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THE CITIZEN September 2t, 1M1 DR. LOGSDON Government Dentist Office hour 8-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m. Locates) in BAKER BUILDING Main Street Beret, Ky. Phone No. I Local Page News of Beret and Vkiaity, Gathered from a Variety f Sources. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Walker spent the week-end t Irvine. Kate and Cora Venable, students of Borea College, apent Saturday and Sunday at home. Mini May Radway, a former Berea College student, of Detroit, Mich, ia visiting Dean and Mr. Edward. She it secretary W the business man ogrr of the Saturday Evening Pot The girl of the Utile Dulce Lit erary Society were the delightful hostesses to a large number of new college girl, together with aereral ladir of the faculty and former members of the society, Monday evening at the girls gymnaaium. Readings, music, and impromptu speeches, interspersed with refresh ments and lively games, furnished an evening of real enjoyment and "blues" and "homesickness" were en tirely unknown. BIO RILL MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDB It is reported that Jacob Haley, a resident of near Bit; Hill, tried to end his life with a knife, Wednesday morning, September 28. The at tempted suicidt was ctused by finan cial hardship, it la taid. Eleck Set tle, a resident of Big Hill, Intervened in time to prevent the tragedy. DIPHTHERIA IN BEREA There are several cases of diph- ktheria in Berea at the present time. All children are not susceptible to diphtheria; that Is to say if 100 chil dren are exposed to the disease, only a part of them will take it. There is a very simple test by which it is possible to tell whether a child Is susceptible or not This ia railed the Schick Test It It also possible to Immunise against diphtheria just the same as it la against typhoid. The State Board has lent some of the material to Berea and all who E. G. Walker went to Cincinnati Monday on business. Miss Mary Ltwis, of Hyden, ia visiting friends in Berea this week. Mr. and Mr. Estill Warford of Center street have been visiting friends in Danville this week. C. D. Smith haa moved from Cen ter street to the apartments over his store on Chestnut street. Rev. Wm. E. Rix of Berea filled the pulpit of the First Baptist Church ef Lancaster, Sunday, September 26. Mrs. America Fowler and Mrs. Jeff Daugberty are visiting Mrs. Rena Witt in Jackson county, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Minor Canfield, who have been spending the summer in .the North, returned to Berea last week. Mrs. George Gatliff and son, Wil WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. Harvey James from below Richmond visited Mrs. Nash, Sunday. Mr. Nash and Mr. Coffey have ftn ished making more than a hundred eallnna of molasses and Mr. Nash has resumed his carpentry work. Mrs. Coffey has been visiting her sick daughter at Orlando. Mrs. Poff, Mrs. Menifee, and others from West End are working in the canning factory this week. Marve Jordan has traded places with Mr. York of Copper Creek and may move there. Miss Grace Anglin, who is teach ing school at Scaffold Cane, visited Miss Sallie Cornelison, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James McDaniel are in poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Mershon hsve return ed from visits to their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson, of Richmond, visited relatives here last week. Mrs. Eliza Browning is visiting her She has liam, of Rockford, were visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Powell of Depot , i.ter. Mrs. John Fowler. street Monday, September 26. been spending 'ho sum.rter at Inino On Tuesdays and Fridays, Oct. 4 mid is on her way home to Ciypt.m, to 28, inclusive, from 3 to 5 p. m.,Ky. in Vocational Chapel, Mrs. Peck will. Miss Ethel Ha'ie', f give a course of lectures on "Citizen- has come to he. Sjnt, ship." All women are cordially in vited to attend these classes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baufle and two daughters were dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lewis. Joe Bullen and W. C. Viars, of Rockcastle, were in Berea Monday, September 26, to see County Agent Spence on special business. