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DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Oflre In Bere Baak A Trst C.
0ee rhon SIT Km. Flea 174
Phont No. 4
W. B. WALDEN
in U Court!
Office hour 9-12 a. mn 14 a. m.
Mala Street Berea. Ky.
Phoaa No. 3
Dr. J. C. Gabbard
Office in Berea Bank & Trust
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Daily
J. F. CLEMMER
Berea, Ky '
List Your Property
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F. L. MOORE'S
First CUm Repairing
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
THE EVERPLAY PHONOGRAPH
Can play 27,000 records with one
Everplay Needle. Will last twenty
years witn average playing ana is)Robe. Mountain Monday.
worth $40.00 in ordinary steel needles i
at 15 cents per 100 needles. The'
r l x n ni.it, I. Muinviti
more distinct and every tone more
clear and sweeter than ordinary rec
ord needles and plays every make of
records. Price for this Everplay ; treet to th.ir former home in Jack
Needle is $1.00 or $1.10 by mail. Full: Breathitt county. Mr. Johnson
instructions with every needle. For
sale by A. Danielson, 216 East Main
Street, Richmond, Ky.
The Economy force is always busy.
Why? First, we five you good mer
chandise t second, we make the price
reasonable. Last, but not the least,
we guarantee all goods we sell to
We are always glad for you to
visit our store. Come in.
Say, buy one of these assortments
of canned goods,
3 Cana Fancy Red Cherries. .. .$1.10 '
3 Cana Fancy White Cling or I
v.ii fy : ti 1. nn i
3 Cans Fancy Apricots, No. 2 1-2 .90
3 Cans Fancy Pineapple, No. 2. 1.00
3 Cans Sweet Wrinkled Peas.. .55
3 Cana Baby Lima or Cut Green
3 Cans No. 3 Fancy Tomatoes.. .65
3 Cans No. 2 Sugar Corn 60
And with it we will sell you:
20 Bars P. A G. Whit Naptha
16 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar 1.00
Makes the Assortment
Sugar and Soap 8.00
Special for Satarday
11 ox. package Blue Ribbon
We Will Bay Year Egge for Caak
B. R. Harris HareU TerrtU
Cheetaat Street Telephone 131
News at Berea aad TWaltf,
Getaeraa freaa a YarWy
V. H. HeiuJey spent this last week
with his parenta at Oneida.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton left
Monday of last week for their home
at Wood, Va.
Mrs. John Welth and Mrs. Joe Gil
bert with their children spent Mon
day with Mrs. Welch's father, near
Mrs. S. E. Welch has just returned
fp-ni a pleasant visit with her daugh
ter. Mrs. Jack Wood, at Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Torter have
moved to their new home on Jackson
Mrs. Emma Anderson was called
to Richmond Tuesday on account of
the serious illnesss of her sister, Mrs.
! Jake S. Lake and family, of Gar
(inrtl County were the (ruests of Mr.
Lake's sister, Mrs. H. C. Combs on
Ceiter street Isst week.
Mr. and Mr-. Edward Lake were
surpri-ed "indny when their children
came in v.ith baskets of dinner andj
presents to celebrate Mr. Lake's 67th
Charles Davidson is putting up a
new garage and concrete driveway
on his place on Chestnut street
Walter Engle and Estill Jo.in
are putting in a new concrete orive
way. J. C. Guinn and wife, R, J. Lutes
and little daughter, Edna, of Rock
ford, spent Monday, of this week
with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lutes of'
West Chestnut street.
Mrs. Coffee and Mrs. Sam Mullins
" v's't'n Mrs- Coffee's daughter.
.Mrs. jonn siumni.
Pr. McGuire is helping out at the
Berea Prug Co. in the absence of Dr.
Witt, who is recovering from ton
silitis operation at the Robinson Hos
pital. Mrs. Martha Combs, Sr., of Cen-
ter street, was delightfully surprised
last Saturday by a birthday supper.
I Mrs. Combs is 79 years old. Those
j fresent were Mr. and Mrs. Talt
Combs, Mrs. Mary Anderson and
' daughter, Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. H. C.
' Combs and daughters, and Mr. and
j Mrs. Sidney Lake.
Miss Nora Azbill is spending the
Iweek end with her friend, Mrs. Tur-
rer Gott. at Irvine.
Miss Rachel Norvelle entered
Western Kentucky State Normal
School at Bowling Green, last Wed
nesday. Miss Norvelle graduates
from State Normal at that place this
The missionary society at the Bap
tist church held its regular monthly
meeting Wednesday with Mrs. Henry
Abney as president. There was a
large crowd present and several im
portant questions were discussed.
Miss Fannie Bowles, teacher of the
fifth grade in the Berea Graded
School, took her pupils on a picnic to
Mr and M Harry Smith of Ricn.
nr.A ,nint th w,Pk.ni with Mr.
I and Mrs. Ernest Campbell.
The family of Scott Johnson, a
Federal Board student, has moved
from the Tom Huff property on Elm
will remain in school at Berea.
J. B. Eversole, of Letcher county,
was visiting his sister, Mrs. D. W.
