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October 34, 1913,
NEWS OF BEREA AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A
' CITT PIIONK IBS
Office over Berea Bank & Trust Co.
DAN H. BRECK
Fire. Life. Accident, and Live Stock
Will sign your bond.
Phone 505 Richmond, Ky.
North Bound, Local
Knoxvlllo 7:00 a. in. 10:55 p. in.
BEItEA 1:07 p. m 3:52 a. m.
Cincinnati 6:30 p. m. 7:40 a.m.
South Dound, Local
Cincinnati 6:30 a. m. 8:15 p. ni.
IlEItEA 12:34 p. ni. 12:33 a. Hi.
Knoxvlllo 7:00 p. m. 5:60 a. ia.
No. 32 will stop at Berea to take
on passengers for Dayton, O., Wch
mond, Ind., Indianapolis, Ind., Colum
bus, O., and points beyond.
Cincinnati 8:00 a. m.
BEREA 11:65 a. m.
No. 33 will stop to tako on pas
sengers for Atlanta and points bo
ond. North Bound
BEREA 4:46 p. m.
Cincinnati 1:37 p. m.
Secretary Morton was In Richmond
It looks llko everybody trades at
Miss Dora Ely who teaches nt Pey
tontown was nt home, Saturday and
You can get anything you want at
Welch's Department Stores. Advt.
The 'Misses McWhortcr entertained
a number of their friends at their
homo on Prospect St., Snturday even
Tho members of tho Masonic Lodge,
together with those of tho Rebecca
Lodge, met in tho Masonic Hall, Sat
urday, and enjoyed a fine supper to-
"Aladdin" Is tho namo of tho most
excellent Patent Flour sold In Berea.
Only at Ilolllday's, at 75 cents per
sack, along with all their other good
things to cat. (adv.)
Mr. Unnston II. Lewis left last Snt
urday for niasco, Kansas, whero ho
will bo employed as a druggist.
Don't forget Nov 1st. at WelclfJ.
'Mr. Kldd Richardson wns In town
at tho first of tho week.
"There's a dlffcrenco" then te
suro and "Save It" by going to
Dr. James King of London was In
town last week visiting at tho home
of his nunt, Mrs. Scrllda King.
Two houses and lots for sal 3.
Houses now, well finished. PrlcM
right. Apply to J. W. Hosktus, Berea,
Tho Misses Mary Catherine and
Julia White from Richmond visited
their cousin, Mrs. J. W. Stephens on ,
bo getting nlong as well ns could
Miss M, M. Rogers of Boston,
Mass., camo to Berea last week as
lead Nurso at tho College Hospital.
Miss Kathcrlno J. Ogllvle of Cosh
octon, O., who has been temporary
head nurso nt tho hospital for tho
last few weeks, left for Iniilavlltc
Mr. Richard Randal of Pulaski
County, graduate of tho Normal class
of 1911, Is spending a tow days
among Berea friends this week.
'Miss Bowersox, Dean of Women,
gavo a very forceful and Interesting
lecturo to tho young men at tho Y.
M. C. A. last Sunday evening nt
6:30. The subject of the lecture wns
Miss francos Smith, tho traveling
secretary of tho Young Women's
Christian Association for Kentucky
nnd Tennessee, Bpent from Wednesday
until Saturday In Berea, looking over
tho work of tho Association hero. She
gavo many helpful suggestions for
Sho gavo n very Interesting talk
to all tho young women of tho school
at tho Chapel hour last Thursday
morning, and also spoke to tho up
per grado students In their Report
meeting, Friday morning.
Tho subject of Dr. Rnlne's ser
mon, Sunday night, In tho lower
Gliapel was "Salvntlon." Dr. Roberts
preached In tho upper Chapel tin
Mr. Claudo Anderson who has been
cmplyed in tho South for some
tlmo by tho V. S. Department of Agrl
culture returned to Berea last week
and entered cchool.
I . .
of tho bonds Issued, nils Mini I uo
set aside each year and put on in
terest for tho purposo of creating a
sinking fund to pay tho fnco of tho
bonds In twenty years.
J. L. Gny, Mayor.
Wm, Gllmoro Best, Clerk.
The Y, M, C. A. sent out Its first
deputation or uuenMon team on Sat
urday, Oct. 12th, when Dwlglit W'lliet,
Jcbso Bulrd Mid Henry Lkhtwardt
went to Wlldle. Sunday morning Mr.
