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It Pays to Paint
y There is nothing that adds to
to the selling value or the renting
value of a house like good paint
there is nothing that makes home
more homelike than good paint
It pays to paint The better
the paint the better it pays
THE SHERWIN WIWAMS PAINT
FOR PAINTINO BUILDINGS
OUTSIDE AriD NalDC
pays in the beginning because it goes
so farpays In the end because it
lasts so long and looks so well as
longas it lasts There is no paint
like it for beauty and durability for
economy and satisfaction
SER US FOR
are COLOR CARDS I
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Take Notice
Children Day will 4e observed at
the Baptist ChweB fcinday JHM u
l 6th
tbThe
The eenrleee wUI consist ot aoocs
niiit recttattona by the eUMrm 1t
Klnntng at t45 A ill These ex
riMn will tw followed by a brief
t < rmon to the children by tbs pMtor
All am cordially invited M attend
The Conversation Club meets this
wwk at Mr and Mrs Coyl s noise
The object fur dlsruulon lit The Pro
arms of thf Southern State The
laHt nnniker of tM Welds Work la
particularly helpful on this unbjent
ROT O S Non of Cincinnati
will preach for Dr ThMUon in the
Ililou Char < b next Aaeay moraine
at 11 oclock
Dr Taoaiiwm and Rv Mr Hudson
will oo4art revival services every
ntaat next week at Narrow nap
President Front will preach at Blue
Lick next iuuday evening
Kd a re of Oreenelwrr Indiana
pent Commencement week In Btrea
H L Baker and family of Tuiwola
III who alms last week to attend
iomm o MHent Bier to s and also tor
n few days visit with kU mother and
old friend have returned home Mr
Baker Is an old BMW student haY
ing attended school hats la the Ws
Albert Rkkttell has boee here for
the past few days visiting with Ms
mother and other friend
Aim Battle Baker accompanied by
li r in and also her Dlec Mrs Mac
lie Oat spent Sunday afternoon with
friction near Klnavton
For the convenience of borrowers of
till Berea Dank nnd Tract Company
the Directors have appointed a Loan
Committee which will neat Wedno
day and Saturday evening of caoli
week at tin odook to pass on all
applications for loans
Those who will need accommoda
tlons on qulok notice will h mire to
get tholr applications In not later than
two oclock on Wednesdays or Sat
urdays AppllcatioiM received after
two P M Wednesday evening can
not bo pawed on until the following
Saturday +
SaturdayBURBA
BURBA BANK AND TRUST CO
Houses and Gardens for Rent
Call on O D lltllidny nt the
Boron Bank and Trust Company
M y Hair is
Extra Long
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Feed your hair nourish It i
nlvc it something to live on
Then it will stop falling and
will grow long and heavy
Ayers Hair Vigor Is the only
11 hairfood you can buy For 1
60 years it has been doing
lust what we claim it will do
It will not disappoint you
ty haIr nd tit beery short lint alter I
n1ugAerheir rtaburttimellbegan
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to roe and bow It iS fourteen melee lone
Thfennu trndldrenltlomafterbelug
IniMt without ftnt1 lr l J H 1irxU
RanyhartiL7nDlriu
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MMto by J O Ajr r Co Lowell atu
Also m4nuteotur ri of
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inner pastor of the Dwm Cbttrck
to now prMtebhiK nt PMvrttitlMt It L
D4 sands incUBCi to HWM trlindi
from No lIT Newport ILVMM
Mr and lira Dory KAOT awl two
wall ehlldnft ot Tuiuola tUlnoto r
taracd IIOBM Monday titter a peeks
TMt with Mr Bakers mother Mn
flallle Baker
Mines Lillian AmbroM aDd liar
rtet Bylr are attending the Y W C
A Convention at Aafeerllle N C
Mr J P Blckaoll and T D Todd
art planning to start on a trip the
18th to Panhandle Texan and other
> l l of Interest In the west return
tug home thru the Inllan Territory
Mm Ann Hudton of Dreyfat Ky
pent fiaturdsy with her datifttt r
