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July 1.1,' 1022
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Offict la Berea Bank A Trut O.
Office rh 217 Rea. TkoM 174
Phone No. 4
W. B. WALDEN
Berea National Bank Building
to all Court
Office hour S-12 a. , l- 9- "
Main Street Bare. Kf.
Phono No. t
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
Plenty of blackberries, huckleber
ries, grapes, apples, plums, peaches,
and pears. Everyone should make
an effort to save this crop, because
we may not have any next year.
So Save Them
We have plenty glass fruit jars,
which we are offering you at rock-
bottom prices. Don't fail to get a
supply they will be higher. Pints
65c, quarts 75c, half gallons $1.10.
The bent jar rubbers 10c or 3 for 25c.
Plenty sugar, the very best cane.
Don't take chances with something
ji.et as good. Be sure.
Say, you will be peeling apples and
peaches. It is a slow, tiresome job
and a 'waste to peel by hand. We
have a machine peeler that is great.
You will 'say so when you see it work.
Only t2.00 each.
The Economy Store
At A Bargain
Ford Touring Car with
self starter, demount
able rims and extra tire.
C. E. CAMPBELL
Pkooo Day PkoM Night
RICHMOND 128 BEREA 226
New W Eotm aasl VkiaJty,
GatW1 fres a Yarfety
I B rcea,
Mil's Ruth Quillen, L. C. Dodson
and H. M. Fielder spent from the
first to the fifth of July at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Dlzney at
Evarts, Harlan county, Ky. They re
port a pleasant time and enjoyed
visiting the nearby points of interest
Roscoe Holt left recently for Okla
homa, where he will visit tor a few
Mrs. W. T. Lutes, who has been so
very sick, is able to be out -again.
Ben Gay is very sick at his horn?
on Estill street
Charles Davidson made a business
trip Monday to Cincinnati and re
turned in a new Stutx roadster.
Dr. Scott T. McGuire has been im
proving the looks of his home by the
addition of a large porch.
Miss Kate Coddington has opened
up a new street leading back of D.
G. Bales' residence from the Dixie
Highway, and is having a beautiful
Miss Ora Gabbard is enjoying tlv
summer with the Welches at Wino
na Lake, Ind.
W. H. Hensley is enjoying a visit
from his mother, of Onedia, Ky.
Dr. B. F. Robinson left Monday for
a visit at Mayo Clinic at Rochester,
Mrs. Elbert Martin, of McQuinter.
Ky., is at the Robinson Hospital to
have her tonsils removed.
Mrs. Sallie Bogie is spending the
week with Mrs. B. F. Robinson while
Dr. B. F. is away.
The work on the Christian Church
is progressing rapidly.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Farmer and
daughter, Mrs. W. B. Jones, motore''
to Lexington Tuesday.
Miss Nora Azbill returned home
from Irvine, where she has been
Mr. and Mrs. Pi-ter and daughter
have returned to Berea. They have
rented the cottage on the comer of
Parkway and High streets, which be
longs to Mrs. Laura Jones.
Mrs. T. O. Broaddus and Mrs. Tur
ner Gott, of Ravenna, made a flying
trip to Berea, Wednesday.
Parkway and High street are be
ing widened and graded.
Jeff Walker was in Nicholasville
on business Tuesday.
Frank Farmer, who is with the
Ades Company of Lexington, spent
the week-end with homo folks.
William Bean is visiting his sister
Joe Spink left Sunday for Paint
Lick to spend a few days.
Harry Woodall left Tuesday for a
visit in Red Bluff, Calif., with his
Bob Smith, student of Ohio Wes
leyan, is visiting Hon. Paul Edwards.
A party of Berea girl and boys
went horseback riding Sunday. Mrs.
Harry James chaperoned the party.
All reported a fine time.
Mrs. P. L. Nash, of Berea, is visit
ing her daughter, who is quite sick,
in Wildie, Ky.
Word has just been received from
Cleveland, O., that Mrs. H. E. Tay
lor is much improved.
Miss L. B. McClintock and Emma
Love, uf Louisville, are visiting in Be
rea this week. Miss McClintock is
connected with the editorial depart
ment of the Courier-Journal and is
in Berea gathering material for a
special article on Berea College which
will appear in the Courier-Journal
soon. Miss Love is the society ed;
tor of the Courier-Journal and h
here enjoying the scenery and hav
ing a short holiday.