Wlllett preached, nnd Mr. Llchtwardt
spoko on Sunday School work. In tho
afternoon Mr, Ualrd lectured on Agri
culture. A second team expects to
go to Scafold Cane, Saturday next,
to hold several services.
Just to glvo an Idea of bow tho Y,
M. C. A. men are helping In tho sur
rounding communities, Inst Sunday
two men went to Whites Stntlon,
two to Narrow Gap, threo to Silver,
Creek, cue to Bluo Lick, ono to Rich
mond nnd two to Harts Settlement.
Sunday Schools were conducted, tnlks
made, nnd Birnions preached nt tlicwo
There aro now ten men of tlio As
sociation glvln thelr'tlme to tho new
Boy Scout work In Ilemt. With the
cooiwrntlon of tho town people some
thing worth wii'lo Hhoulil result. Tlii
boys aro to moot this week on Sat
urday, Oct. 20, on Lincoln field for I
drill In marching and signaling. Dr.
Crnlg, tho Scout Commissioner, und
tho Y. M C. A. men are doing their
best to nnko the movement n Mie
cess .vi 1 .ho cot p rntlou of parents
Is needed in this work which U
backed by tho loading men of the
Chestnut's Wholo Wheat Flour
Have you tried It? It fills a long felt want. It is made from choice
selected grain only. Whether in bread, gems or cereal, it is one
of natures most wholesome and nourishing foods. For your health's
sake you ought to use it. At Palace Meat Market 'and Grocery.
FALL LYCEUM COURSE
Opens FRIDAY, OCTOBER as with the great reader
E L I A S DAY
"Tin Liiuj'limg Number"
Two other splendid numbers will come later, making, in alt
THE BEST COURSE EVER GIVEN IN BEREA
The later attractions are:
THE ORPHEAN QUARTET, Nov. 7
Vocal quartet, Horn quartet, Variety music, Readings.
NEWELL DWICHT HILLIS, Doc. 11.
One of the greatest lecturers in America today.
NO ONE IN BEREA CAN AFFORD TO MISS IT
Season Tickets Only" 50 cents.
On sale at Welche's, The Ilere.i Drug Store, and the Co-op Sfbre.
New Pastor to Preach
Look for tho now prlco list of "eyj
oneners." from Welch's Advt.
Mr t on llivpa rotiirmttl In Ills hnino r)mattitit ftrH.t Snndnv.
In Fredericksburg, Ind., Sunday, after , u always pays to keep your eyes
spending several weens wiui mauveu t,owniu weicns. yuu.
Mr. Tom Terry of JacKson, iy..
was visiting iu town for a few das
in Berea and Big Hill.
Keep your eyes open for Nov. 1st
at Welch's. (adv.)
What They Are Doing
The following list of names of I
former Berea students will serve to
show something of the character of 1
tho work now being engaged :n
Hon.. Kd Hogg, Booncvllle, Ky. J
State Senntor, former Berea student.
C. E. Torrey, County Supt. of Ihs
County. Beattyville, Ky., former ller'a'
Anti-Saloon League Sunday
Next Sunday ' tho causo of tho
Autl-Saloon League will be present
ed In Berea by Hev. Norman A. Pal
mer, tho state Secretary'.
Mr. rainier will speak at the l'n
lon church lit 11 a. in. and nt united
Chapel at 7:30 p. m. Ho will present
matters of Interest to all citizens 1 expects to make Breea bis homo tills
of Kentucky. Bo sure to hear him. year.
The M. H. Church tho pulpit t.f
t which tho former pastor, Itev. V. T.
Willis bns boon filling ns a supply
since Conference, the Bishop fulling
j to secure a ixutor nt.thnt time, bus
! now secured a i:ir In the pertain
of the Itev. O. C. Huns of Ml. Vern
'Mr. Hons will preach his flrxt r
mnn In tho Church, Sunday night,
nt 7:00 o'clock.
Tho public Is cordially Invited.
Tho Kev. Willis naked for the
suH'raiiiiuate relation nt tho Confer
ence nnd his rotjuett was granted, lie
Republican sinking Is announced
for the Mowing times nml places:
Big Hill, Friday evening, 1 p. m.
llobtown, Krldny night. Oct. Sith.
Kdi'iiton, Saturday evening, l p.
m.. Oct. 2Hth.
Itomid Hill, Saturday iilglit, Oft.
Ml. NVfjo. .Monday night, Oct. 2Sth.