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gott of Ra venna, spent the week-end with Mrs. Gott's mother, Mrs. J. S. Rutherford, of Chestnut street E. L. Feese, of Center street, has bought all the daily paper routes of Berea, carrying any paper you want. We think that Mr. Feese will render the town a great servfce. Pleas Evans spent Saturday and. Sunday with S. R. Roberts, at Carico, in Jackson county. Mr. Evans is buying cattle in that region. Mrs. Jeff Daugherty, of Nicholas ville, visited her sister, Mrs. America Fowler, of Chestnut street the first cf the week. Mrs. Bessie McDonald, a teacher from Tennessee, has taken rooms on Depot street She came to Berea in order to put her child.-en in school. County Agent Robt F. Spence and family were at the home of Clark Rice at Speedwell for supper Sstur dsy night after which he and the neighbors who gathered in discussed the subject of poultry. Mr. Spence and family also hsd dinner at the home of Dr. Coomer in Speedwell, Saturday. m Cn'M ". Mrs. lohn Fowler, to stay this fall and act.;iid the Training Senool. Farmers in this vicinity are get ting uneasy about so much wet weather on their hay, corn, and other crops. AMERICAN LEGION CONVEN. TION AND DINNER, BOONS TAVERN, OCT. 1 All ex-service men of Berea and vicinity are here reminded that the wish msy hsve their children tested Eighth District Convention and din- and those found to be susceptible ner of the American Legion will be may be vaccinated against diphtheria held in Boone Tavern, Berea, Ky, on I will be in my office next Monday Saturday evening, Oct. 1. morning at 10 o'clock to make the This meeting promises to be one of test on as many as wish to come. A unusual interest and value, and every charge of 30 rents will be made to ex-service man in this locality should cover the cost of the material, make an effort to be present Where the vaccination is done the Plates $1.00 each. Make reserve- charge will be 12.00 each. tion with Bill Devi at the Berea Bank A Trust Co., ' Mnin street, be fore Saturday noon. FAREWELL RECEPTION The home of President and Mrs. Hutchins was the scene of a beauti ful reception on Wednesday evening, given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Rix, who are moving to Lancaster toon, where Mr. Rix hss accepted a call to become pastor of the Baptist Church. A good number of the friends of Mr. Rix, mainly from the R. H. Cowley REREA GRADED SCHOOL NOTES Third week passed with 307 en rolled. Great enjoyment on play ground with no casualties except a bruised leg of one little girl while riding the ocesn wsve. This was due to a care less act of one of the students push ing too fsr, snd the little girl who was hurt having her leg on the in side instead of the outside of the wave. The Principal of the School lifts Vocational School, were present Charades and games were plsyed, re- his hat to no teacher acknowledging freshments were then served, after superiority to those under his which President Hutchins spoke of the purpose of the gathering. Mr. Rix responded with a short speech, in which he expressed a kindly feel ing toward his many friends in Berea, his confidence in the work that Berea is doing and said that he hoped that Berea College would never lose tight of the "individual." AUTO WRECK A Ford touring car belonging to R. J. Abney and a racer belonging to Gilbert Casteel were wrecked while going up Depot street Satur day evening about 7:15. It ia claimed the driver of the racer was not able to see the car of Abney in front in time to pull to the left enough to avoid hitting Abney's car. A rear wheel was torn from Abney's car and thw racer was badly damaged. No serious Injuries were sustained. MRS Slump in Prices Perhspa you have not noticed the decline in Eatables in the past year, and would say there has been very little. Look at this for comparison. About one year ago you paid for 100 pounds sugar $18.00; today you can buy 10 lb a. Broken Rice 10 lbs. Navy Beans 10 cans Salmon 10 cans Corn . 