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October M, IMS
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
OfJee la Brnt Bank a Trust O.
Ofl Phone S17 Res. Phase 174
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
ATTO R N E Y-AT- LAW
' Berea National Bank Building.
tn all Coam
Ofice hoars $-12 a. mn 1-4 p. m.
Mala 8trM4 Berea, Ky,
Pheao Ne. S
Dr. J. C. Gabbard
Office In Berea Bank & Trust
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 pun., Daily
F. L. MOORE'S
Fnt Claea Repairing
Pin Lino of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
HE WAS wise
Hat Darling. I wouldn't swap yea
tar any tan oth.r wlvoa.
Sha: Oh, George.
Ha: No, air! Living's too high
1. harms of a classic as..
Oh. why shogld w. their dttdi racaDT
wa rtu upon tn. sporting pas.
Of llva ohm who caa hit th. baJL
Diacouraglng a Helpful Spirit.
"I dont understand that new worn-
am next door," remarked Mrs. Gadder.
"What's the troublef'
"She on lis herself a seeker after the
truth. ro told her everything I
know aboat the people around here.
Sot she doesn't seem to be the least
"Then you wouldn't let bin pro
poser "Not last night"
"Wi were at a bridge."
"Hasn't ha won you J"
"Tea, but I didn't want It said that
he won me at a bridge party."
Face to Face
Wa ara always glad whan wa sail
you dependable merchandise carry
ing a reasonable price and you leave
our store pleased. That's why ws
want to meet you face to face. If
you are not satisfied, tell us. Ws
will gladly replace the goods or re
fund your money. Make this your
store be at home with us.
Wo are telling, while stock lasts,
Chum, 1 IB, tall salmon, 18c, t cans
Queen Flour, 24 lb sack, 90c, 4
sacks for 13.60. Barton' A No. 1
none bettor buy a sack for $L10, 4
A line of coffee la the whole bean.
It is bard to beat. You will My so;
20c, 26c, 80c, 85c. Wo grind It
Meal 60c per sack.
Plenty of P. at G. Soap, White
Naptha, 6c per cake.
Lota of sew goods arriving daily
in fact, we have a variety store, aad
R. R. HARRIS
News of Own aad VkleJty,
Gathered fram a Variety
Mm. Mattie VanWinkle left last
Wednesday for Cincinnati to visit her
daughter, Mrs. Walter Wyatt
F.neJt Gabhard, who is employed
by the L. A N. Railroad, spent th
week-end with home folks.
Rev. Cunningham has accepted the
pastorate of Mt. Tabor Baptist
church, near Taint Lick, and will
move his family next week.
The popularity social given Mon
day niftht in the Graded School build
ing was a decided success and our
young folks are looking forward to
next Monday night to continue "the
fun just begun."
Mrs. Chester Parks is 01 with t
Floyd Begley was in town Monday,
Clarence McKinney is visiting; borne
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hart are en
joying a two weeks' stay in the coun
try at the home of Mr. Chesnut
Mrs. Alice Moore spent the last
week with her mother, Mrs. Lou Gab
bard, near Wallaceton.
Miss Allafair Slasher, of London, is
visiting her uncle, J. A. Miracle, of
Warren Strachan is in KnoxvDIe
this week on business.
L T. Oliver, of Nashville, Tenn.,
spent Saturday and Sunday in Berea.
Joe Johnson returned last night
from Cincinnati, where ha has been
with his wife since October 15. Mrs.
Johnson is in a hospital there taking
radium treatment for cancer and is
reported to be doing very well.
Ned Bowman, who has been quite
sick with typhoid for more than a
week, is thought to be improving.
Mrs. Earl F. Zeigler, wife of th
pastor of the Union church, has been
sick since their arrival in Berea last
week, but is better now.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter White re
turned last Friday from Michigan,
where they have been for about two
weeks visiting Mrs. White's relative.
Marshall Vaughn went to Heidle
burg Monday to address a meeting
in the interest of the Eastern Ken
tucky Achievement Campaign.
