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Par Four THE CITIZEN October 1J, 1M1 DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office houre 8-12 a. in l-f p. m. Government Dentist Located in BAKER BUILDING Main Street Berea, Ky, ' rhone No. 3 Jo Stiver, haa accepted a ponl- tion with the C. D. Smith furnish in .tor. Word haa been received from An! ta Golden, a member of tha Berea graduating class of last year, that she will teach at Salyetaville, Ky., the remainder- of this year. The Berea Graded School la mak ing fine progress under tha leader-1 Local Page Newa of Berea and Vicinity, Gathered from a Variety f Soureea. WEST END AND VICINITY . GLADES NEWS , hi. . brother. 0c.r O.bbard, tat.-i Mr, and Mr.. Jo. Sullen, of Wil- rf. ? W"k W' "If- die. wer her, Sunday. Buh- Jame. McDaniel haa gon to Burn- " I , . .1 . Inir Spring, on bu.lne.7 this week. R Su,n,d"T CUdM co" Mrt. Ch.rlea McDan'el g.v a 'V .... ... . r " - I ...111 . . ... nrmur v unnwn nl .DCfln QUIU . n n i uuiiiin.fr inunniv wn Ami snip oi i roiessor cowman, no la - - J . " i IV " fo tim from filled with enthusigm for higher . w'nV ' neighbor women en. k-.kdoWfl " :.i.7. 1 L T,V,j" ' Johnson Brothers, sona of S. F. J... McCart and .on. l;Bi" d,nnrJ Johnson, ara constructing a nlca ,.v- Hayne.-Hen.on Shoo cn of Knox-, . " Tn.j 7 , "V .? room ""'" on their farm, ville. Tenn, ara Quests at Boone Tav-'ot Simmon, of Rockcastle. M c Kinnard s,tupd,y ern. Jame. .till chewa hia wax, Mr.. Jame. Coffer, of Dayton, vis- pjt ,n Sunday with tha M. D. (rrip. the hands of the merchants , ited relative her Sunday. Settle family at Biff Hill. ard .mile.. Charley and Bealer Reynold., of Wm. B. llarri. i. at London this Since the r.ew building on Main Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. S. N. week wielding th bow across the street haa cut off the natural light WVh. of Irvine, .have been here to vinl'n for a movie, theatre, from the 0 Studio, Mr. Ogg ' see Henry Reynolds, who ia very aick. W. E. Johnson lost two valuable a nerv.ua arranging to supply the studio with artificial light, which promise, to lie rueressful. Willie Lambert waa tried in c'r cuit court, Monday, charged with offense of seling liquor. He waa Rev. Ambrose preached at West foxhounds that strayed away. End Sunday night R""v- Masters filled his regular ap- West End Sunday-achool plana to r'intme-t at Gladea Church Sunday, have the r n!e .unner Frid. fiirht "'""""IS - '"y im..r..iY- rm'm for the Christmaa entertainment rn our souls' recognition in the future i given sixty daya in the countv jail Mr- Menifee or Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson from ! v.,r triA. . kn. ht' nd fin'; ',so Jhn W'bb on X " . " !? ''ut Meadow pike were guests! vol .re d"tn CaT. T?. cZet To! three iimi,ar chr,re"' $85 ,nd P"rent'' " "' h tn L 'wnlmm0ktbiSma- Be""ie Coff-nd chJr'n' nd Mrs. Bud Johnson. I 5 ; 2 rn'il tnmH it I The ToWn Counc" th,,ir lw of Wildie, visited Mrs. Menifee last The Gladea congregation are b.v-1 ShP us the news, well spread it I tine ,ast ni?ht decide(, fc raUlUilMJic pr,yfr Mrs. E. G. Walker has been quite V." f " r "J. " "uZAiA ' .V ," " "un'" , " T. J - ' k ).;. k I G y " 8P,endld t,lk . o' Abe .Williams, and Preston Rice I'd this week. , lZr. kL M,w,.e. ?" nit.tion. Chef of Polic. Hib-lwer married at the home of fe I !.. ...... Iba'd wn ordered to have a wrt is- bride, Saturday, a-d left Sunday fir SILVER CREEK sued for all who have not built "sani. . Ind'ana. where thev will m.V. their A number of the vouna- citizens of home. S:lver Crek, under the guidance of Pete Wyl'e. of Hazard, apent the Mr- nd Mr- Chent gave a very week-end with friends in Berea. intcrest:ng play at the chiirchhouse II I La Miss Martha M.mcv snent last y K v.oifcsiaj limiun 111 milllfH'IlU. Mrs. Nora V&y and little dueh- CONFIDENCE is the foundation of ' any bank's growth. ' The Berea National Dank grows because it comman'ds public confidence on these grounds:- Capital and Surplus of $75,000. , Directors representative of the City's leading industries; Experienced conservative management; Years of successful service; FEDERAL RESERVE MEMBERSHIP Come in and grow with us. Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEREA - - KENTUCKY in vi'sit'nff in Berea for awhile. ft 1 . m At. r a numofr 01 me citizens 01 cere,l'taT.y closets'9 .tL.j .. H- R- Niswonirer, 111 ig vra uaooara was in r ranx- fort the first of the week. E. H. Bartlett and family moved to the property vacated by Rev. W. E. Rix. John Scruggs, of Flemingsburg, is visiting his brother, A. F. Scruggs, in Berea. this week. Mr. Charley Smith and family stent Sunday evening w:h L. L. Bcgley's family near Bobtown. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Chnsten, of Panola, were visiting in Berea last week. , Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, of Side'l, 111 are visiting their uncle, W. H. Henslcy. Mrs. Sidney McGuire, of Corbin, visjtcd Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Harris this week. Daniel Bowlng, of Manchester, visited his son. Woodward, yesterday, who is attending Berea Co'lege. West French, the ainging school teacher, ia conducting a ten daya' oho-1 at Sand Hill, Estill county, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Hart and Miss Molli Philips, of Berea, were visit ing Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Rawlings, of Panola, on Sunday. James Gaires, who had been clerk ing for C. D. Smith, has gone with David Ades, Lexington, as traveling salesman. The new barber shop n Short street under the nam of Fowler and Williams, opened for business Saturday, October 1st. Berea wel comes new enterprises. A. T. W. Manning, of Manchester, spert the week-end with Mrs. Mann ing and children, who are attending school in Berea. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tate have moved into the upstair rooms of John Sm'th's home by the Berea Na tional Bank. E. G. Walker went to Cincinnati th:s week on business. W. M. Hurley, of Hurley, is mov ing into the home he purchased on Center street from C. D. Smith, of Chestnut street. Dr. Hutchins will preach in Union Church next Sunday at 11:00 a. m. Topic of Thursday evening meeting, at 7:30, 'The Management of a Life." General Committee Meeting, 6:45. specialist in Horticulture ' of Extension Depart ment, State Col'ege of Agriculture, snent Thursday and Friday w'th County Agent Spence visiting orch ards and offering suggestions i were WHAT? WHERE? AND WHEN? Pie supper at the Todd School, one and one-half mile, north of Be rea, Saturday evening, October 15, 1921. Come and enjiy the evening. Vit The Economy Way We are doing our best to give our customers careful serection as to quality, an exclusive variety, and ab solute reliable merchandise value for the most reasonable prices. We want you to be pleased with what you purchase at The Economy. So let us know if you are not satisfied. As the cooler weather ia coming on we are adding daily th new goods a. .t .... ur ma season. We have in stock I now Who'e Wheat Flour in imallj arks. 25c per sack. Thia is the k'nd j that helps you keep the healthy wa.! Armour'a But .Rolled Oats, fiesh1 stock, 9c tt.; 3 for 2!)c. j Pancake Flour 18c; 2 for 36c. New Pack Sun-Maid Raains..l5 os. package 23 cj 2 for 45c. New Mine Meat .... 15c per pkg. Don't let all of the gallon aize peaches be gone before you buy one. They are excellent for D reserve with a little sugar added. A good broom for 45 cents. i W will t glad fos you to visit! our store. j K. R. HARRIS ttewtaat Street. Bcr aa, Ky. TeUpboM 131 rendered by James Reinhardt and Lloyd Racklcy. . - . - r: . . 3' ri - Rev. W. E. Rix a"d family, of B-1 " w soena n UKI,: rea," left Monday, October 10th, for me tim Mr.. W.