Mm Frank Hay
MlM KstelUt BlekMll has ratura
ed borne from an axtandad stay In
Hazel Green Ky
MlM Ittttti Lewis who spent a
few day at home dartnx Commence
ment week nu returned to Richmond
I Mr Paul DertMck who has been
teeing In Jackson county spent a
few day In Berea but week
Mrs B R Baker haa moved her
s from the old stead OR the oor
net Into the new stare
A number of young people are
I eaatpioc out on Robes Mountain this
week The party U made up of Mlw
ea Nora Durdette Kdlthn Spear
I Louisa Wolf Mess Rathburn Chas
I Bordette Carl Hunt Caleb Powers
Steward March and Albrrt Hopeou
Mr and Mrs A M OaafleM of
Lttelttlald Ohio are vtoltlng their
Mn and his family hers
Mite Praaoea Slmltz an old Bereo
mdmt who tm been tanefalng In
2tM Mlpp the peat year is visiting
old friends hero
Mr and 1I1r will N Haaeon of
WlnohMter 1Q win spend the sum
mer In Boron
Mr J i Cheatnut of noBkaastlo
loekoaatloeatnty
oouuty and Mies Lwda Owens of Wai
laeeum and Mr Arthur Rlddlo and
Dollle Moody boUi of Kingston were
united In marriage at the parsonage
of the DlMlplsa Chnrcn last week
weekW
MIa Mary Quillen of Heialoberp
Ky Is vlsltlBB Mr Floyd Kldd and
familyMr
Mr and Mrs Prank Amos from
Brasafleld wore vtsltlug relntlvea nnd
and friends here last week
Mr and Mrs Green Sliomoro both
former student of Boreo now of Ice
cliff Ky are vliltlntr Mr Cam Lowls
and family
E L nobln on L C iloWhorter
nnd Dory Baker wore In Richmond
I Saturday Mr Floyd Kldds father of Wallace
ton Is spending a few days hero with
himMiss
Miss Laura Sponce who has been
visiting Mrs Maggie Spence has re
turned to hor homo In Ionia ICy
Miss Bertha Robinson entertained
quite a number of young folks nt her
homo last Friday evening The tot
lowing people were present Misses
Matilda Cook Bottle Hardln Martha
Spurlock Mary Quillen Martha Rouse
and Messrs Ernest Bonder John Gay
Ulysess Burgess Tom Logsdon Urm
ston Lewis and Robert Moye
Miss Martha Rouse who has been
trimming hats for Mrs Coddington i
and Mrs Jones returned to her home I
in Cincinnati Monday
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Lottie Osborno came back to at
tend the Alumni Meeting utter two
years of teaching
Tho following officers of tho Al
umni were elected for the ensuing
three years Hon E F White pres
ident Mrs Jennie Lester Hill vice
president Ellis Seale treasurer and
secretary and Mrs MolUe Dodge
Miss Corwin nnd Ed Smith as board
of censors to arrange for tho next
reunion Increased interest Is felt
by the older members of the Alumni
In tho affairs of the Collegg and they
gave tholr support to administration
in tho solutions of tho problems now
before tho College
Mrs Charlotto Holbrook of Green
Hall Ky was one of the Commence
mont visitors and brought an unus
ually fine display of her weaving for
exhibition aV the Homospun Fair one
being n counterpanofwoven by a very
old colonial draft from cotton In Krfn
tuoky hand grown hand spun and
hand woven by a lady In Owsloy
county
Mm C A Creech of Maulden Ky
wan an exhibitor r > t the Homespun
Hair for the first time
The Wad exhibit from all of tho
southern states but two which was
promised for < r Hoiieepun fair did
not arrive in time owing to the ab
senor of Mr Wade In Couth Dakota
It win be sent later and a special ox
JilWt will be beld
Mr J Tboinpeo Bakerclans of
UN la slowly working back towards
Bereft He began his distinguished
educational career in Kansas and
J Tliominon linker
paeeed from there to Mtaeoari He now
I appears aa president of the Frank
Hughes Collet of Clifton Teen
froC II Mason ot CtoclanaU la
spending 1OtIM weeks In limes rest
tog He baa Jtttt reigned hta place
as Secretary of religious work with
aeeeptI
a position u aaalitant pastor ot the
Ninth Street Baptist Church of that
city
cityMr
Mr and Mrs Gamble start from
Berea Friday morning on their BUm
mer vacation They will first attend
