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Feptemhe 14, 1977
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Offirf In Berea ' Bank A Treat Co.
Office Phone 217 Rea. Phone 174
News of Berea and Vicinity,
Caisered from a Variety
I of Boarres.
W. B. WALDEN
Btrea National Bank Building
in all Coarta
Office hoar a. m, 1-4 p. sm.
Maim Street Bores, Ky.
Phoao Na, I
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
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
"Wlmt, you refuse to loan me
nt your Intimate friend, whom you
rice railed your alter egoT"
"Ah, my dear boy. I know myself
too well you would never return tba
Extravagant Bon Of course I keei
a running account at my tailor a.
Irate Father Running account? H
telle me It baa been standing to
No Long Dlatanco Appeals.
"Wife going to the seaahors tbli
"No, decided to atay at bomo when
tbe money supply la cloao at band.
The End of the Honeymoon.
"When does tbs honey moon endf
The firm time tba bride saka foi
something sad the busbaad replie
that lie can't afford If
The Economy Store
We are pleased with the welcome
and appreciation that has been shown
the Economy Stores. Wo assure you
that we are st all times endeavoring
to give you the best values, plus
It msy bs you have not used Lex
ington Maid Flour. Now is a fins
time to begin. It is getting1 cooler,
and you will like to bake mors. Hot
biscuits sre fins these cool mornings,
specially when made from Lexington
Maid Flour. It is a little better. Wo
atll it for $1.15 per sack; 8 sacks
for $9.00. Wo have a good flour for
W cents per sack; Zaring's Patent
$1.10 per sack; Mary Patent $1.10
per sack; Pioneer Patent $1.10 per
Come to The Economy Store
Ne. 1 NO. 2
CHESTNUT ST. SHORT ST.
Prof. John F. Smith left today fa
Kiankfort, Ky.. to join Mrs. Smith
i.nd the two little sons, who have j
been spending a few days with Trof. :
C. D. I-ewis and family. They ex-i
pect to return to Berea on Friday or
A brief word from Prof. J. M.
Guilliams in Chicago states that he
is having a pleasant time and expects
to return to Berea about September
J. M. Rector, of Morristown, Tenn.,
General Sales Manager for the Myers
Dry Goods Company, waa in Berea
during the first of the week visiting
W. B. Jones. This was his first visit
to Berea, and he said that it was the
most beautiful town that he had ever
Psul Edwsrds has returned to the
Louisville DenUI College, after sev
eral weeks vacation with his par
ents, Dean and Mrs. Edwsrds.
Mrs. R. E. Bartlett spent last week
f lcasantly in Ja.'kson county, visiting
about McKee and Gray Hawk. Sne
also attended the Jackson county
fair at Annville.
"Red" Robert Spence left Tuesday
with his Junior Livestock Judging1
Teams for the Kentucky State Fair
at Louisville. We are expecting
these boys to make a fine showing
in the judging contests.
Dr. snd Mrs. Cowley, who have
been spending some time in Ashe
ville, N. C, are leaving that place
for Berea and will arrive here about
September 16, if auto tires behsve in
telligently. Mr. snd Mrs. R. H. Howard, of New
York, who have been in Berea for
some time visiting Mr. Howard's
mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs.
Tarlton Combs, left Wednesday for
Irvine to spend a few days with bis
sister. Mr. Howsrd was for several
years a student in Berea College.
Dr. Donald Edwards is spending a
few days in Berea with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Edwaids.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop, of Csr
tersville, visited at the home of Felix
Pennington the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Woods, of
Wildie, were Berea visitors Tuesday.
W. M. Langford and family and
Mrs. Tip Langford visited at the
home of W. T. Lutes, Sunday.
Mose Anglin and son, Jim, of Dis
putants, were in Berea on business
Tiesday of this week.
Miss Ida Lewis, who has been in
the West for several years, is home
now with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. B. Lewis, on Forest street.
Miss Lillian Elkin began Tuesdsy
of this week working for Mrs. S. R.
Baker in her dry goods store.
Professo Williams, of the Black
Mountain School, a mining camp in
Harlan county, came to Berea to get
teachers for his school. Carol Ed
wsrds, Vergie Wynn and Miss Hor
ner went back with him and began
teaching last week.
Miss Audrey Hensley, of Manches
ter, is visiting home folks this week.
Dwight Bicknell, who has been in
Cleveland, O., the past year, is visit
ing his mother this week. Mr. Bick
nell leaves for Lexington, Ky., next
week to enter State University.
J. A. Oliver has moved in the home
on Chestnut street just opposite the
Dean Edwards returned Thursdav
from a two weeks vacation in Ohio.
He reports a fine time in Newark
and surrounding country.