AMBULANCE PICTURE SHOW
This is just a reminder to the stu
dents and townspepole that the pic
ture show for the upkeep of the Stu
dent and Community Ambulance oc
curs Wednesday evening, November
1. Please do not forget the date.
The picture, "Iti the Old Nest" Price
The regular services of the church
will be held ss usual on Sunday and
The pastor, Rev. Earl F. Zeigler,
will preach both morning and night
on Sunday and lead the prayer meet'
The annual meeting of the church
occurs Thursday night, October 26,
and a full attendance of members is
A delightful occasion of the past
week was a house party given by
Dean and Mrs. F. O. Clark at their
home on Jackson street, Tuesday
evening from 7:30 to 10:00, in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Houk, who
expect to move to Nicholasville soon.
Mr. Houk intends to enter the Uni
versity of Lexington in January next
The party was replete with a vari
ety of games, and at the close of the
evening the hostess served apples,
sandwiches and cocoa. Those pres
ent besides Desn and Mrs. Clark anl
Marjory Belle were Mr. and Mn.
Eugene Houk, Professor and Mrs.
Wm. J. Baird, Mr. and Mrs. Bascom
Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rein
hardt, Fleming Griffith, Professor and
Mrs. H. H. Groves, Benton Fielder,
and Mr. and Mrs. C O. Bowman.
WHY SPEND MONEY
For New Clothes
when Everybody's Press
Shop can keep the old
ones looking new.
Rkaardsea Block, Skort Street
LOOK F0I THE SICK
WEST END AND VICINITY
J. C. Lutes of Nicholaavllle is visit
Ing his brother, W. T. Lutes.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swinford of
Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. R, A.
Swinford of Disputants visited Frank
Swinford last week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright of Joliet
ville, Ind., are visiting her mother,
Mrs. Wm. Swinford is spending tb
week with her sister, Mrs. James
Fowler, who hss been ill.
J. B. Pitts moved to the Riley farm
the first of the week.
Miss Maud Geer, of the Foundation
Department, spent the week-end with
Miss Edith Bowling.
Mr. and Mrs. Tilman Coffey were
called to Lane-ford last week by the
death of their grandson, Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Lamb have
returned from a visit m Jackson
Rector Coffey of Dayton, 0., visited
his father, Tilman Coffey, the first
of the week.
Mrs. J. R. Jackson gave a quilting
one day last week.
Mrs. Dave Williams was very ill
the first of the week.
Bennie Titus and Hiram Mann of
Madisonville, O., were In Berea last
week visitirg relatives and friends.
Mrs. R. B. Doe has purchased an
Overland car from Raymond Walker.
Miss Mattie White, Edith Walker,
and Glendon Reynolds made a busi
ness trip to Richmond, Ky., Thur
A successful revival is being carried
on at Farriatown by Rev. H. C Baker,
Fred Ballard has returned from
Cincinnati, O., where he has been at
Many hearts are aad from the death
of Clark Miller, a well known eititen
of Berea. He Is gone, hot not for
gotten. He was converted before his
death. He will be greatly missed by
all who knew him.
Louis Titus is visiting in Madison
ville, O., this week.
William Yates of Richmond, Ky.,
was in Berea last week.
Mrs. Charlie Easleys daughter
from Jeffersonville, Ind., was in Be
rea last week.
Mrs. Charlie Easley and daughte.
are visiting relatives in Lancaster,
Ky., Oris week.
Berea, Bobtown and Farrlstown
colored schools gave an entertain
ment in the new Union Church under
the direction of Miss Henrietta
Childs. H. E. Taylor delighted us
with the pisno. A large crowd at
tended, both colored and white. Mr.
Taylor played several beautiful se
lections on the organ, which the en
tSre crowd enjoyed, and we wish to
thank him for the service he gave.
I will sell privately my farms of
325 acres three miles north of Rich
mond, Ky., in old bluegrass. Lots of
bottom land and lots of new tobacco
land in three tracts, 125 acres, 72
seres, 1264 acres. Clear of all In
eumbrance. Warranty title. Lately
surveyed. Liberal terms.- Price
right Come quick. They must
sell. A. J. BOSWELL, Richmond,
The Economy Store
This is fine weather for you to
bake your own bread and cakes, but
it takes good flour as well as a good
cook to make the old man smile. He
will, if you use Lexington Cream
Flour. Just received a supply, which
will be sold for $1.15 per bag.
Swifts' Silver Leaf Lard, S R
bucket, $1.00; 10 lb bucket, $1.80.
Sugar is still 8c per lb, but we will
sell 13 lbs for $1.00.
We handle salt, mill feed and
scratch feed, fresh vegetables, fruits,
cakea and candies at all times. If
you can't come, telephone 172.