the Student Conference at Daavllle
where Mr Gamble will have charge of
the mule
Mlsa Cora Marah will leave Berea
test week to spend her vacation at
her home In Wisconsin
The following people from Berea
vlll attend the Y M C A Students
I Conference at Danville Ky begin
ning Friday of next week Mr and
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Mrs Gamble Prof mine HlIi
Clark A M Row Alfred Meeee
Fred Rltter O R Combe1 Riley I
I Bogy II H Fellmy Chas Flanary
l1jInd
Tho following students have > been
oommtialoned bf the American Sun
day School union to do Sunday
otlJCentuok
Kentucky during the summer months
H II Follmy to Owsley county A
M ROM nnd Bverott lUrk Kuott
county Arthur Dalley and Simon
Kelley to Knott county Henry InI
RUeyiDoggs
Bogga to Clay county
Miss Raymond will leave Berea and I
attend Oberjln Commencement June
Junol11th
13th from there she will go to Ant
gala N Y whore silo will spend per i
vacation I
vacationFrancos
Francos Schultz who has been
teaching at Tougaloo Miss was here I
for Commencement and will spend the i
summer at Norwalk Ohio I
Miss Fonn of Wlnsted Conn has
been spending a week with Miss
Welsh nnd they will leave Thursday I
to visit Boston Washington and other
places of Interest In tho cast otherI
Mr and Mrs Rigby leave Thurs
day for Valparaiso Iud where lIr1
Rlgby will rest and study during the
thelJsumm
Among tho older members present
at the Alumni Meeting were Hon E
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F White of Indianapolis Ind Jo i
seph M Rogers Literary Editor of
the Philadelphia Penn Enquirer
Rev W E Barton pastor First
Congregational Church Oak Park
Ill Ed Smith Editor of the Panta
graph Richmond Ky E S Fee on
ly surviving son of John G Fee was
present as guest of the Alumni Asso
ABBOIclatlon
ciation Robert Fletcher of the In
ternal Revenue Service attended the
Altmml Reunion Wallace A Battle
president > c > C the Okolona Industrial
a
t
School Okolona gave the principal
address at the public meeting of the
Alumni Mr Battle Is doing a great
work among the colored people and
Is receiving tho hearty support of
the white people of Okolona He re
ports n year of hard work and large
results
Office Hour of College Treniurer
toritransnctl
transaction of business from 945 to
11 every morning except Sundays and
legal holidays Do not waste time
enquiring about him at other times I
Town llonnt Sleeting
The Berea Village Board met Tues
day night It ordered the payment
of claims for street repairs amount
Ing to 11775
C S Rogers presented a bond as
collector of taxes which was accept
ed Ho is to proceed at once with the
collection of the 1907 taxes
The marshal was directed to en
force tho law as to gates that open
across tho sidewalk also to see that
all premises in the corporation are
put Into sanitary condition
Pago three
Juno
Loxlngton Ky Juno 5The dlvl
slon of n 210000 estate among heirs
In half a dozen different states is In
volved in a suit brought hero It was
brought by George S Shanklin execu
I tor of the estate of Sirs Scotia Schen
oweth tho Hill Streot Methodist
church and tho trustcos the ML Horeb
Presbyterian church and its trustees
tho Lexington Cemetery company and
SL Josephs hospital of this city ask
ing the court to construo the will and
determine what the parties whose
names appear In tho petition arc anti
tled to TLe amount given to tho par
ties yarned Is 14S000 Tho estate Is
worth over 30000 The heirs reside
i in Kentucky Virginia Pennsylvania
North Carolina Tennessee and other
1 states
statesLEAVES
LEAVES MOUNTED MAN DEHJND
Old Soldier Runs Away From Police
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man and the Workhouse
LexlagtOB Ky Juno 7rQ escape
a worUumee sentenoa Frank Tatraan
an exConfederate soldier ran a race
with a mounted polloenwn and won
Tatman who la sixtyfire years old
