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June 8, 1922
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Office In Berea Baak A Trait Ce.
Office Phone 217 Res. Phone 174
Not art Public
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
in U Court! BEREA, KY.
Office hoar S-ll a. , 1-4 p. m.
Maia Street Berta, Ky.
Phone No. S
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
Phone 83 Berea, Ky
List Your Property
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F. L. MOORE'S
First CUm Repairing
Fin line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
Economy Store Policy
Yoor Money's Worth
We sell merchandise for cash.
Therefore you do not help pay the
other fellow's bill.
' A food quality of Chum Salmon,
10 cents per can. A limit of 5 cans.
The beat corn you can buy for the
money, only 10 cents per can.
The cleanest peaches put in a Blue
Ribbon package, 11 oza. for 10 cents.
Did you ever use Gault House Cof
fee. If not, you are missing a fine
drink. The cup quality is excellent,
Visit the Store of Economy
DOGS GIVEN VICTORIA CROSS
Three Have en Award. Highest
I British Decoration for Bravery
In Faoe ef the Enemy.
The English in asking that the Vic
toria Cross be awarded to the cat
which so heroically saved her young
during the lire of the I'rtutvinps only
follow an example given by tlie queen
of England herself. To appreciate
the value of this reward we must re
Bieinber that the Victoria Croats Is for
soldier, general or private, the high
est military order.
Ia the last war at the utmost fifty
have been awarded. However, several
dogs belonging to the British army
have received this honor. These were:
Bob, of tlie Koyal Berkshire, which la
the Afghanistan war saved the life of
several soldiers; Jack, which aconn
pllshed the same feats st the battle of
the Alma, and Jerry, a hero of the
Crimean war, which received from the
city of Dublin a medal and a dinner.
The odds sre that the aieaa made the
dog happier than the medal. New
Newa ef Berea sad Vicinity,
Gathered from a Variety
J. W. Welch is on the sick liot this
Mrs. Curt Rhodus and family of
Lexington spent the week end with
Mr. Rhodus' mother, Mrs. Mollis
Rhodus, who has been quite ill.
Mr. Idford, bf Lancaster, has
bought the home wTiere W. S.
Strachan now lives. Mr. Ledford
plans to move here in September.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith Gentry are
rejoicing over the arrival of a girl,
born June 5.
Mrs. Houk is visiting her daugh
ter, Rosa Houk, of the College.
Paul Muncy, who has been attend
ing school in W. Vs., is at home.
Mr. Ray, who is a student of the
Medical University of Louisville,
visited Miss Florence Baker last
Edward G. Hemdon has returned
home from Lewisburg, W. Va., where
he has been attending school.
Miss Mae Harrison, who has been
teaching in South Dakota, has re
turned home to speed the summer.
N. U. Bond returned Wednesday
evening from Debois, Pa.
David Roebuck, of Fort Estill, was
in Berea Tuesday.
Mrs. E. L. Hanson, who has been
on the sick list, remains about the
Mr. and Mrs. Edward O'Roark will
soon leave Berea to begin teaching.
J. B. Amett, of Ravenna, was in
Berea last week.
Miss Elene Herndon visited Miss
Brttie Herndon last week.
W. B. Jones is in Morris, Tenn.,
this week on business.
Mrs. Edith Holder will leave to be
gin to study in Cincinnati Conserva
tory of Music, Wednesday.
Rachel Jones from Chicago, 111.
who has been visiting Sally Griffin,
left Tuesday night for Asheville, N.
Messrs. Charles and William Moore
made a business trip to Richmond,
U.s. Henry Muncy is snendinsr the
WeeiT with her mother, Mrs. LrfvU,
at DreyV't- ..
.".tfrBjfion, manager of Be
rea Telephone Coinjuy, scad a
business trip to Richmond, Monday.
Dr. and Mrs, R. R. Snowden, of
Ravenna, visited Mrs. Snowden's
sister, Mrs. O. V. Arnett last week.
James Gaines is visiting home
folks this week.
John Higgs is with home folks
Mrs. E. L. Robinson has purchased
a new Studebaker touring car.
The young ladies' class of the
Methodist Church went on a wagon
party Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Isaacs and
family, of Somerset, are visiting rel
atives in Berea.