Mrs. Bettie Pullins, of Conway, is
visiting at the home of A. T. Pullins
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
S. Strachan is very sick with penu
ntonia at this time.
Dave Parsons is working at ths
Depot in Jack Baufle's place. Mr.
Baufle goes to Richmond.
Mrs. Dooley Botkins, who has been
visiting with her mother, Mrs. S. E.
Welch, left Wednesday for her home
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Todd, of Brass-
field, visited over Sundsy with ths
The three little boys of Mr. an!
Mrs. N. U. Bond have been very sick
the past week, but are better at this
Loyd Begley and family have
moved in the home on Depot street
vacated by Sam Hollinsworth. Mr.
Hollinsworth goes to Mr. Begley's
former homo near ths fairground
another real estate deal.
Misa Lucy Ritacher ia ill in a san
itarium at Amhurst, Til. She will
not be able to take up her work as
Desn of Foundation Girls, at ths be
ginning of the Fall Term. Miss
Grace Wright will be acting matron
during Miss Ritscher's sbsence. I
The many friends of Mrs. B. W.
Hart are glad to know she is able to
r out riding, after such a long con
finement with rheumatism.
Sam Welch returned Tuesday from
Winona Ijke, Ind., where he has been
working this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Andy McCoy, who
are visiting at the home of Mrs. Mc
Coy's mother, Mrs. Mahan, on Estill
street, were made happy early Tues
day morning by the arrival of a little
girl weighing nine pounds. Her
nwnie is Elizsheth Anne.
Miss Jessie Smith and Mrs. Ches
ter Lewis are visiting, their sister,
Mrs. Jack Robertson, on Estill street.
Joe Eversole, who ia employed by
the Hazard Drug Co., ia spending his
vacation with hia parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Eversole.
Jack Baufle, who haa been em
ployed at the baggage office of the
LAN. here many years, has been
transferred to Richmond in the same
capacity, where he will work with his
firmer boss, W. H. Bower, who was
formerly agent here.
A. W. Estridge shipped a carload
of rattle the first of the week.
Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Spink were
shopping in Richmond Wednesdsy.
Mrs. Oscar Thacker is enjoying a
visit from her mother, Mrs. Esther
Baker, of Jackson City, this week.
Mrs. Eladice Paddock Morgan ar
rived in Berea Wednesday to visit
her aunt, Mrs. Frost, and other old
friends. Mrs. Morgan is the daugh
ter of Rev. Paddock, who was pastor
of the Union Church several years
ago, and later went to Weiser, Idaho,
where he established an Industrial
Sthool, which he is still conducting.
Lucian Lewis and family, of Berea,
O., were here a few days last week
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
P. B. Lewis. Lucian left Berea about
25 years ago and has been employed
in an iron foundry at Cleveland.
Among those from Berea attendi-f
the State Fair at Louisville thia week
are Edgar Moore, Dr. Bartlett, Jese
Baird and Benton Fielder.
R. II. Doe snd family motored to
Iuiisville Sunday where they will at
tend the State Fair this week.
Hiiro s - Sorrv, old chop, hut I am
locking for a Utile nnaiiHnl succor,
ti ir - You'll hae to hunt further.
I'm not the little nrmnrliil sucker I
nseil to he The Lawyer anil Hunker
WEST END AND VICINITY
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
W. Strachan is very ill with pneu
monia. J. H. Jackson spent the week-end
a, home with his family.
Mrs. Coffey and Mrs. Puff are visit.
i"g sick friends at Langford.
Mrs. Nan Lunsford and Mrs. Sarah
I.unt-ford attended church at Bear
James Chssteen has built a nsw
bem, and is making preparations far
building his house on his property
at West Union.
The Chasteen family met for their
reunion at the home of James Chas
teen in West End, Sunday.
D. C. Alcorn, of Drip Rock, visited
his sister, Mrs. E. D. Parsons laat
Miss Montie Davis and brother,
Jchn, entertained the young people
of West End at their joint birthday
party Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Jennie Robinson and children.
of Paint Lick, visited her sister, Mrs.
C. H. Todd, last week.
C. H. Todd is painting and ia near-
ing the finish of his beautiful new
Mr. and Mrs. Hal Parsons spent the
week-end with her sister, Mrs. Rat
eigh Davis, of Scaffold Cane.
Bounteous crops have compelled
Joe Parsons to add storage room to
Children and relatives of Mrs.Mar
tha Walker held a reunion at the old
home place in Middletown Saturday,
September the second. iA nice crowd
waa in attendance, a picnic dinner was
served on the ground, and all reported
that the afternoon had been enjoy
ably spent in the memory of her
whose name we all cherish.