THE ECONOMY STORE
Harold TerrilL Mgr.
Phone 172 8hort Street
Rates for private room
with board and care
$1.50 to $3.57 per ij
f 10.SO to $2109 per week
J. W. Haradoe)
DEAN HERN DON
Dealers la Real Estate
"The frost is on the pumpkin
And the fodder's In the shock."
The apples in the orchard
Are hard as any rock.
Berea's school has opened.
And 'tis a sight to see
The students that are coming
From the mountains to the sea
The "nle folks" sre coming, too,
And, taken as a rule,
They want to buy a little home
And put the "kids" in school.
Now we have surely got 'em,
Just any kind you need,
From the modest little cottage
To the best you ever "seed."
We've got the forty-acre farm.
Some less, and some hsve more;
We've got 'em for to suit the rich
Or for to suit the "pore."
We have some homes right up In
And some around the border;
If they do not suit your mind,
Well build you one to order.
Prices higher thsn they used to be,
But they are still too low.
Bettr come and buy one now
Before we let 'em go.
We make the terms to suit you all
As easy as can he;
So if you want to buy a home.
We are the men to see.
John Drsn's still cashier at The
Youll always find him there.
Herndon keeps up bis ramblin' round.
Just catch him anywhere.
A nice dairy farm within three
miles of Berea on good road. This
farm contains about seventy acres of
land with good two-story house, sit
rooms, good barn, crib, and seven I
chicken houses, good orchard, well at
the door. Seven dairy cows, .mostly
Jersey, three head of horses, 4 brood
sows with pigs; all fanning tools,
consisting of plows, harrows, culti
vators, wsgon and harness, good
buggy, all for less money than the
land itself is worth.
This is a walk-out proposition.
Our option on this place holds good
for the month of October. We con
sider this the greatest bargain in
real estate that we have ever offered
to the public. A man can take th s
farm and go to making a living at
It is also thoroly equipped for pout
This farm is priced right and the
terms are eaay.
Don't write, but come at once and
see it, as it will most certainly sell
If you contemplate coming to Be
rea, this is your opportunity. Priced
Dean A Herndon,
Reel Estate Agents,
The charge for ads. In this column
is one cent per word, payable in ad
vance. Minimum charge for first m
scrtion, 25 cents.
ROOMS FOR RENT 4 good room
In the West End. Frank Taylor.
FOR RENT Three nicely furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping, cor
ner Chestnut and Parkway. For
particulars call on Mrs. Laura Jones.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; also two fur
nished rooms in separate building.
Apply Mrs. Iby Baker, near the post-
To Whom It Msy Concern:
All persons hsving claims against
the estate of Sallie A. Baker, deceas
ed, sre hereby notified to present
same, properly verified, to the under
signed st the Berea National Bank,
Berea. Ky., on or before December
John L Gay, Executor
Mrs. Laura Jones has on sale this
John F. Deaa
week sailors, all kinds, from $2-60 to
$10. Fifty children hats from $1 to
$5 each. AU patterns reduced to
coat A big shipment of new hats in.
Now ia the best time of the season
to buy. Our sale is still going on.
We alas to please you with the best
hat ever bought for the money.
MRS. LAURA JONES
is as valuable as any you may acquire,
more valuable even than the money yoo
The Berea National Bank, (or many
years the friend and ally of working
people, will help you cultivate this habit
And, at the same time, the federal super
vision under which we operate as a mem
ber of the Federal Reserve System, pro
vides additional protection for your funds.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
Gay, Kidd and Scruggs
Dealers in Real Estate
We Trade Lots of Land for Bits of Money
That house no matter how
small or spacious we will sell
it for you if you want it sold.
If you contemplate buying or
selling property it will pay you
to see us.
Office, Corner Main and Center Streets, Berea, Ky
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 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.
Make Yourself Comfortable
The Lewis Studio
Short Street Berea, Ky.
WE DO KODAK FINISHING
that we want to do your shoe repairing. With oar
years of espcrience coupled with our up-to-date equip
ment we can give the public the best service. We also
make harness and sell factory harness.
Rivers & Hubbard
In the new brick building on Short Street Berea, Kentucky
That's all we ask of
the men we photo
graph. And just
think how happy it
would make the
whole family to be
surprised with a
Sc. Berea, Ky.