Miss Willard Shakelford, former
ly a Berea student, is visiting friends
in Berea. -
Miss Hildred Farmer is visiting
her sister, Mrs. Arthur Riddle, of
Miss Rebecca Muncy visited in
Richmond, Saturday and Sunday.
Frank Farmer has purchased a
new Studebaker touring car.
John Webb, who has been work
ing in Detroit, is visiting home
The senior class of the Baptist
Church served supper to the teachers
and officers of the Sunday-school,
Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Arnett were
in Richmond Sunday,
W. B. Cause, of Atlanta, Ga., was
in Berea on business, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Highland left
for Lancaster, Sunday, where they
win mane their home for awhile.
Mr. and Mrs. Troy Rich, of Rich
mond, visited Mr. and Mrs. B. D.
The workers who Went nut fnm
Berea Baptist Sunday-school to Pilot
n-noD report that the Sunday-school
is progressing nicely, with a larre
attendance. The services begin at
Ernest Gabbard. who ia emnlnveH
by the railroad, was at home Mon
We learn that Lewis and Tharkie
expect to have the painting and dec
orating on Dixie Highway property
completed by June. 12.
Arthur Dick has taken ...
ur me lurus rubJlghinr Ot mA
will deliver at your door weekly The
Saturday Evening Post and Country
Gentleman. Monthly, Ladies' Home
"""'' ii you are now, or would
like to te a reader of one of these
magaiines, call Arthur Dick. uhon.
Mrs. Eva Hamrick and Miss "Jack"
Wrnts went to Wallaceton to spend
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Attorney W. B. Walden, who has
been sick for some time, is up and
W. A. Lockhart, former manager
of the Boone Tavern Barber Shop,
is in Berea from Paintsville, Ky.,
for a short visit.
Those who are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Marshall Vsughn this week are
Mrs, Vaughn's father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Milliard and son,
Hendrix of Sharon, Tenn., Moss Hill
lard of Morganfleld, Ky., and Misses
Nora and Eudelle Nunn, of Newbern,
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS
O. V. Arnett, speeding, fine $10.00
Dsvid King, speeding, $10.00 and
Annie Hamilton, cold check, check
and court costs paid.
ATTENTION TO CITY
Out city ordinance reads: "No
person shall operate an automobile
in city limits with rat-out open. No
person shall Tun a car st a greater
rate of speed than 15 miles per hour
in city limits."
These ordinances must be complied
with, as I am going to see they are
L. C. POWELL,
LAWYER GETS YEAR FOR
TAKING ESTATE FUNDS
Chsrles M. F. Striger, Covington
attorney, who was charged in an in
dictment with having converted to
his own use funds from the estate
of the late Amelia Wilson, of which
he was .the executor, wss convicted
June 6 by a jury in Kenton county
circuit court and sentenced to serve
one year in the penintentiary. Striger
has practiced law thirty-five years.
KENTUCKY BOYS PASS
WEST POINT EXAM.
George William Hickman, Jr., of
Earlington, and John Bridgman, of
Louisville, are the only Kentucky
boys who passed the entrance exam
ination for admission to the United
States Military Academy, it was an
nounced Monday by the War Drt-
ment They will encCr "H&Z,' s
DINNER COMMENCEMENT DAT
Listen! Every one who is plan
ning to come to Berea Commence
ment Day. The Christian Church
people will serve dinner on the lawn
to help raise funds to remodel their
church. We ask your patronage
that day. A delicious dinner will be
served, with ice cream, ice lemon
ade and hot coffee.
Remember, on Christian Church
lawn on Chestnut street. Begins at
10:30 a. m., until sold out.
Ladies' Aid Society
BEREA COLLEGE MEETS
The play,'"Clarence," given by the
College seniors, Wednesday night,
was highly successful. The petty
difficulties of the daily routine were
entirely forgotten as the intricate
affairs of the Wheeler family were
unfolded with striking reality. Every
character was well fitted to the part
Dear little Cora Wheeler proved that
College seniors are capable of becom
ing children once again, and Bobby-
well, Bobby captivated the audience
with his extremely youthful manli
ness. The other characters really
lived in the complex situation.
The senior class wishes to acknowl
edge its indebtedness for the splendid
assistance of Miss Helen Kersey, Mr.
Cary, Miss Williams and the mem
bers of the class who so freely gave
their time, and without whom the
play could never have been produced.