C. E. Porter and children, Anna
bel and Edward, left early Monday
morning for an automobile trip to
points in western Kentucky. Mrs.
Porter left by train the same day
to visit her people in Iowa.
D. W. Webb returned the last ot
the week from a visit with his daugh
ter, Mrs. Adams, in Letcher county.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hubbard, of
Chicago, stopped over Sunday with
the Hurts on Dixie Highway. They
are making the trip to Mobile by
The July meeting of the Jackson
Street League was held a little more
than a week ago on the beautiful
iawn of the Doxlge home. Prof.
Dodge has been the president of the
organization for several years and
he and Mrs. Dodge chose to make
(his meeting at their own home rath
er more of a social gathering than
usual. There was a very full repre
mentation of the street present and
good fellowship was much in evi
dence. Punch and cakei were served
M the close by the hoatess. The next
meeting will be in the nature of a
jlimic which Is planned for July 28.
Mr. Fish and Mr. and Mr. Walker
have very graciously offered their
park-like lawn for thin annual occa
sion. The lad if in charge have in
advertently let it out that fried chit
ken in on the menu and a unanimous
attendance in practically tmuml.
WEST EMI AND VICINITY
Russell Duncan has returned to hi
home at Latonia and Lucille Duncan
ii visiting at Winchester.
A telegram was received Monday
that Mr. Nannie Johnson is very ill.
We are glad to see Mrs. W. T.
Lutes at home again from the hos
pital. J. H. Jackson spent the week-end
ai home with his family, but went
to Irvine Monday.
Miss Rebecca Muncy spent last
week in Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. Bond, Mr. and Mrs.
Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Radar at
tended the funeral of Judge Johnson
t London last Wednesday.
Mrs. Henry Muncy is spending; the
week at her home at Dreyfus.
H. Muncy was called to Malcolm
last week by the death of his father-in-law,
D. W. Jackson, the "hustling
salesman" for the Lexington Dry
Goods Company, was home for the
Mose Anglin, of Disputanta, was
at the home of his sister, Mrs. W. T.
Lutes, oq Saturday,
Miss Geneva Jackson is visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Saunders, at Valley
D. N. Welch has moved to the
house vacated by U. S. Wyatt, who
has gone to Mississippi.
Mrs. Mattie Jackson, of Fariston,
who. has been visiting her daughter
in Winchester, stopped over Monday
tor a visit at her son's, J. M. Jackson.
Mrs. Mattie Gray, of Winchester, ac
Messrs. Davidson and Whicker
were in Cincinnati Monday on busi
ness. Mrs. James chaperuned a horse
back party to Cowbell Hollow Sun
day. Tho party consisted of Misses
Helen James, Daisy Cook, Ruth John
ion, Eleanor Baker, Bernice Norria,
and Messrs. Wm. Rossie, Oscar
Combs, Armand Kalfayan, Pau'
Muncy and Heber Wilson.
Dr. Hirschy spoke at Olivet Chapvl
on Sunday night
Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Pike and aon,
if Maysville, spent the week-end with
friends and relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Gadd went to Wildie
the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshbanks and Mr.
rnd Mrs. Joe. Reynolds, from White
Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Cam Lewis, all
went to look ever a large peach or
chard at Scaffold Cane Sunday.
Last Sunday the Parsons family ob
served their annual reunion at the
home of D. F. Parsons.
Mrs. Nash is spending the week
with her daughter, Mrs. Bullen, at
Wildie, who is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parsons and
Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Pike visited
Greene Parsons at Bobtown, Sunday.
IT'S LONESOME WITH UNCLE
The boys are not all home. Read
the following letter:
Editor, Berea Cituen,
I am dropping a few lines, hoping
that you will be so kind as to drop
my name in the Berea Citizen paper,
for the girls of Berea and other
small towns to drop me a few lines,
as I would be glad to hear from
some one there. I will answer all
letters that I receive.
I have been in the tropic of th
Hawiian Islands for eighteen months,
and I can say that it is the lone
somest place on earth. A letter
would cheer me up very much. I
have been in the army for the last six
years. Berea, Ky., is my home town,
and believe me you will forget your
friends by being gone so long.
Your very truly,
Charles H. Powell
Non-Commissioned Officer School,
Fort DeRussy, (Honolulu) Hawaii
an Islands, June 7, l'J22.