Baldwin, Monday nlKlit. Oct. SStb.
Uuthton, Colored School House,
Monday night, Oct. 2Mb.
Dreyfus, Thursday night, Oct. Slat.
Rereu, Saturday owning, 1 p. in.,
Iticlimoml Court House, Monday,
I ourt Day, Nov. t.
It STARTS at WELCH'S Nov. 1st
'Mrs. Peckham and little children
were visiting her parents in Klrk3
vlllo from Saturday until Monday.
Mr. J. P. BIcknell returned from
a business trip to Bus3el Springs
Tho largest line of stoves ever
shown in Bcrca now on exhibition, at
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bingham were
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Smith In Rich
Something Is about to bo started
at Welch's. You know a start up
thero means a sure finish, (adv.)
Mr. Crockett Ely Is visiting home
and friends hero thlB week,
Mr. Chas. Cliff, who Is now employ
ed In the Mt. Jackron Sanitarium, in
Indianapolis, Ind., spent a day in Be
rea, last week.
Tho biggest t In the world Is tho
ono spent at Welch's. Advt.
Miss Lillian W. BIcknell spent Sat
urday with her sister, Kstella, at
It's no difference what kind of stovo
you want, yu can get It at Welch'B.
Dr. Cornelius, Mrs. Nannie Davis,
and Mrs. Laura Jones attended the
funeral, Sunday, of Mr. Chas. Azblll
of Richmond. Mr. Azblll returned
home from tho west a few months
ago with tuberculosis of the bone. A
limb was amputated In hope of sav
ing his life, but too late.
Leather shoes at Welch's keep
you out of the mire. Advt.
The biggest deal ever pulled off
In Berea will start at Welch's Nov.
FIRE, FIRE, Insure your property
against loss by fire with II. C. Woolf,
successor to W. II. Porter, Berea, Ky.
Mr. Jame3 M. Early, a former Be
rea student, Is located In North Man
chester, Ind. Mr, Early Is an archi
tect and is doing a good business.
Tho following declaration Is copied
from bl3 business card: "It is my
business to save people money when
they build. It will therefore pay you
to see mo when ycu begin to think
Miss Nannie Johnson' who has been
teaching school at Livingston this
fall camo homo sick last Friday. Dr.
Cowley was called and upon examina
tion It was found that she had ap
pendicitis. She was Immediately tak
en to' tho hospital and underwent a
serious operation at twelve o'clock.
Miss Johnson Js reported to be Improving.
Joel Cox, Pino Ridge, Ky., Wolfe
Miss "Margaret Parks, graduate In
the Homo Sclonco Course, class 11)11.',
was shopping In Berea, Monday. Miss
Parks Is now teaching Domestic Sci
ence at McKeo, Ky.
Mr. A. L. Golden has returned to
tho Boarding Hall as chief cook.
Mrs. Chas. Llndscy who underwent
a very serious operation at tho hos
pital, Monday night, Is reported to
I County, former student, now teach
J. F. Arnold, Beattyvllle, Ky. Busl
I ncss man, former Berea student. Vis
I lted Berea, Oct. 191L'.
I Shaler Holbrook, Frozen Creek, Ky.
Former Berea student. Sends stu
dents to Berea.
Leonard II. Ballard, former Borca
student, teaching at Valley View.
Ed Chaney, former Berea student,
merchant at Valley View.
G, W. Griffin, former Academy stu
dent at Berea, Is now station agent
at Lily, Ky.
Miss Pearl Anderson, former B.
rea student, Is now Mrs. K. L. Bar
nel, living at 5C2 Vino St., Paris,
Ky., where her husband has employ
ment on tho railroad.
TRIPLE BIRTHDAY PARTY
Wo hope to give additional
In order to make room for tiie best selected
line of Holiday Goods ever shown at ;:
THE RACKET STORE
A Special Sale will be held beginning
FRIDAY, OCT. 25th, and continuing until FRIDAY, NOV. lit
Following are a few of the items to be found at this Special Sale
Genuiuc star cut tumblers - - - 10c each
Thin lead blown tumblers ... 5C each
Good crystal glass tumblers 6 for - 25c
Japanese cups and saucers 6 lor - 4 9(JC
Regular 40c fancy plates - - -' 25c each
Genuine cut glass, Pansy design Sherbets ,0c eacli
Tho City cf Berea ordains tkat,au
election to bo held at the regular No
vember election, 12, for tho purposo
of taking tho sense of the qualified 1
vters of tho City as to whether tho
City Council shall bo empowered to
lssuo bonds In the name of said City j
to the amount of sixteen thousand 1
dollars ($10,000) for tho purposo of 1
constructing a system of water J
works for tho cald City.