Webb, and brother, R. L. Eversole,
on Jackson street early n the week.
Miss Leona Webb was home from
Irvine over Saturday and Sunday
Rev. Vogel, pastor of the Metho
dist church, will start a revival
meeting at the Methodist Church in
Paint Lick, Monday evening, May 1.
Beginning Monday, May 1st, The
Berea-Richmond Auto Line will start
the following schedule: Leave Be-
re 7.15 a. m., 11 a. m. and 3:30 p.
m. Leave Richmond 8 a. m., 1:3C p.
m., and 8 p. m.
Berea's first car at
Sunday moming service as usual,
with preaching by Rev. A. G. Weid
On Thursday night a church social
will take the place of the prayer
Sunday night services as usual, be
ginning with a song service.
R-td Cross Office
I am in touch with people, eipe
claly men looklnr for work, so will
be glad to have those having work to
do to call Red Cross office or drop
a note in College poetoffice.
MOTHER OP BEREA PROFESSOR
HAS UNDERGONE OPERA
TION IN CLEVELAND
Word haa been received from Prof.
W. G. Burroughi, who took hit
mother to Cleveland, O., several days
)o for an operation, that his mother
lived thru the operation and ia doing
as well as could ba expected.
Bible school topV. April 30th,:
Isaiah's Summons and Response;
Isaiah 6: 18. Golden Text: Here
am I, send me.
The time is now that full time
workers are needed for the building
of the kingdom of Jesus Christ.
Come on to Bible School Sunday,
The loyal Leaders, Mrs. C B.
Holder, teacher, will lead the devo
tional opening of Bible School, 9:30
To all mothers of the cradle roll:
You are cordially invited to come,
be seen, and bring the baby, next
10:4." A Quartette will sing: Open
The Pr for the Children.
10:50 R. B. Baker, the pastor will
speak to Bible school.
Pont miss the service!
167 present last Sunday, make 1
of 200, April 30.
Miss Iva Harrison of Berea and
Mf Homer Highland of Berea and
Richmond were married at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Harrison, on High Street, Fri
day. April 21. The bride was for
merly employed by the Berea Tele
phone Co. The groom came here
from Richmond more than a year ago
and was employed by the Berea Mo.
tor Co. Later he established a busi
ness for himself, in which he con
tinued until recently. He now has
a position with the McKenzie Motor
Co. in Iexington, where they will
make their home after a few days
visit with friends and relatives.
The wedding ceremony was solem
nized by Rev. C. E. Vogel of the
WEST END AND VICINITY
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bullins, Mr. and
l r-m n,uoi. Rntlin. anH fwil Rill.
, j. Ar,je am Ar(fi(? Voon
of Wildie, visited P. L. Nash's Sat
unlay. Mrs. Ijjzwell and son, of Crooked
Creek, and Mrs. Granville Cox, of
Snyder, visited Tilman Coffey, Sun
day. Mrs. Black is very sick at this
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Purkey and
Mr. and .Mrs. L. F. Swinford visited
Georpe Tarrot's, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. I Gabbard went
to Cartersville Sunday afternoon to
see Mrs. Holromh, who is very low
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Jenning
visited C. H. Todd. Monday.
Rev. and Mrs. Elbert Winkler are
visiting their brothers here.
Mr. Spence gave the tubercular
test to several of the cows in this I
community last week at R. W. Todd's
The frost Saturday night did some
damage to the fruit, but we hope
there will be plenty that was not
THE DRAMATIC CLUB CAME
The Dramatic Club was with us
again, presenting two one-act plays,
"The Kleptomaniac" and "The Flor
ist Shop" to the Secondary Schools
on Monday evening and to the Col
lege and citizens of the town Wed
Both plays were light and bubblii -
over with humor. This was the firxt
occasion that offered any real en
couragement for laughing at a stage
preformance by the College since tb.
presentation of "The Private Secre
tury" by the College Senior Clas
The fact that the casts were mailt
up entirely of students ia a tacit ac
knowledgement that the leaders of ibo
Dramatic Club are interested in de
veloping talent rather than simpl.'
displaying the abilities of those al
ready trained. But, we are not yet
convinced that the Dramatic Club
will ever be able to absorb all the
dramatic work of the institution.
The orchestra under the director
ship of Professor Rigby furnished
pleasing music between plays, and
the furaiture for the stage was
graciously loaned by Chrisman's
HERE COMES A STRANGER!
Irs make our pout office look ntat,
Mr. I'ostnisster Straighten up the
rural letter lx, Mr Karnier. Tidy
op some, Mr. Rural Harrier. Klrct
Impressions are laming Maybe Mr.
Rtrsnffer, taking notice of these Im
provements, will come bark, bringing
yea benefits. Risrl these with 'To'
TAL IMMtOVKUKNT WICfcK" V
CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP WEEK
May 1 ta , 122
Get rid of ratal Swat the fly!
