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September 7, 1922
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
OSee ia Berea flank A Trass Ca.
Office Phoae JIT R. Phoae IT
Ph r No. 9
News ef kWra and Vklalty.
G Hatred fraa a Tsriety
W. B. WALDEN
Beita Nanrnal Bank Building
In all Count
Office hoara -12 a. , 1-4 a. sa.
Maia Street Bar. Kf.
Paoao Ne, S
Dr. J. C Gabbard
Office in Berea Bank & Trust j
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
8:00 .in. to 5.00 p.m.. Daily j
Phone 145 j
J. F. CLEMMER
Phone 83 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
Vinegar 5 Drink.
Little Janle, age three yean, at
tended her Aral birthday party, the
guest of Margery, aj:e five. Itefresh
ments were served. Including straw
berries, sugar, rreutn, cake and lem
onade. The lemonade followed the
aweeta. When tJie children reached
borne, Janie'a grandmother asked her
what they had to eat. She replied :
"Well, they had strawherrles and
aujrar an.1 cream and cuke to eat and
1nepar to drink."
The Economy Store
promoting the Economy Store policy
cutting out the expensive delivery
aervice by going to the itore to anop
PAY CASH YOU SAVE MONEY.
We will cell you today, P. A G.
White Naptha Soap, 6c per cake.
Fresh Corn Meal 25 lb sack, 50c.
Armour's family size Rolled Oata,
30c per package. It ia economy to
buy this aize.
We have that good Coffee you have
wanted for drip pot or percolator.
Pulverized Drip Barrington Hall, 60c
per Tit. Steel Cut Bakerized, 60c per
lb. Economy Blend Coffee. You
will find it haa the kick. It ia real
coffee, 35c per lb, 3 for 1.00.
One pound ran Calumet Baking
Powder, 30c, 2 cam 55c,
English Bacon the quality ia
fine 27c per lb.
Palm Olive Bath Tablet Soap, good
enough for 10c, our price 6c per cake.
We thank you for the liberal pat-,
ronage in the pait and hope we may
merit a liberal share in the future.
Come to the store. Visit with us.
Ne. 1 NO. 2
CHESTNUT ST. SHORT ST.
Mint Lizrie Hart is visiting this
week with her sister and brother-in-law.
Mr. and Mr. Jas. E. Hulett, on
Walnut Meadow Pike.
Progress Club will have its first
meeting this fall at the home of Mrs.
R. R. Coyle, Thursday, September 14,
Miss Dorothy Short and Stella
Bonar. of Cincinnati, were visiting
friends in Berea and stopping at the
Tavern over last Sunday and Mon
Miss Bemice Sorris has accented
the position of Assistant -Registrar
at N. C. College of Women at Greens
boro, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Noble have returned
t Berea, after few weeks in Chau
tauqua, N. Y.
D. Walter Morton, former secre
tary of Berea College, is now in Be
rea visiting old scenes and friends.
Mr. Morton is also interested in the
Crest Peach Orchard, located on the
Scaffold Cane pike and under the
management of F. O. Clark.
Dr. J. E. Anderson and family
visited friends in McKee, Ky., last
Mrs. Elizabeth Pauley and daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Rodgers, from Ver
sailles, visited Mrs. Ellen Strunk and
other friends in Berea this week.
Theodore Strunk, of Adams street,
has returned from a two weeks' va
cation with his uncle, George Gat
liff, of near Wildie.
Mrs. Laura Gabbard and her son,
Louie, have returned from a delight
ful visit with hef daughter, Mrs.
Charles Compton, of Wood, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Trosper left
last week for Milner, Ky., where they
will have charge during the nex
year of a tw.j-room school. Mr. and
Mm. Trosper were both students for:
a long time in Berea College and last
year Mr. Trosper taught in the
Foundation School. They leave many
Brack M. Bowman, cla- o 1P22,
is starting his medical education as
assistant in the Jewish Hospital, Cin
Last Sunday Miss Stella Bonar and
Dorothy Short, of Cincinnati, Heber
i Wilson and Bill Rossie drove to An
Iflin Falls and spent the day there.