You are cordially invited to at
tend the marriage of Mr.
or Madison county, Kentucky, to
wise , of county.
Kentucky, in Berea, on Monday,
June 12, at "high noon." This wed
ding will be of unusual interest as
this handsome couple have kindly,
yes, very unselfishly consented to in
vite the general public to attend.
The business and professional peo
ple of Berea appreciate this gener
ous offer from these young people
and desire to express it In making
them numerous gifts ranging all the
way from a cook book to a building
lot Practically all the business and
professional people in the town will
be represented by these gift. A
complete list of the contributions
will appear in next week's issue of
In addition to gifts by Berea citi
tens, the couple will be entertains!
t the Lafayette Hotel, Lexington. I
LEVI LAMB DIES AT RED LICK
Levi Lamb, of Red Lick, who had
been ill for some time, died last Sun
day and was buried Tuesday in the
Mr. Lamb was 67 years old on the
day of his death. He is survived by
a wife, one brother, and many de
THB UNION CHURCH
The Union Church will join with
the College on Sunday, both morn
ing and evening. The sermon in the
morning will be by President Wil
liam J. Hutch ins and the sermon at
night by Rev. Raymond Robins.
The Thursday night prayer meet
ing will be held as usual in the
Parish House. The Sunday-school
will meet as usual Sunday morning.
The morning address of last Sun
day by Rev. Andrew M. Brodie, on
conditions in the near East, was a
vivid and reliable account and the
plea for interest and assistance in
the relief work should meet with
By F. A. WALKER
DAK WIN I A.N TIIKUHY
WE AltE reading a great deal
these days about the Parwlnlan
theory. The newspapers tell us that
Kentucky, tamed for Its blue urns. Its
bl(NHNd horses, beautiful women and
chivalrous men. Is deep In the study
of its Involved perplexities.'
AH the wtiy f ixu ahool houses
to the Kentucky senate, the ques
tion of man's relationship with monkey
la being rilcuned with fervor.
Tlie world la pricking up Its ears,
arching Its eyebrows and looking
askance upon the creatures, whe. ac
cording to the Scriptures, were created
In Cod's Image.
Jut how will all this controversy
benefit you and me?
Will It make us better men and
women, elevate our minds to a high
er si here snd give us greater r
Tower gravitates to those who can
ue It, not to the wavering nor the
r.eak. It belong to lbe who have
faith? believe as a child and ac
cept blhlicalsfaVeweoU without ques
tion ymmmt weu know
- ' vt no oy gazing id m r
" ling glasa can see himself or
The body which encasea self
Is sll mat can be seen, yet wno doubts
that self, the luiag. of Uod exists?
Who questions the truthfulness of
the ttlhle, the origin of man. or the
oumlpoience of Hlin who created the
heaven and the earth!
la It for the atom of dust to duuy:
"So Uod created man In Ills own
Image, In the Image of Uod created
He him; male and female created lie
Let us not go out of mr wsy to seek
the dark places, whose mysteries must
forever baffle human understanding.
There la more Joy In the sunshine.
more hsppluess In useful effort, more
pleasure In the acceptance of exist
ence as It Is, more delight In self sb
uegutlon and In titling good to others.
than In the painstaking avoidance of
It la not for ua to become erased
about frlaky monkeys, nor for us to
try to make monkeys of ourselves.
But It Is for us to work, to think
good thoughts, to put unbelief and
doubt far behind us and make our
selves more worthy of the Infinite love,
the only anchor which will hold secure
In this life and In the life to come.
n........ .......... ...... g
THE ROMANCE Of WORDS
D I' KINO the Sixteenth and
Seventeenth centuries pins
were so extremely expensive
thut only the wealthy could af
ford them. By a curious law,
the manufacturers of pins were
permitted to sell them on only
two dsys each year January 1
and 2 and when those days
came around the women whose
husbands could afford the ex
penditure secured "pin-money"
from them for their purchases.