Clean front yards, and clean back
yards, clean streets and clean alleys,
clean cellars and clean attics, clean
school grounds, furnish the necessary
environment for the formation of
clean character so essential for our
growing boya and girls. At the ar
gent request of the State Board of
Health and the State Department of
Fire Prevention, all Hospitals, Ho
tels, Restaurants, School Buildings,
Grocery and other stores, and Private
Residences will be carefully Inspected
this week, to insure the safety of
tire prevention, and as to the sani
To the Merchant:
Make thoro inspection of your
place. Remove all packing cases,
barrels, rubbish and other inflamma
ble material that may have accumu
lated in your basement or storeroom
during the winter. This is for your
safety as well as your neighbor's.
Keep all decaying vegetables, meats,
etc.. cleared away. Keep food stuff
under screen or glass away from flies.
The public buys more from the clean,
All rubbish will be hauled away
free, if put in barrels, boxes, or cks
so it can be easily handled, and
placed by the front sidewa'k not later
than 7:00 a. m.. May 1st. The wag
on will be on each street but once.
Thanking you for your cooperation,
J. L. Gay, Mayor
! COLORED COLUMN
John L. Miller and Henry Estille
i were the guest of Miss Glendon
' l' vnolds and Miss Mas Doe. Sunday
Roosevelt Ballard is at home from
I-ington for a few days.
The song service at the Berea
school Saturday night was a success.
Elija Pullin and Roosevelt Boggs
were the guests of Miss Winnie
Campbell. Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker
motored to Richmond Sunday after
noon to visit friends.
Fmmett Embry of Richmond was
the guest of Mrs. Andrew Srudtler,
Friends are glad to know Mrs. El
sie Moran, formerly of Berea, who is
now residing in Madisonville, O., is
nimh better and is expecting to re
turn fa her home in Berea in May.
FOR RENT Two rooms on Rail
road street, near Depot. Call J. A.
Parks, 81-3, or see Mr. Roebuck.
FOR SALE Pen of 12 White
Wyandotta, good layers; price rea
sonable; also batching eggs, $2.50
for 60. 75 cents for 15. Mrs. R. E.
Runuhunda silk 4-in-hands; Blue
or Brown with white spots. Th
r.ew shapes for summer. Satisfa'
tion or money refunded. Mailed for
75c each; 3 for $2. SEAN-EN CO.
Station I Box 12, Cincinnati, O.
FOR SALE OR RENT
Four-room house on Dixie; water,
lighU, good lot. Bargain at $1,000.
Also two good houses on J. K-
Street at bargain. For information,
see or call M. J. Carrier. Phone No.
The Woman's Industrial of the
Union Church will hold a sale at the
Parish House on the afternoon of the
first Monday in May, beginning at
1 o'clock. Not only the members of
the Industrial, but all other needy
families are invited to come to this
Do you favor the preserving of
home grown fruit? Do you like
home canned fruit! Then buy
more peaches for less money from
Stanley Powell, 47 Center street,
Jackson County Pride, quart cans,
$2.40 per dozen; $1.80 per dozen for
SALESMAN WANTED By a con
cern Manufacturing Medium Priced
Clothing In New York City, for Weat
Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky.
Apply to D. N. Welch, Salesmanager,
JUm 296, Berea, Ky. tf.
FOUND Bunch of keys. Inquire
of Mr. Hudson W. W. Department
and pay for ad.
LOST One gold watch, 16 size,
open fare, plain rase, ring out of
stem, 21 jewel Elgin movement
Thought to be lost between Berea
Milling Co. and Robinaon Hospital at
T.I'O Monday moming. Finder re
turn to W. B. Tate Vulcanizing Shop
or College Registrar's Office and re
ceive reward of $5.00.
The one certain way to get the most from
your earnings is to set aside a definite amount
and deposit it every week or month in a Savings
Account with this bank.
The Afo interest which we pay will help
you to build up the total, and your money will
enjoy the protection of our FEDERAL RESERVE
MEMBERSHIP along with that afforded by our
Capital and Surplus of $75,000 and our exper
ienced and conservative management.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
AGAIN I SAY
That we do not cobble shoes. We have the best
equipment coupled with our exprrience and workmanship
which terms us as mechanics NUT COBBLERS.
Compare our work with that of others and you wilt
agree with us in this: "It's not so much how much yon
pay, it's what you get for wliat you pay."
First class work for those who care.
LILY WHITE FLOUR
Bettt r than ever. It bakes everything
KENTUCKY CORN MEAL
B t on the market Always Ire-li. Sold at reasonable
prices and guaranteed If all grocer
MANUFACTURED AT HOME
Berea Milling Company
It takes the calendar to prove the worth of paint
Any paint looks jrood wht-n flrst put on, but tn
lut'htion is, will it wear?
H ANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT
is mtule for long wear. It sticks to its job through
all sort of changes in weather and temperature. It
protects and beautifies your property far longer than
an inferior paint could do.
Judged by years of service, Hanna's Green Seal
is the cheapest paint there is.
CORNETT & DEAN
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
EFFECTIVE APRIL 30TH
Train No. 32, "The Southland," for Winchester,
Paris, Lexington, and Cincinnati will leave Berea
5:13 P n.
Far hvtker ialarautiaa, apply to Ucal ticket aieat L 4 N. t. R.
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