A delightful moonlight picnic was
given by Mr. and Mrs. Rash and other
friends Friday evening, September
the ninth, in the maple grove of Mr.
Rash's home in honor of Miss Hattie
E. Walker, of Fisk. The picnic was
planned aa a surprise, but one of
Miss Walker's little friends, Master
Lcnzo, innocently told her, which
made it more enjoyable.
Miss Walker left Berea for (larks-
ville, Tenn- Sunday, where she has a
position as teacher of English in the
city high school.
Mrs. Margaurite Scudder was able
to be out to her church Sunday and
enjoy the services. Dinner wss ser
ver on the ground.
Mrs. Pearl Davison, of Cincinnati.
Ohio, is visiting relatives in Beret
Mrs. Amanda Reynolds and Mrs.
Mattie Mitchell snd daughter spent
Saturda and Sunday in Richmond.
The hay ride given by the boys
snd girls, of Berea, wss enjoyed
Miss Elizabeth Tevis is visiting
relativea in Cincinnati.
James H. Baker, of Winchester,
who haa been viaiting in Berea re
turned to hia home Monday.
FOR RENT Three furnished
rooms, with bsth and sleeping porch.
Heat, lights and water furnished. A.
Pruitte Smith. tf
FOR RENT Four-room house with
lights snd water. Call or see M. J.
Ccrrier. Boone St., Phone 10.
FOR SALE Two od fresh cows
and several good heifers. Apply at1
once to John G. Harrison, Center St.
Phone 139. tfj
FOR RENT Six-room cottage on
Forest street See D. G. Bales or
write P. B. Lewis, 29 Maxwell street,
Lexington, Ky. p!4
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 or unfurnished, for llgnl
housekeeping, on Chestnut street ;
See Mrs. Baker, near postofflce. tf
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE
Stove, beds, tables, chairs, sewing
machine, dishes, kitchen ware, etc.
61 Center St, Berea. 12p
Mrs. Florence C Richardson is
now ready to accept pupils in piano j
or organ at her h.ime, 61 Center
St., Berea. Phone 196. lip
LOST A black umbrella with
white rectangular handle having two
sides dark clouded and containing
white ring. Finder please leave it j
at 47 Center street and receive re-1
Extra quality. Marvelous seed
wheat, rec Waned, for 150 per bu. A.
11 Kidd, three and one-half miles
northwest of Berea, Ky., on Walnut
Meadow Pike. tt
LOST Coming from Preiident's
lawn to Boons Tavern, Saturday
night, a black moiso ribbon hand-bag
containing small purse with some
money and handkerchiefs. Finder
please return to desk of Boone Tavern
and receive reward.
FOR SALE A splendid baby
buggy, as good as new, at almost
half price. Tainted gray; with re
versible body; artillery wood wheels;
with windows in sides of top. Call
or see Walter White at 44 Jackson
street, Berea, Ky.
FOR SALE Cottage of 7 rooms
and bath, water, lights, garage, barn.
All rcvessary cutbuildings. Located
on Broadway between Depot and
Postoftce. Room 'or business bone
on this lot ar.d r good location foi
business. Purchaser may buy my
furniture if he so wishes, as I am
leaving the state. Priced to sell for
cash. W. B. HARRIS, (owner) 60
Brosdwsy, Berea, Ky. (No. 12)
Eight-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
lic school and about ten minutes
walk from Berea College. Conve
nient to postoflice, depot, bank and
C E. Campbell
W. F. KIDD
Rates (or private room
with board and care
$1.S0 Is $3.57 per day
I10.SO Is $25. $30 per week
through this entire section, maintained for many
years have placed at the command ol The Berea
National Bank experience and information which
enable it to render its friends service of unusual
scope and value.
And our membership in the FEDERAL RE
SERVE SYSTEM, the greatest banking associa
tion in the world, adds materially to our ability to
supply satisfactory service.
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 aa 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.
NEW STUDIO OPENS
Friday, September 15
We are now located in our new rooms
on Shoit Street. LOOK FOR Ol'R
During the first week we will give a
FREE picture with every order for a
Yours to please,
The Lewis Studio
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. 16th.
Tickets good for return to reach Berea before midnight Sept.
18th. For further or detailed information, apply to local
New 7 Room Bungalow
Largs cone rets basement, furnace beat, bath with hot and
cold water, fireplace, pantry, 8 closets, attic, good electric fix
tures, hardwood floors downstairs, except In kitchen,
Buy ia a good locality where propetry will steadily Increase
in value. Best valae for the asoaey in Berea. This Is a beau
tiful high location within town limits. Why not sell your old
home and buy this up-to-daU ons? pit
L K. CODDINGTON, Roanoke, Va.
or real estate agents in Berea