The committee on the organization
of the JCiwanis Club .in Berea met in
Dr. Best' office on Monday evening
ard furthered the plan for the com
plete organization of the club which
have been on foot for some time.
There will be another meeting in' Dr.
Best' office on Monday evening at
6:1(0, and everyone who is interested
in this club is cordially invited to at
tend this meeting. Do not forget the
date and don't fail to come.
II 00 SALE
Mrs. Laura Jont is having
THE BIGGEST SALE EVER
A splendid hat for 11.00, formerly
$5.00, $4.00, and $2.60. No hat of
fered that was under $2.50 in price
Must clear up stock for new hat
Mid other things.
THE I'MON CHURCH
The regular Thursday night prayer
meeting will be held In the Parish
House. Prof. Shaw will be the lead
er 'and the subject is ."Christian
Dr. N. C. Hirschy will preach both
miming and night next Sunday.
On Saturday afternoon and eve
ning,' July 15, ladies of the church
will have an ice cream and rake salo
on the new church lawn. The sale
begins at 4:30 and continues until
everything is sold. The proceeds wl'l
go toward furnishing the new church
kitchen. Come and have a' social
time and help the cause.
E PLt RIBU8 UNUM
The Methodirt Sunday-school de
sires to express its appreciation for
those who made possible the commu
nity picnic of July Fourth.
The splendid spirit of fellowship
and cooperation seemed to be
"catchy" and made the day a happy
one indeed. The success of this oc
casion augur well for future cele
brations of this kind. It certainly
is a wurthy step in tho right direc
tion. Congratulation to the promoters.
Hurrah for Fourth of July, 1922.
Hurrah for even a greater commu
nity affair in 1923!
Mr. and Mrs. Ffcrle G. Walker
gave a delightful picnic party at
Boonesboro Beach, Friday morning,
honoring their house guest, Miss
Zenier Kizer, of Mattoon, 111. Includ
ed in the party were Misses Neva
Chrisman, Carol Edwards, Mollye
Parks. Zenier Kizer, Messrs. "Frick"
llerndon, "Bob" Smith, of Nelson,
ville, O., Paul Edwards and Leslie
Paint Lick Ball Park, July 8.
Paint Lkk defeated Whites Sta
tion here today. The locals hit Park
pietty hard. He was replaced by
Kinnard, in the seventh, who held
Paint Lick safely for the remaining
rounds. Final score, Paint Lick, S,
Whites Station 3.
Livingston, Riverside Park, July -
Berea Hustlers 'defeated the locals
here today in a one-sided game. Th
pitching staff seemed to be Living
ston's trouble. Williams, for the
visitors, pitched gvod ball, allowing
three clean hits.
Harrison, for the visitors, made
the star catch of the game and at
the same time making a double, un
assisted. Hunt played the best for the lo
cals. Final wore Hustlers 1.1, Living
The Hustlers are playing at home
the next two games Paint Lick,
July 15, Livingston, July 16. Drew
and Bales will be the battery for
Livingston, Williams and Kinnard for
HOME COMING AT GLADES
Sunday, July 16, will be home
coming day at the Glades Christian
church. Come, bring your basket
full and spread dinner with your
The revival will begin on Saturday
night, July 15, at 7:30, and will be
conducted by Rev. Mr. Thad S. Tins
ley, State Evangelist, of Anchorage,
Come and tell your friends to
John F. Dean J. W. Herndon
DEAN ti HERNDON
Dealer in Real Estate Berea, Ky.
We are still in the Real Estate
business with some of the best bar
gains we have ever offered in farms
and town lots. Among the are
come small farm jut outside of the
city limit. One, a farm of about 3
acres, nice 5-room bungalow built on
brick pillars, weather boarded and
painted, right on the Dixie High
wty, with the College water in the
houae; a good kitchen sink; small
barn and chicken house sufficient tor
100 ben. Price $3,000 with liberal
term. Adjoining this ia farm lani
that can be bought or rented.
We have other land that are im
proved. There have been more lot
sales in Berea in the last month than
vcre ever made her in the same
length of time, and we expect to see
more house in course of construc
tion within the next 30 day than
were ever being built in Berea at
We are looking for a rush of buy
ers in August and September. Why
not come before then and make your
selection. We are in a position to
fcive you easy term if you want to
buy a home in Berea. Come and tee
us. All we ask is an appointment to
W also have some good blue
grass farm from 100 to 600 acre.
