a smart talker. Hundreds of
best humoroua epigrams and para
graphs in handy volume. You can
use them as your own. Sent post
paid for a dims cash. O. M. HAYS,
Box 1843, Jacksonville, Florida.
Having sold my farm, I saw fur
sale the following:
1 team draft mares, 8 and 1 years
old; 1 saddle and driving mars, 6
years old; 1 Deering mowing ma
chine and rake; 1 two-horse S $-4 In.
Studvbaker wagon; 1 No. tO, left
hand, Oliver turning plus
left hand, Vulcan turning ploi
It will pay anyons needing any
the things mentioned above to see me
before buying. T. B. Stephenson, 58
Center street, Berea, Ky, phone 75.
1 No. 12.
Tanlac has made life worth living
for millions of people who had al
most given up hoe. It will do the
sams for you. Berea Drug Co.