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Frbruary 4, Ittl Tare Four THS cmZEM LOCAL NtWl OP BERK A AND VICINITY, GATHERED FROM A VARIETY OP SOURCES J. E. Parsons s buildinfr house for himself on Prospevt street J. 0. C.sines has rone to Decatur, 111., on business. Mr. Sarah Ely Peston of Buck horn, Ky., ia vlsitinir Mm. A. W. Estrldfre on Went Chestnut street and other friend in town. Mr. Reynolds i quit ill at hi home In West End of town. Irene Baufle haa been out of achool several days on account of aicknea. Charles Preston ha beirun exes-j ration for a new houae he ia jroinir; . a it.. . lA .1 !. .i n i n 17 10 frwv on me ...v - : S. C. Lewis' property on . Chest- Fish and Todd are pushing the1 work on the new flouring mill at the old Burdette mill property on Chestnut street. Q. V. Arnett has purchased the stock of (roods formerly owned by the firm of J. B. Amett & Sons and will conduct same in hi own name, occupying the ssme stand. Mrs. H. H. Groves is home from the College Hospital and Is gamin strength nicely. Dr. R. H. Cowley was in l.exing ton, Monday. The W. C. A. and the Missionary Society of the Union church met with Mr. Ember in the Loir House on Wednesday afternoon and held a very interesting and profitable meeting. Mrs. Dix Rave a splendid paper on China. Refreshments were served by the hostess. A large audience of student and townspeople greeted Prof. Montra yille Wood in the College Chapel on Monday night and were delighted, in structed and entertained by his lec ture on the ultra-violet rays, th- gy roscope, and other science surjwU. The National All-Day Prayer for Missions, Friday, February 18, was observed with a fitting program at the Methodist church by all the mis sionary societies of Berea. Thoso that came for the day lunched to gether informally and delightfully at noon. Went Build Tool Shade, "BhrervtUlns cornea to him whe waits." but that doesn't mean that put ting oft the building of a abed for farm Implement will build It Bast Soil Application. Rotted manure Is commonly consid ered to be the best application that ran be given the soil. Water Ditch la Harmful. A water ditch In a field la like a rot ten potato Id a bin. It aoon eats ap the good Prt of ttie field. NEW SCHEDULE OF THE BEREA RICHMOND AUTO LINE Leave Richmond 7 KM) a.m. Leave Berea . . 10:00 a.m. At Bight after the Arrival of Cin- rinnnati and Louisville traina (new trains), we Leave Richmond 8:00 p.m. Leave Berea 8j45 p.m. Quality that will appeal at prices that are right Clothing Shoes Sweaters For Men and Young Fellows Glad to have you call J. M. Coyle & Co. Chestnut St., Berea, Ky. PAGE THANK Y0l FRIENDS Your presence and token, I Appreciated, we muat aay, On the fiftiwth anniversary Of our first wedding day. Your presence and preaent We can never forget; Hone to live Ion enough To see much of you yet J. W. Hoakin and Wife CARD OF THANKS The relative and huaband of our . , . u ...... .U cu .:.u cifcjr i-uiii 01 iiinmiii wiitii to thank moat heartily all of our .sd I neighbor, who so kindly helped us to bear our great sorrow, Especially do we wish to express our gratitude to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hudspeth, Prof. J. R. Robertson and the sweet singer who comforted our hearts in the hour of parting. Mrs. Laura Jones Louis E. Schramm THE BIC. SNOW STORM . In spite of the fact that all signs pointed to an early spring at the first of the week, a big snow storm came upon us Saturday and Sunday. It was the deepest snow that had been for several year, being more than a foot deep. During the storm Saturday after noon, while the snow was falling fast, a flash of lightning was seen, followed 1 in a second or two by a loud crash of thunder. Thia phenomenon was , the subject of much comment. N I one could remember of seeing light ning and hearing thunder during s snow storm before. WOMAN'S CLUB The Literary and Home Economics Departments met, February 16, in the home of Mrs. Dix, with twenty members present. Quite a bit of business wa dis cussed and plan for the Rodeheave" Concert formulated. A member