Don't write Jut com and see us and
let uf show you what we have.
Daa a Heradoa
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Berea National Bank
Report of the condition of the Berea National Bank, at Berea in the
State of Kentucky, at the close of business on June 30, 1911:
Loans and Discounts including rediscount f J94, 85 7- 5
Overdrafts, unsecured 393-'7
U. S. Government Securities owned:
iH-positrd to secure circulation (U. S. bonds
par value) .5,coo.oo
All 'other t S. Government securities 11,341 97
Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc 1,250.00
Banking House 100
Lawlul reserve with Federal Reserve Bank 10,317. f$
Cash in vault and amount due from national banki 19,934.51
Checks m other banks in the same city or town as
reporting bank icl. 18
Redemption fund with I'. S. Treasurer, and due from
V. S. Treasurer 1,150
Capital stock paid in f 15.ooo.co
Surplus fund 50,000.00
Undivided Profits 1,005.51
Circulating notes outstanding 14.100.co
Individual deposits subject to check I7.6v5.3
Dividends unpaid 3,150.00
Other time drpoMts 119,504 43
State of Kentucky, County of Madison, $t:
I, J. I- Gav, Caslnei of the above-named tank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. L. Gat, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to lie fore me this nth day of July, 1911.
W. I). Waii in, Notary Public
My commission rtpirrs Jan. 8 1914.
Correct Attest: J. J. Branaman, J. W. Iamlxrt, J. C. Coyle, Directors.
We have for sale l two-story building, store
room on first floor with five pood living rooms
atove, equipped with light, water, and toilet.
This is one of the best locations in Herea for
business. If you are looking for a business
place with living-rooms in connection we have
now in our hands for sale the best business
corner in Berea.
Call on or write
DEAN & HERNDON
3:30 p. m.
8:00 a. m.
1:30 p. m.
8:00 p. m.
Sunday connection for Boonesboro take No. 86 for Rich
mond, Boonesboro bus waiting.
THREE FURNISHED BEDROMS
for roomers only. Mr. Mollye
Parks, Chestnut street, near poat
office. TWO OR THREE FURNISHED
hOOMS for light housekeeping. Ap
ply Mrs. Mollye Parks, Chestnut
street, near Postoffice.
Good pine wood, 15 inches long
fcr sale. See or call by telephon
632 12. A. B. Strong. (3t)
FOR RENT Nicely fumithed rooms
for rent. Call on Mrs. Ijiura
Jones, Berea, Ky.
CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE Fin?
gladiolus at 20 rents per dozen. D.
J. I wis, Prospect street. 1
FOR SALE Nice cottage, gotid gar
den, barn and barn lot; ideal situ
ation; liberal terms after first pay
ment. Call on Mrs. Laura Jones
for particulars, phone 164, Berea.
WANTED Man with care to sell
best low-priced Cord Tire made,
f 100.00 per week and expenses.
Wolfe Tire Co., 1642 Canal, Benton
The Library hour for the summer
school are a follow:
7 to 11 a. m. each week day.
1:30 to 5:30 p. m. each week day.
0:30 to 8:80 p. m., Monday, Tues
day, Thursday and Friday.
2 to 5 p. m., Sunday, .'
F. H. Rldjway,
Leave herra 8 13 am.
1 nve Richmond 8.00 p.m.
W. F. KIDD
Kates for private room
with board and care
$1.50 I $3.57 per day
$10.50 I $25.00 per week
To lh People of Madison County and
to Whomsoever It May Concern:
I, the Rev. H. P. Chappell, cf
Welchburg, Ky., will be at the serv
ice of the public, to write order for
the Famous Stark Tree, Fruit that
Bear; 20th Century Fruit; largest
nurseries in the world, oldest in
America, Stark Bros.', Louisiana, Mo.
Please drop me card or write ma
your wants, at Berea, Ky. I will be
in this and adjoining counties for fall
a.'id spring deliveries, 1922, and
We also handle ornamentals,
shade and shrubs for landscaping.
Sketches made free.
Your very respectfully,
II. P. Ohappell
Letter Q of French Origin.
The name uf the letter g coin
from Hie F rench "queue," meaning 4
tall, a the letter I o with atalL