While savages have, for ages,
used thorns and splinters for
the purpoee of Joining bits of
hide or making garments of
leaves, pins as we know them
today did not come Into use
until the early part of the Four
teenth century. They were In
troduced Into England la 1540
but It was not until 1824 that
an American named Might In
vented a machine for manufac
turing pins very rapidly, and
now more than l.NW tone of
Iron snd brsss are annually con
verted Into pins In the United
States alone, a condition which
renders entirely obsolete the
original meaning of the phrase
"pin money" which, however,
still persists aa a synonym for
"an allowaare given by a hus
band te a wife te cover her per
These figures demonstrate that the people
of Berea and Madison County have confidence
in our management, appreciate our friendly
service, and realize the protection which our
FEDERAL RKSERVE MEMBERSHIP af.
You will like the BEREA NATIONAL
BANK and the way it operates.
Come in and let us show what we can do
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
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 othew and you will
agTee with us in this; "It's not so much how much you
pay, it's what you get for wliat you pay."
First class work for those who care.
8:30 p. m.
8:00 a. m.
Sunday connections for Boonesboro take No. 36 for Rich
mond, Boonelii: jy w''W
A nice, young, freiS. 'uiCir saft
Terms reasonable. R II. Chrisman.
Sweet Clever. Want stock to
graze down. Prices reasonable.
Phone Tom Ogg, 107, four ring.
ROOMS FOR RENT Two rooms
down stairs, furnished or unfurnished.
Apply Mrs. Iby Baker on Chestnut
street near postofflce.
One Jersey cow and calf. Cow is
4 years old -and calf one. month old.
Stanley Powell, 47 Center street
IF YOU are lonely-hearted and
dissatisfied with your station in life
write to the GET ACQUAINTED
CLUB ; they will try to suggest a
way to true happiness. Address P.
O. Box 41, Norwood Branch, Cincin
nati, O. -
WANTED Responsible local resi
dent to act as local collector on spe
cial monthly payment accounts.
This is spare time work. Apply E.
A. Wagner, 402 Strand Theatre Bldg,
FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT
Seven-room cottage with good shade
trees (front and back), electric lights,
water, kitchen sink, and bathtub.
Both oil stove and range in kitchen.
Screened porch and cellar. Inquire
at 61 Center street.
PET RABBITS FOR SALE
Thoroughbred Belgian Hares, Rufus
red, two large does and eleven
young ones. Attractive pets and un
excelled for meat. Pens go with
rabbits. 61 Center street.
WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE
in Berea for one year, beginning
about September 1, 1922. Would
like the house to have 5 to 7 rooms,
and I prefer location on one of the
Write R. C. Schooler, Lancaster,
FOR SALE Four-burner eil
stove, New Process, used one sum
mer. Six dining-room chairs, oak;
kitchen table, three by five; steel bed.
bronzed, with springs and mattress.
Large dressing table mirror; steel
folding couch, with two mattresses.
Garden tools; lawn mower, rake, ax,
hoe, one man plow, potato fork, shov
el. C. C. Batson, 62 Jackson street
Leave Berra 8 IS a. m.
Leave Richmond 8.00 p.m.
trimmed, box spring, hair ms tress;
iron bed, springs and hair mi tress;
dining table, upholstered arm chair,
willow chair, rocker, lamps, etc.;
wringer, flat irons; lawn mower,
garden rakes, shovels, spsding fork;
large covered garbage or ash can,
sx, buck saw. C. II. Felton, Jack
R4 Creea Offlte
T am In ftiwli with iuarU una
- " rytrnf v-rv-
ialy men looking for work, so will
be glad to have those having work to
do to call Red Cross office or drop
a note in College postofflc.
A )oyou. world will mak. Ita wsy
'Nrath mktf forv.r blu..
If all tl at in. prta. agent, say
Comra abaoluuly lru.
He Ko the Jury awarded Flossie
.'(0 s week alimony)
(She Yea, she says'lt would sees
so gncx! now not to lie dependent upoa
a limn for her liwom.l Wayside
Rates for private room
with board and care
$150 to S3.$7 per tUy
$10.50 to ; per week
"Sweet Dre.sM oi Yoa," "Trait."
"SkaJy Us.," Seaubody't Bees
Feohsg Yea." "Caerry Tixes,"
"Me for Yes." 25 cteU esck
er U el these besstifuJ big Mag
kits for $1.00.
ENTERPRISE MUSIC CO.
116 Lyric TUabs leilelag. CiataaatL Oki.
Special Blend Coffee
3 Pounds Sent Postpaid $1.00
1 Pound Cocoa Free .
LIBERTY COFFEE C0.,CvigtoB, Ky.