for the Dramatic Club Committee was appointed. The ladies were all pleased to have the privilege r spending the Hour in sewing for om of the members. So, beside the real club work, they were enabled to be' nd worth ,3 00. the whoje thtnir of a personal help In time of reed. for 2 750t f within 30 days. The social hour wa enjoyed verv p0.ge,.Ii0n cwl be had, if sold now. much. The refreshments were fruit A plare the pikef 147 hig . salad on a lettuce leaf, with whippel ,y ,mprowjf with electric lights in cream, wafers, and coffee. Ad-, houM fo. , 12 000 joumed to meet with Mrs. Herndon. I w. ,Uo nave . country store and March 9- 'ntnrk of roods. Good location, at a The Civics and Health and Socisl Hygiene i.ommiuee met wun airs. Spence on Jackson street, with Mrr. Baird in the chair and twelve mem bers present. We vfere very much pleased to have with us for the first time Mr. Warren Strachan and Mrs. Stanley Strachan. The businens con sisted of reports of committees and I open discussions. We will be repre- sentcd in the Drsmatic Club of the I town by Mrs. H. E. Taylor. We are planning to replace the me morial trees on the Public School grounds soon. , We are glad to say that our com mittee for the marking of the streets and Dixie Highway have about per fected their plans and soon tourists need nof get lost in Berea or this section of the county. We feel Mr. Raine and Mrs. John Welch are to be commenaea ior tneir laiiniui ana ef ficient work, which was started more man one year ago. All enjoyed a social hour, in which the hoateas served punch, chocolate cakes and candy. Adjourned. The regular meeting of the Wo man's Club will be March 2, at Boone, Tavern, The Music and Educational depart ment met in the home of Mrs. T. J Osborne. After the regular business and current events by Mrs. H. J, Christopher, the time was given to John Miller, who gave quite an in spirational talk on some of the prob lems of our town. There were four teen members present and all en joyed a social hour and hospitality of our hostess. Refreshments of fruit salad, sandwiches and rake were served. THANKS It is a pleasure to me to know the people la Berea and vicinity DO RECOGNIZE GOOD WORK MANSHIP AND SERVICE. So I thank them all for their liberal patronage and promise to con tinue to give all the beat that money caa bay. So bring your shoe repairing to THOMA Hhori Street Berea, Ky. MRS. I.OI IS F. SCHRAMM The. death of Mr. Louis F.. Schramm occurred last Saturday night, February 19, at the home of Rev. W. -J. Hudspeth, where Mr. and Mr. Schramm had been occupying mom for a few week. Death fame a a result of child-birth, in spite of the best of care, and the child, as well as the mother, passed away. The funeral service were held at the parsonage of the Christian church on Monday afternoon and the burial was in the cemetery in Berea. The services were conducted by Rev. Hudspeth, assisted by Rev. C. A. Van Winkle and Professor J. R. Robert son. The floral tribute were num erous and very beautiful. A brother and nephew of Mr. Schramm were present from out of town. Mr. Schramm had been living, since her marriage, at Willoughby, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio, where her home was located. Together with her husband she came to Peres to be near her sister, Mrs. Laura Jones, and under the care of the family physician. Mrs. Schramm wa formerly known as Betty Aibiil and was the daugh ter of Dr. O. T. and Elisabeth Arbill. of Laurel county, Kentucky, vfhere she was born in 1884. Her friends will remember her on account of her winning and cheerful disposition, her loyalty to family and friends and her womanly devotion to home and hus band. She wa a member' of the Christian church from her childhood and was known for her unselfish thoughtfulness and service to others. A large circle of friends were pres ent at the funeral service to express their sympathy to the bereaved and many who were not able to be pres ent join in a similar expression, ma Jno. F. Dei a J. W. Herndon DEAN & HERNDON Denier in Real Estate. Berea, Ky. The time ha come to start farm- ; ing operations for this year, and we have some real bargains we can sell and give you immediate possession. One farm, 65 acres highly Im proved, $6,500. One, 43 1-2 acre, good house, bsrn and orchard for $3,500. One nice place, 65 acres nicelv improved. $145 an acre. An- other, 30 acres for $3,500. A small p,BCj with 6 t0 g acres Mi house, ei qoo.' Another. 