( Rnbbint the onIy , of , dnting Lancaster, where he will be pastor of B- Harr' mother, Mrs. Middleton, heroically the Lancaster Baptist Church. Mr. I Miss Dolly Hanna, of Lexington, stops a runaway, saving an aged Rix was for four years connected i visiting Mrs. James th's week. lady and badly spraining hia ankle, with Berea College in the Printing! Montgomery Jackson was serious- Purinir hi. convalescence he ia visit Department He, has many friends ly injured last week whil sowing ed bv the many young ladies of the here whose best wishes go with him. rve. His horses be-ame f righteied neighborhood, to whom he makes and ran, back over the harrow, caus- love. They all return the pretnded ing him to fall on hia lame leg. affection orly to get the sh-ck of Fortunately, hia brother, Cecil, was their lives when he elopea with Jack, near enoueh to prevent a more aeri- the one girl of the bunch for whom' ous accident He ia getting able to they think he cares nothing, walk again. The parts were ably presented by Mrs. Nanrie Johnson, of Blooming- ,he Wowing: ton, III., who haa been spending the Mrs- Middleton ... Miss Ola Bowman summer with he s'ster, Mrs. Jack- Kot)b' Chas. Bowman son, ia taking a treatment at Rich- Elair Livingston. . .MinU McQueen mond at th Gibson Hospital. i Geraldine "VanCort. Allie Davis n W J.M,.n w.. l . Mnr Merton LeU Bowman BEREA POLICE COURT PRO- ' CEEDINGS David Johnson, Ernest Swinford, Bige Tawery and Pat Cruse were each fined $10 and cost in Berea Po lice Court, charged with the offense of drunkenness and disorder. AND HE NEVER CAME BACK A. Th Citizen goes to press, newa come, that Samuel Scaggs, who was in Berea College last year, is married to Mis. Brickman,' of Alva, Okla. Congratulations, Sam. four wfeks on business, is home now Phyllis Greg.. . Lula Bernell IT:.... . . ... with bis familv. . . upr nacneirigg . . . ., . , Jaek Surrey Zona Pigg Sm.th Gentry, from Ashland, i. MpecU, ..... .... m,r, n , Mf4 ,nd Mm chut to be Nm plimented on th spirit they have Mr. and Mrs. Mullins and Mr. and shown in getting tp th play, the Mr.. Jack Baufle vi.ited in Richmond proceed, of which are to go for the Sundav-. (benefit of the Sunday-achool. May we have more things of a similar Notary Public Phone No. 4 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW , FOOD SALE The ladiea of the Glades Christ:an Church will giva a food Ml in Be rea Saturdav mornimr. (Vtnhov 1Sth at A. F. Scrugg. office, consisting of , . Court, BEREA KY rlnl. IkM HAf fTnfTAo Wnm an1 -- Creamed Chicken, Lamb' Sandwichea A MISUNDERSTANDING Many people have been misinform ed concerning the so-called atudent barbers working in the Boon Tavern Barber Shop. Th Boone Tavern Barber Shop ia not a barber school as some would have you believe, but is a real barber shop, manned by experienced barbers. Th so-called student barber, are experienced bar ber who have com to Berea to se cure an education in th different schools of Berea College, and while here are earning their expense, by applying their trade in the Boone Tavern Barber Shop. Here ia the lineup. Years Experience J. 0. Petrey, Head Barber. . . 18 John -Pike 10 Robert Garner 4 R. B. Trimble 3 G. G. Husky 2 W. B. Chelf 2 Otis Taylor 1 Come in an try our work. Boone Tavern Barber Shop W. A. Lockhart, Mgr. Do You Know? That th leather bnaineaa la that NO ONE caa learn la week, as oath or year? My knowledge f- leather a ad Ita beacflta ia th resalt f aar than TWENTY TEARS of acta al experience. Thia ia n rea-' so I an la poeitica U giv th public th beat malaria! and vorkmanehlp ia She ani Bar aeaa Werk. QUICK 8ERVICE and SATISFACTION. Try THOMA 8rt Street Be rea, Ky. Make Your Shoes Last Longer We give new life to your old shoe by keeping them well soled and re paired. ' Don't discard them simply because they look, worn out. They have to be mighty far gone before w give them up. Your old shoes feel good, and wh -n we get thru with them they look good. character in the community. 0d Waits. Patiently, nobly, mafnanlmoualy, God walta; walla for the man wh la a fool te find out his own folly; walta for the heart which haa tried to And pleasure In everything else to flub out that everything else disappoluta, ami ti come hack to Him. the foun tain of all wholtoiue pleasure, th well-spring f all life lit fur a man to live. rhiirlw Klnptley. Banish Fear. To Icii i I In' uirat oft ii'iwi th orl Sliiiki .nrt. DO YOU READ? Let Me Order Your Next Book What kind of book do you want? I can sell you any kind except the "iO-cent, amall town" variety. "His tcry of the World War," "Famous Authors," "Lincoln's Yarn, and Storie.," "Life of Theodore Roose velt." and "Child". Story of the Bible" are samples. Religioua and -Hand Mad. H.r.ea. a Specialty- 3 A. E. RIVERS Harrimtn BIdg. Chestnut St J. M. PIERCE Box 401. College Foatoffice. List Your Property FOR SALE wit. Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky BEREA-RICHMOND AUTO LINE Tlm-Tabl Leave. Richmond (Glyndon Hotel) 7:00 a. ra- Arriv. Berea T:45 a. m. Leave. Berea (Boon Tavern) 10:00 a. at. Arrives Richmond 10:45 a. m. Far $115 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 sre 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 fl Que ens ware step over in next room, where you'll find any thing you need. A. B. Cornett & Sons Main Street Phone No. 129 Berea, Kentucky LILY-WHITE FLOUR Better than ever. It bakes everything KENTUCKY CORN MEAL Rest on the market. Always fresh. Sold at reasonable prices and guarantrt-d by all grocer MANUFACTURED AT HOME Berea Milling Company BEREA ' KENTUCKY FOR SALE Good seven-room house; right See J. W. IIOSKINS. price FOR RENT Larue 10-room house on Railroad street, Berea, near De pot; right and water. Phone 81-3 for further information. Mr. J. A. Parks Whites Station, Ky. STRAIGHT SALARY: 135.00' per week and expenses to man or woman with rig to introduce Eureka Egg Producer, Eureka Mfg. Co., East St. Louis, III. Ten acres land, black .and loam, clay subsoil It inches under; cleared, fenced, two-room house, well, good water, no atump. or root.; mO to drainage canal, 4 mil to school; reighbors in 200 yard. 1600.00. Writ J. M. Creech, Bunnell, Fla. November 1, 1921, or aama will bo barred. Thia September 26th, 1921. J. L. Gay, Executor EXECUTOR'S NOTICE AU persons having claim against the Estate of Sallie A. Davia, de ceased, are hereby notified to present same properly verified, to 3. I Gay and T. F. Abncy, Executor of .aid Estate, at th Berea National Bank, on or before November 1, 1M1, or same will be barred. Thia September 26th, 1921. J. L. Gay, T. F. Atwey, Executors F. L MOORE'S Jewelry Store ( FOR First Claaa Repairing AND Fin Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. SFJtEA KY Classified Advertisements LOT FOR SALE Large lot on West Chestnut street See M. L. Spink. IMPORTANT. READ DOWN Second-hand clothing etc. Bring your discarded clothing, shoes, etc., to me at Doe's Barber Shop on Short Street and I will sell them at a rea sonable commission. I have for aale, cheap, a lot of army goods. Clean ing and pressing neatly done. Mrs. R. B. Doe EXECUTOR'S NOTICK All persona having claim against the Estate of Elisa A. Todd, de ceased, are, hereby notified to present same at the Berea National Bank, properly verified to J. L, Gay, ex ecutor of aaid estate, on r before November 1, 1921, or aama will be barred. Thia September 26th, 1921. J. L. Gay, Executor FOR RENT Stable room for horn or cow. D. J. Lewis, Prospect St. FOR SALE Pure-bred Whit Wyandotte cockerels, $2.00 and up. They are beauties. , See Mr. R. E. Bartlett, 121 Chestnut street, Berea, Ky. LOST Solid gold wrist watch and bracelet, between Berea and Wildie, or in Berea. Reward to any on return ing to owner, Arm Phillips, Wildie, (JET VOIR TAX LIST IN j 1 will be in my store on Chestnut street Tueadaya and Thuradaya of I eiich week to receive your tax list for 1921. I You have only 20 more daya list must be in by the end of thia month. I O. V. ARNETT. ! Deputy Tax Commissioner EXECUTOR'S NOTICE All persons having claim, against the Estate of J. M. Coyle. Sr., de ceased, are hereby notified to present sam at th Bera National Bank, properly verified, to J. L. Gay, ex ecutor of said Estate on or before I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I want aa opportunity U con vince yea that I 'CAN SAVE YOU MONEY aad giv fear feet resafert Aad I waal ta farther convince yea that oar work aad material la of the very heat, coupled with aalck aerviee, at price a higher thaa ye pay for Inferior werk aad peer aervlc. AO rk gaareatoad. See THOMA Short Street Korea, Ky. 4