5 cartona Rolled Oats 5 cans Pie Peaches 4 cans Table Peaches 4 lbs. Good Coffee 7 lbs. Dry Salt Meat 5 pkgs. Poet Toasties 1 sack Meal 1 sack Flour 1 bucket Lard 1 peck Potatoes, and 100 lbs. Sugsr. All of this you buy for $18.00. That's ths "Economy Way.? Visit Our Store. THE ECONOMY Chestnut Street, Berea, Ky. Bring your coupons here and get 40 cents worth of II. and G. soap I and soap products, 20 cents. K. K. HARRIS Telephone 130 GUILLIAMS STILL IN CHI CAGO HOSPITAL Mrs. Guilliams, wife of Professor Guilliams of the Berea Normal School, who was struck by an auto in Chicago on August 1, is not yet able to return home, tho it is report' ed that her condition is much im proved. She is in the Chicago Policlinic Hospital, under the care of Drs. Har ria and Terrill. Dr. Harm is con sidered to be one of the best sur geons in the world. Friends of Mrs, Guilliams in Berea are hopeful that she will soon be at home. Cor- CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible School topic: Paul in inth. Golden text: For I determined not to know anything among you save Jesus Christ and Him crucified I lYrach Christ. The first Sunday in October is be. gining of Bible School yesr. Come on, let's get under headway for win ter hills. Be on time every time, 9:45 a. m. 11:00 o'clock, Communion. 11:30 o'clock, Sermon. Christian Endvsvor meets at 6:15 p. m. Topic: "Thy Will Be Done." Consecration meeting. Thursday evening, 7:30, Prayer Meeting. You are invited. Monday evening, 7:30, the official board meets at church. Do You Know? That the leather business ia eat that NO ONE caa leara la a week, month or year? My knowledge of leather tad ita benefits ia the result ef more than TWENTY YEARS of acta, al experience. This it eae res tea I am ia position to give the public the best material tad workmanship In Shot and Har ness Work. . QUICK 8ERVICB end SATISFACTION. Try THOMA Shert Street Berea, ly. MILLINERY NEWS I am now ready to show you my full line of Fall and Winter Hats. I have on display Pattern Hats from David Baird & Sons, Louisville, Ky.; the Lazarus Hats from Cincin nati; the Hart Hats from Cleveland; snd some beautiful Eastern Pattern Hats furnished me by an exclusive firm in Cincinnati that caters to the big retail houses in Cincinnati. These hats are from New York and are very handsome and atylish. I shall show this line only one week. beginning Saturday, Oct. 1. You are invited to see them, whether you buy or not. I have on display now a full line of sport street school and dress hats at moderate prices; all up to the min ute styles. CHILDREN'S HATS I can fit your children in any style and color now, in beaver, velour, vrl vet and felt Price from $1.00 up to $10; a full assortment. A SPECIAL A soft manish felt hat. Just such a hat as usually sells for $5.00 will be sold for 1 week for $3.50; all colors dark red, soft tan. Don't miss this number, it is Classy. I MRS. LAURA JONES Phone 161 Berea, Ky Notary Public Phone No. 49 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice SgChettnut St-.by M. E.Chorch in all Courts BEREA, KY. FOR Real Estate ' Se or Call on W. F. KIDD Berea Kentucky List Your Property FOR SALE witk Scruf g$, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE ACENTS Beret, Kentockj con trol. They are wide awake to all disorder, and filled with zeal for the welfare of every child under their control. We, as a faculty, believe we have the cleanest public school in the State of Kentucky as to the use of tobacco not having seen a single offense against the rule prohibiting its use. Among the distinguished visitors we hsve had, are: Rev. E. Roy Gentry, from Eliza bethton, Tenn. He conducted our chapel exercises, giving many illus trations of practical usefulness in life. Mr. Gentry is a "self-made man," who commands the respect of thoussnds of people In East Ten nessee and Western North Carolina, where he haa charge of a large dis trict under the auspices of the Chris, tian Church. Also President Frost, loved by all who know him. His visit was of un usual interest With his usual zeal and manifes'jition of interest he visited each department leaving them some beautiful Bible story, or inter esting point of history or geography, such as a man only of his wide travels and experiences eould give, we extena a hearty welcome aVany time he may wish to visit us.V PREPAREDNESS You heard much of preparedness dur ing the war. It is no less essential now. The part of wisdom is to make ready for financial emergency. Your personal preparedness program should include a Savings Account with THE BEREA NATIONAL BANK Here your money is safeguarded by capital and surplus of $75,000.00, by conservative policies developed through years of successful service, and by Fed eral supervision, entailed through our FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBERSHIP. Berea National Bank BEREA J. L. GAY, Cashier KENTUCKY Get Your Money's Worth At Honest Abe's We mean by this that you should not try to see how much you can get for a dollar in quanitity, but see what you can get in quality, such as J. E. M. Flour, Pott's Gold Dost, H. J. Heinze's goods of all kinds. Then, if you need Hardware CB Queensware step over in next room, where youH find any thing you need. A. B. Cornell & Sons Phone No. 129 Main Street - - Berea, Kentucky An Aiiiericiui Il .hi lmw-l:ill Iran ar tui)u- Icir.itt-.l a lrtt' I run in r.