2. That said bonds shall bo of ono
thousand ($1,000) denomination und
payablo In twenty years and bear not
moro than C per cent Interest from
data of lssuo pcyablo annually.
3. That said Council shall annually
lovy a tax cufflclent to pay tho In
terest not exceeding C per cent on
tho faco of said bonds.
4. That said City shall levy a tax
of 4 per cent cnnually of tho faco
An occasion to which a few favored
I ones look forward each year Is a
I birthday celebration in honor of Miss
1 Welsh, Miss Orr and Miss Raymond.
J Tho three birthdays come near to
; gether and as Miss Welsh Is the
1 ono between, her natal day was the
ono chosen for the observance,
' which Is beginning to tako on the
' dignity of an annual event
Last Thursday evening It was cele
brated with more than the usual
amount of pleasure. The Invitations
led all to bellevo that they were to
dlno at Boone Tavern so they were
surprised by being conducted to the
charming homo of Mr. and Mrs. Tay
lor, whero a delightful and elaborate
courso dinner was served.
Tho table arrangement was beauti
ful, the center piece being a large
birthday cake, which was decorated
with flowers aud foliage, and around
which were grouped lighted candles.
After dinner several toasts prcparad
for tho occasion were given by Mr.
Taylor, and later all wero treated to
a second surprise. Tho girls belong
ing to Miss Welsh's German classes,
wished to congratulate her, march
ed down In a body singing German
songs. Upon receiving an Invitation to
enter they did so, and grouping them
selves upon tho floor before tho open
flro they made a charming picture.
After much merriment Mr. Taylor
played, all sang, and when the guests
took a reluctant departure they vot
ed Mr. aud Mrs, Taylor prince and
princess among entertainers and left
sincere thanks for an unusually hap
py evening. Tho dinner guests In
cluded Miss Bowersox, Miss Hill,
Miss Morrow, Miss Smith and Miss
The second football game of the
scries that Is scheduled for the
fall was played last Monday on the
Athletic field, at 2 p. m., between
tho Colp'go and tho Vocational,
Foundation and Normal teams. Tho
Collego team received the ball nnd
tho first touch down was made In
two and ono half mlnutm. The Voca
tional, Foundation aud Normal tenm
seemed to be outclassed in almost
every particular, however. In thu
last half they held the College team
to only ono touchdown. The final
score was 33 to C In favor of the Col
lego team. j
Revival Meetings i
Thero will be a series of moot
lugs to begin at the Baptist church.
I the first Sunday In Novenibor, con
j ducted by the Rev. C. S. Kills of
Iitonla, Ky. Tho public Is cordially
1 All persons having claims against
the estate of W. F. Ixswls, deceased,
are hereby notified to present same
to me, properly verified, at tho Be
rea National Bank on or before tho
fifteenth day of November, 1912, or
same will b-j barred. Berea, Ky., Oct.
(adv.) J. L. Gay, Admr.
GOOD HORSE FOR SALE CHEAP
All round work and buggy homo for
sale at a bargain It taken at once.
M. L. Spink. (adv.)
$30.00 TO $100.00 A MONTH
For your ire lime Kxrxrlmce not n"eJ
Ml. Want an active man in this locality.
To Introduce ua to your frlende. We par
Inrcrat cah benrnte whfn ale. Injured,
and at death, for imillrit coat. Free-In-uranre
and Caah-Honua offer to flrat ap
plicant from thla place. Write quick for
THE I-L-U 833, Covington, Kyi
PALACE MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY
All kinds of fresh and cured meats and lard.
Fish, Oysters and Poultry in Season.
All kinds of Staple and Fancy Groceries.
U. B. ROBERTS, Prop.
Coyle BuiWins, Main SC. it :t ss :: Phont57,
The Shoe for You
Because they are known as
Because of the style that
pleases, the comfort that feels
fine on the foot, and the quali
ty that lasts these are some
of the reasons.
You are invited to call nnd aee the new
Kail models In WALK.OVKKS. The
tut bow a new thought In footwear for
Dull Outton "Dope" this teaiou.
Come in and get properly fittod-prlcet are comfortable too
"We Quality Store"