The day was splendid and the falls
were beautiful after such a heavy
rain which increased the amount of
water going over the precipice.
R. O. Garden, recently a Berea
College student, will enter the Moody
Bible Institute in Chicago, October 1.
Miss Helen Paulison, who was ath
letic director for girls in Berea Col
lege last year, is here for a short
visit. She will be connected with a
college in Aberdeen, North Dakota,
the aext year.
Miss Secor and Miss Cahoon have
returned from a trip in Eastern Ken
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spence, Rob
ert, Jr., and Katherine Venable mo
tored to High Bridge Sunday. After
a boat ride on the Kentucky River,
they drove thru Nicholasville, Lex
ington and Booneshoro stopping at
Boonesbor for supper.
Mr. Henry Abney, of Adams
street gave a surprise party Sun
day in ihonor of her husband's
birthday. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Farmer, John Farmer,
Mr. and Mra. Tom Huff, Dr. and Mrs. j
Witt, Rev. Cunningham, Bro. Cannon,
Sophia Treadway and Quentin. All
reported a fine time and extra good
dinner and would be glad for birth
days like this to come often.
Tom, Misses Belle and Mattie Black
of Richmond and Mrs. D. W. Jackson,
of Berea, motored to Lexington last
Miss Geneva M. Jackson has re
turned home after a three weeks
visit with her sister, Mrs. R. C, San
gers at Vulley View and with friends
in and around Richmond.
Last Monday morning Miss Doro
thy Short, Miss Stella Bonar. both of
Cincinnati, Bill Rossie and Heber
Wilson were horseback riding in the
Big Hill country.
Mrs. D. W. Jackson is still taking
treatments at Richmond and ia very
It seems hard to. believe that the
stream of automobiles that are con
stantly flowing from the factories to
the users. A short time ago we men
tioned the fart that about 40 new
cars passed thru Berea during one
week, but this week more than
doubles that number. There have
been during the last week more than
100 new cars in transit thru Berea.
More than 40 passed in one day.
Ho, here goes 18 more.
WEST END AND VICINITY j
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lewis and Mr. j
and Mrs. Lucian Lewis, cf Cleveland,
visited S. C. Lewis, Tuesday.
Miss Mattie Lewis, cf Red Liok.j
has come to enter school. She will
make her home with Mr. and Mrs. S.I
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson and Mr.
and Mrs. Honaker, of Lexington, were
guets of Mrs. J. H. Jarkson last
Miss Geneva Jackson, who has been
visiting at Valley View, has returned
Rev. R. L. Ambrose has been enjoy-(
ing a visit from his grandchildren, j
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bullen, of Wildie.
were here Sunday.
Mrs. James McGuire, of Beattv
ville, is here to make arrangementa
for putting her son in school, and is
also olannine to move to Berea.
Mr. Gardner is at home for a few;
days while his wife is recovering from
a minor operation.
Mr. and Mrs. James Wagers made
a trip to Irvine last week to see her
father who is ill.
Mrs. Botkins and children, of Lex
ington, are visiting here.
Mrs. D. F. Parsons and Mr. am"
Mrs. Joe Parsons visited Mrs. James
Fowler, of Mayde. last Sunday.
West Union Sunday-school plans
to have speakers on SunoSy after
noons after Sunday-school. The
speaker for next Sunday ia H. E.
Mr. and Mr. Virgil Cook have
moved to the house in West End va
cated by Mr. and Mn. Ritter.
Mrs. France Hay was given a
very harry surprise on Tuesday, Sep
tember Mh, it being her birthday.
All of her rhildren living in Berea or
near rsme in on her unexpectedly at
shout the noon hour, bringing the
dinner with them. There probably
are few families thai enjoy these
get-together occasions more than the
Hay family, and this proved to be
one of those delightful times that
an never be forrotten. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Ellin Mitchell, Mr.
and Mr. Rufis Coyle. Mr. and Mrs.