-. (in hiue. Hfler wliicu boll U'iiiiih u-i- fiitriiunifil ui a tea am. dunce giwu 1 I lie Ii-.-k.ii (xmi. McniUers il (lie St. t'liarU-n, Mo., mm of tl,e AnuT.mu t.'iiii recently belli a "liuiiiuit'i Mini hum" meeting al winch :i (Hiriuliie dunce-tluor was erected u liiree liotira. The A i'dkt nf tlir Amerlrun l'k'i'Mi ul Oti-en, Y C. hu aiiimuiH-ed plana fur collect lug a funil lo be dls 'rlliiivd a united a iliiulilcd soldiers of the lot. REREA-RICHMOND AUTO LINK Time-Table Leaves Richmond (Glyndon Hotel) T:00 a.m Arrives Berea 7:45 a. in. Leaves Berea (Boone Tavern) 10:00 a. m Arrives Richmond 10:45 a. m Fare $125 Claaaified Advertisement Furnished Rooms for Rent Boone street. at 30 tf. FOR RENT Stable room for horse or cow. 1. J. LW1S, iTospeci oi. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First CUm Repairing AND F'm Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. BEREA, KY FOR 4SAI.E Good seven-room house; right. See J. W. HOSKINS. pric FOR SALE Pure-bred White Wyandotte cockerels, $2.00 a4id up. They are beauties. See Mrs. R. E. Bartlett, 121 Chestnut street, Berea, Ky. LOST On Center or Short streets, a hand-made silver bar pin with tur quoise settinir. Reward if found and returned to Mrs. Anna Emberf, Log House. LOST Somewhere between Boone Gsp and Berea, on the Dixie Highr way, 'a silver bsr pin about three inches lonir, with a gray pearl set Finder will please bring pin to The Citizen Office and receive reward. FOR SALE Four passenger chum my roadster auto. This car is equip- Hand Made Harness at Cut Prices For the Next Thirty Days Do not forget that we do Expert Shoe Repairing Come and Harrison Building A. E. RIVERS Chestnut St. Berea, Kentucky LILY WHITE FLOUR Better than ever. It bakes everything KENTUCKY CORN MEAL Best on the market. Always Iresh. Sold at reasonable prices and guaranteed by all grocer MANUFACTURED AT HOME BEREA Berea Milling Company KENTUCKY ped with best starter and lights, gen uine leather upholstering, is in good mechsnicul condition, has good tires, has run only about 7,000 miles, and is a bargain for someone. Car is too heavy for my work. Will sell for cash or might exchange for a Ford with starter and demountable rims. DR. R. E. BARTLETT. tf. NOTICE Notice ishereby given that by a vote and written consent ofethe own ers of more than a majority of the total outstanding capital stock of the Jackson County Oil Company, said corporation has this 19th day of September been dissolved and is clos ing up its business. on or before November 1, 1921, or same will be barred. This September 20th, 1921. J. L. Gay, T. F. Abney, Executors EXECUTORS NOTICE All persons having claims againxt the Estate of J. M. Coyle, Sr., de ceased, are hereby notified to present same at the Berea National Uank, Droaerly verified, to J. L. Gay. ex. ecutor of said Estate on or before November 1, 1921, or same will bo barred. This September 26th, 1921. J. L. Gsy, Executor EXECUTORS NOTICE All Demons havinir claims against the Estate of Sallie A. Davis, de ceased, are hereby notified to present same properly verified, to J. U day and T. F. Abnty, Executors of aaid Estate, at the Berea National Bank, EXECUTOR'S NOTICE All persona having claims against the Estate of Eliza A. Todd, de ceased, are hereby notified to present same at the Berea National Bank, properly verified to J. L. Gay, ex ecutor of said estate on or before November 1, 1921, or same will be barred. This September 26th, 1921. J. L. Gay, Executor I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I waat aa eppertunJty te cea vines yea that I CAN SAVB YOU MONET and give Tear feet comfort Ami I waat to farther ceavinre yoa that ear work and material la of the very best, coupled with quick service, at prices ae higher thsa yea pay for Inferior work and peer service. All work guaraatesd. See THOMA , Shert Street Berea, Ky.