20 acre with house bargain; and many other places, some of which we could give possession, others possession January 1, 1922. The ground hog says that winter' broke, And spring is right "on tap," So gather up your mule and plow And fix to plant a crap. The factories in the far off town Have nearly all ahut down. But that dont matter much to those Who own their house and ground. But if you do not own a home, Then rush with all your might, Come straight to Dean t Hemdon And they will treat you right. We have some homes already fixed, With house and barn and all; We have some that are unimproved, We have them large and small. We guarantee the prices right. -pj,, terma are ea,y too. Then come to us and see the things Thmt we can sell to you. I Quality First! We give our Fountain Special Attention, making the best preparatiene possible so that we may please you with Good Sodas, Sundaes, Phosphates, Root Beer, Cocoa Cola, Green River. Special orders will be 'gladly filled. Potters' Assorted Bos Choco lates are fine, the price reason able. Try one half-pound, 80c; one pound, $1.50. R. R. HARRIS Main Street, Berea, Ky. PUBLIC SCHOOL NOTES E. t. Disney, Principal The oluest Inhabitants hsd to scratch their heads to recall a heavier snowfall than Berea had Sunday night and Monday. Some children trudged to school on Mondsy in snow to their knees. We are about to loae confidence In the ground hog. J. O. Lehman of The Cititen led chapel last Friday morning. We are glad to see so many chil dren reutrning to school, after the mumpsr The smallpox in the family of Mr. Kingan on Depot street la In charge of the health officer and only a small group of children need to be kept away from achool on this account. Our patriotic program was a little hindered by the snow. Some chit dren came nearly three mites on foot. I wish to congratulate the children and teacher for such a clever pro gram for the occasion. We want to thank Dr. Hirschy for the contribu tion that he made to the program. The eighth grade class of the Training School invited the teachers and the eighth grade of the Public School to Knapp Hall from 1:30 to 3:00 p. m. Tuesday for a patriotic program. They gave us a splendid time and concluded with a social and delightful refreshments. " The following officers were elected by the Rose Bud Literary Society to serve the Isat term of school: Ruben Purkey, president; Lucian Adam, vice-president; Mary Gaines, secretary; Waldo Pitts, treasurer. The honor roll for the aixth month of school i a follow: First firsde Lucian Cade, Major Gardener, Violet Grant, Evelyn Hensley, Helen Muncy. Second Grade Norman Comett, Ho mer Purkey, Lois Pennington, Laura Todd. Third Grade Edna Cade, Delta Comb, Mary Rominger. Fourth Grade George Rix, Alva Pulling, Florence Burdette. Fifth Grade Vincent Parks, Amy Hudson, Geneva Moore, Mayme Mc Kinney, Marie Lamb, Mattie Young, Lena Angel, Myrna Can field. Bertha Isaacs. Sixth Grade Alice Beatty, Susie Grant, Lucile Stephen, Gladys Wagers. Mollie Wright, Alvis Lamb, Wilbur Wynn. Seventh Grade James Angel, Rus sell Hayes, Clara Hudson. Eighth Grade William Hayes. DONT FAIL to take advantage of the low prices I am making on Work Harness, (sll parts) Riding Sad dle and Bridles. Have a few of the Army Saddle pockrts left. See THOMA Short Street Berea, Ky. Classified Advertisements Key checks with name and address 25 cents each. George Norris, Berea, Ky. 3w-35p. FOUND A necklace on Chestnut street. Owner msy hsve same by calling at The Citizen office and pay ing for this ad. HAY, HAY. HAY Comewith money and get It $1.00 a hundred, timothy or clover baled. Phone 30-H. James Todd, Paint Lick. 13t-40 FOR SALE About 85 acres on pika between Berea and Richmond. Good orchards, good bam, very good dwelling house. Price, $7,000. Pos session given, if sold at once. D. N. Welch, Berea. Zt-35p AUTOMOBILES PAINTED Tops and Curtains Repaired We have secured the services of an expert automobile painter, who can make your old cars look like new. Berea Motors Co. 4 w-37. FOR SALE 188 acres on the Dixie Highway near Kingston, Ky. Well-watered and well-improved; 4 barns, good dwelling house, small ten ant house. Price, $130 per acre. Possession given, If sold at once. D. N. Welch, Berea. 