Colonel Baker and children. Mr. ard
Mrs. Farl Hays, Mr. and Mrs. Her
bet Hays, and, of course, the father,
Frank Hays, who had entered Into
the plot to have it a complete sur
prise and shared equally with Mrs.
Hays the joy of having so many of
the family at home again.
fJeorge. ileiir I've woliiethltig I wsflt
to talk to you iitomf "
m cisd of trial, nsrim .
v., ii wart to talk to nie about.
. .-thing you haen't got." Wind-
tor MsgHrlne. j
FOR RENT One four-room house,
modern conveniences. A. Pruitte
FOR RENT Three furnished
rooms, with bath and sleeping porch.
Heat, lights and water furnished. A.
Pruitte Smith. tf
BEREA GRADED SCHOOL
opens Monday, Sept. 11, 1922. It is
earnestly hoped that all patrons will
be ready to make use of even the
We are preparing for and expect-j
ir.g a great success; and in view of
that fact. Prof. Bowman, the prin-1
cipal, desires that each and every pa-j
tron, together with all others whoj
are interested, meet him in the'
Graded School chapel. Saturday. Sept. !
9. at 3:30 p. m., for the discussion of j
such matters as pertain to our mu
Very respectfully. j
W. G. Best. '
FOR SALE Two good fresh cows
and several good heifers. Apply at
once to John G. Harrison, Center St. i
Phone 139. tf,
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT
Two front second story rooms
completely furnished with heat, light
and water. Mrs. H. L. James, Chest
FOR RENT Four-room cottage,
furnished cr unfurnished, for llgntv
housekeeping, on Chestnut street ! i
See Mrs. Baker, near postoffice. . tf
SPLENDID MESSAGE AT THE
Rev. S. J. Cannon, of Louisville,'
and formerly pastor of the Third
Avenue Baptist Church in that city.;
is bringing a series of important
messages this week to large crowds
at the Berea Baptist Church. Mr.
Cannon's subjects are well chosen,
and he handles them in a fine way.
There have been already eight addi
tions to the church this week.
The church extends an invitation
to every one to com cut each eve
ring and enjoy the addresses.
Ext-a quality. Marvelous seed
wheat, recleaned. for 150 per bu. A.
H Kidd, three and one-half miles;
northwest cf Berea, Ky., on Walnut
Meadow Pike. tt
POLICE COt'RT PROCEEDINGS
Oscar Martin, gambling, $20 and
J. L. Pollard, gambling, $20 and
Joe Spink, drinking and disorder
ly conduct, $10 and cost.
S. R. Seal, intoxicated, $10 and
Dewey Hagin, intoxicated, $100 and
cost. Hagin remained in jail ten
days, balance suspended under good
John F. Dean, failure to comply
with sanitary ordinance. $10 and cost
LOST Coming from President's
lawn to Boone Tavrn, Saturjiy
night, a black noise ribbon hand-bag
containing small purse with some
money and handkerchiefs. Finder
please return to desk of Boone Tavern
and receive reward. I
FOR SALE A splendid baby
buggy, as good as new, at almost
half price. Painted gray; with re
versible body; artillery wood wheels;
with window in sides of top. Call
or see Walter White at 44 Jackson
street, Berea, Ky.
Miss Alice Reid, of Cincinnati, is
visiting relatives and friends in Beres
A successful picnic was held at the
Berea fair grounds Monday, Septem
ber 4th, by the colored boys of Berea.
Prizes were given away and every
body enjoyed the day.
Mrs. Lizzie Walker's daughter, of
Lexington, is in Berea this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Rose Walker enter
tained her children and grandchildren
at her residence Sunday evening.
James H. Baker, of Winchester, is
visiting in Berea this week.