returned tat night from the Richmond
Va Confederate reunion He had
been drinking and was aerated and
brought before Police Judge Riley
lie pleaded go hard for Jnafoj that
Judge Rllegfcimd him MJflKMM via
I a race frm the mottn wa 1TO Beni n h o
freer oationsn
could go free Tatman ran three Wocks
I with Ute officers bone fled won by
three feet He waa Iramedlatelr re
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hued Several hundred people saw
the race
raceHAD MUCH
HAD TOO MUCH JEWELRY
Two Walter Held As Susppols Be
cause They Had the Goods
New York Jane 8 Alleged stolen
Jewelry valued at thousands of dollars
was recovered by the poHea and two
waiters Costa Meras 30 years old
and Bmanuel Cardlkae 22 were ar
rested as suspects The poll fro say
that when arrested Maras had In his
poaseaalon a diamond studded Jewel
cane worth at leant 10000 In a room
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occupied by Cnrdlkes was found ao
oordlng to the police a costly gold
bound band bag and pawn tickets
representing articles of great value
The police believe tho goods were
stolen from hotels and restaurants
TRAIN RUINS INTO SWITCH
Two Railroad Employes Perhaps Fa
tally Hurt In Kentucky Wreck
Lexington Ky June 4A passenger
train from neattyvlllo Loo county to
Beattyvllle Junction on the Louisville
AtlanUc railway ran Into an open
switch at Beattyvllle striking four
box cars Three loaded freight cars
nnd ono and of the depot were domol
ished Carl Wheeler freight clerk
and Engineer Thomas Shaw wore per
haps fatally hurt
A Lynching Was Feared
Horidorson Ky June 5James
Troutman a negro aged twelve who
le alleged to havo attempted to crim
inally assault Bottle Wlllett aged
twelve a simplo minded girl at Mor
gnnfleld was brought here for safe
keeping and placed in Jail Thero was
some excitement at Morganfleld and
threats wore made to lynch tho negro
Ho will be kept In the Henderson Jail
until tho excitement has subsided
Night Riders at Work
IIon orson Ky June 8Sovern1
dozen tobacco beds near Jordan
Springs Ky wore scraped last night
The plants destroyed would have been
sufficient to set out several hundred
acres of tobacco The work Is sup
posed to have boon done by night
raiders A note was left on the
fenco of Henry Bard telling him that
j ho must join tho association within
I ten days or tako tho consequences
Army Worms Obstruct Traffic
Hlckmnn Ky Juno G Army worms
are so numerous between Campbell
Mo and Ncmocs Ark that traffic on
the St Louis Kenneth Southeastern
railway has been Interfered with
When the car wheels mash them tho
track is put in a worse condition than
If It had been thoroughly soaped
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When you see KANTBE
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Pockets braced inside collars
made right shoulders built up
properly and clothshrunk before
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The makers stand behind
every garment branded KANT
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We claim this clothing is su
perior to socalled tailor made
E are receiving a full line of SKREEMER SHOES for men
WE at 400 AMERICAN LADY SHOES for ladies at 300
and 350 SECURITY SHOES for boys and girls at prices
to please We invite you to visit us when thinking of that new pair
of Oxfords and see our line Yours respectfully
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Stitch together newspapers enough
to entirely cover the spring ot your
bed and If there are slats make a
second paper sheet to put under tho
springs It will keep out tho dust
and Is easily replaced
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and are nearly all ot them have one
trait In common They will give thou
sands without a moments hesitation
they will not bo fleeced a penny after r
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