2t-S5p WELLS DRILLED I put down a six-inch hole with a machine which is operated by a gasoline engine. ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Anyone wishing wells drilled should call on mo at once. - WILLIS PETTI FORD Near Fairground Berea, Ky. Don't Spend All Your Income Experience proves that if you spend first there is nothing left to save. , TAKK YOUR SAVINGS Ot'T FIRST They will not only be safe in a avinRs account, but will draw interest and thus add to your income. Want is sure to rome to the man who spends all he makes. Happiness and Independence come to the man who saves consistently and regularly. BEGIN TO SAVE TODAY a Berea National Bank The time is here for spring sowing. We have a few more bags of best Timothy Seed to offer for $3.20 per bushel. Come on and get them. Other seed in same proportion. Quick Service is Oar Motto HENSLEY & In Welch Block BEST PRACTICE IN PLOWING According to Minneaeta Eapart It Is set te Deepen Furrewa Gradu ally Each Yaar. The natur of the iul and the crop ta he grown khntild determine the qtie tlqn of whether to plow ilecpti or more hallow. A wlih mint other furia problem, the farm 0eriitor' Jinl infill and eiierlence inusl h called Into play In determining which nnc li i In h-t mi any farm Andrew !o, vlre director of the M'tim-vo':! r-;p"rlment "tallnn. brlli-vea iliHt dwp furrows tnrnwl on or thrtN-ipmrtrrs over," furnish the rwt condition for pulvrrlmif and a rlr fi les, the will. "It Is not good piai'trv," h,tt). "to deepen Hie plowing great ly iu any one .M ar. ll Is better to ile -p-rn It by one huif Inch or an Inch rui n )-ur until ii KufhV ent depth ha been reached. Itarely I It urear to plow .'el per tluin M'ven ir elj;ht Inche. ei rept for rertnln de'p roit"d i-ropa like us;ur IwetH, carrot, polatoe and like crop. "Where It la dmlrahle to Incorporate In the toil water holding material. Mich as a tieen manure crop er a drenni of roars barnyard manure, deep plow inf la wii. Kither a very Handy or a very heavy dene clay would he bene fited by men treatment periodically" Very often (he growing rhlrka are crowded lu little out-of-door brooder or chick roopa; or some other mlstskf la made In brooding. Later they art transferred, but the harm baa been done; and although tbey may seem te grow sll right efmnrarda, they tie net recover. Baby Chicks Healthy, vi go roue day-old chicks, the kind that live and grow. Rhode Island Reds a specialty; also have other breeds. Prices reasonable. Write or catalog. Let us hatth your egga for you. Nominal fee charred. See Emeat Bartlett or write BEREA BATCBEBY Bore KeaUcky DAVIDSON Berea, Ky. Notary Pub Ik Pbone N. 4 W. B. WALDEN ATTO RNEY-AT- LAW Practice in Brora Natl. Bank Bldg. BEREA. KY. all Courts SEE W. F. KIDD FOR REAL ESTATE BEREA KENTUCKY F. L MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First CIm Repirii)g AND Fin Line of Jewelry MAIN ST. BEREA KY Ust Your Property FOR SALE witk Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kefttmckj PLANS FOR BROODING DUCKS I tklnth.r Duck r Man la Quit tlatlak factory Where Small Numbers Are Balng Reared. Those rearing ducklings In small uumbem usually accept the services ef the mother duck or mother ben, se cording to which la used te da the batching, for the purpose of brooding, and when only a few are reared thi Is a aatlNfai'ttMy method. Where ducks are raliuid la large numbers, however, artificial methods are alwaya employed and the brooding la dona by Individual brooders or by loag, hot water pipe systems bested by ever burning boilers.