John L. Miller and Miller Maupin,
of Richmond, Ky., were the guests of
Miss Glendon Reynolds Sunday after
noon. A number of Berea folks attended
the association at Shallow Ford last
week. Interesting talks were given
by the delegates in Sunday-school,
Prof. H. A. Laine, county agent,
gave a short talk after Sunday-school,
Sunday, concerning the agriculture
fair and will speak at the church
Thursday night. Everybody come out
and hear what he has to aay.
Gilbert Dudley is at home this
Miss Elizabeth Tevis Ts visiting her
mother in Cincinnati, O., this week
Walter Peavley, of Flat Lick, re
turned to his home Saturday.
FOR SALE Cottage of 7 room
and bath, water, lights, garage, barn.
All r.eary c utbuildings. Located
on Broadway between Depot and
Postoffice. Roo-n 'or business boie
on this lot ar.d good location fw !
business. Purchaser may buy my
furniture if he so wishes, as I
leaving the state. Priced to sell for
cash. W. B. HARRIS, (owner) 60
Broadway, Berea, Ky. (No. 12l
Eii'ht-room house in good condi
tion. Has water and electric lights.
On good residence street and has
large yard, garden, chicken pen and
house, good barn and also has sev
eral bearing fruit trees. Near pub- j
lie school and about ten minutes '
walk from Berea College. Conve
nient to .postoffice, depot, bank and !
C. E. Campbell
W. F. KIDD
A man's soul is his most priceless
possession, and about the only thing
that some people ever give away.
Rates for private room
with board and care
$1.50 le $3.57 per aay
$10.50 la $25.00 aer week
represent your labor, your thought and effort
and planning. You want them as safe as is
Deposited in this bank, they will enjoy the
protection not only of capital and surplus of
$75,000 but of our membership m the FEDERAL
RESERVE SYSTEM, with its resources of more
than FIVE BILLION DOLLARS.
We pay 47c compounded twice a year.
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 at 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 wliat you pay."
First class work for those who care.
About 90 Acres Good Farm Land
We, as administrators of the estate f Hannah
Shockley. deceased, will sell at public sale to the highest
and best bidder, on
Wednesday, September 13, 1922
I It M .'cbra a. m.
the lands known as the Hannah Shockley lands, lying
on the waters of the Walnut Meadow Creek, three and
a half miles west of Berea, on the Walnut Meadow Pike.
This land will be sold in two tracts, and then as a whole, as followa:
TRACT NO. 1. Containing about 46 acres, mostly bottom land,
and having on it the home dwelling of seven rooms, the barn and
outbuildings, A good everlasting well at bouse, also watered by
spring, pond and creek; two acre orchard sowed to alfalfa; 11
acres sowed to clover; 6 acres in bluegrsss; balance in cultivation.
TRACT NO. 2. Containing about 43 acres land, all in blue
grass, and has a three-room tenant house. Watered by Walnut
MeM-'ow Creek on north and west.
Anyone desiring further information or wishing to look over
land can see C. O. Shockley near farm or S. M. Robinson at Rich
Liberal terms will be made known on day of sale.
S. M. ROBINSON, C. O. SHOCKLEY, Administrators
JFSSE COBB, Auctioneer
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
Announces Reduced Round Trip
BEREA TO LOUISVILLE
KENTUCKY STATE FAIR
Tickets on sale Sept. 10 to 15 inclusive, and for trains sched
uled to arrived in Louisville before noon Sept. Kith.
Tickets good for return to reach Berea before midnight Sept.
18th. For further or detailed information, apply to local
New 7 Room Bungalow
Large concrete basement, furnace heat, bath with hot and
cold water, fireplace, pantry, S closets, attic, good electric fix
tures, hardwood floors downstairs, except in kitchen.
Buy in a good locality where propetry will steadily increase
in value. Best value for the asoney in' Berea. This ia a beau
tiful high location within town limits. Why not sell your old
home and buy this up-to-date one? pll
L. K. CODD1NGTON, Roanoke. Vtv
or real estate agents in Berea