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THE CITIZEN January 19. 1922 DR. J. R. ANDERSON Office In Berea Bank A Trout Co. Buildisg Berea, Ky. Office Phone 217 Res. rhone 174 Netar Public Phone No. 44 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-ATLAW iCstnutSi..bM.E.Church! , " .... in air Courts BEREA. KY. i O. L GABBARD Auctioneer See him at hi Barber Shop under Here Tost Office Ik fore setting date of sale DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office hours 8-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m. Government Dentist Located In BAKER BUILDING Main Street Berea. Ky. Phono No. S Subscribe through me for your magazines and newspapers I SAVE MONEY E. F. Harris Boon Tavern Barber Shop BEREA . . . KENTUCKY list Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First CIbm Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. BEREA KY I Jno. F. Dean J. W. Herndon DEAN & HERNDON Real Estate Dealers I We buy and sell the earth. We , have some very desirable city prop- j erty and vacant lots in and around Berea. Some lots that are real bar-1 gains and can sell on easy terms. ! Some special attractions to Federal j Board men. A few small places for rent; also some good farm for sale. See ua if you want to buy property in cr around Berea. List your prop erty with us if you want to sell. Respectfully, Dean & Herndon Berea, Ky. EXTRAORDINARY OFFERS Cin. Post, daily $5.00 Sou. Agriculturist, weekly 50 The Citizen, weekly 1.50 Total J7.00 All three, 1 year, for 15.85 Cin. Weekly Enquirer $1.00 Sou. Agriculturist, weekly .... .50 The Citizen, weekly 1.S0 Tot' $3.00 ever before, so the eating is at all All three, 1 year, for $2.30 times more, especially at this season, Send or brin your inscriptions as we naVe more Variety Midwin to E. F. Harris, Boone Tavern Barber ter. Shop, Berea, Ky. I Per lb. Fancy Sunkis. Cooking Pigs.... 30c Do You Know That the leather basiaeae la eae that NO ONE caa learn la a weak, aarath year? My knowledge a leather and Its heaeflta la the raaalt ef asore than TWENTY TEARS ef acta, al experience. Thla la eae rea u I la It aoeltlaa U giva the sablic Ua heat material aa4 wechiiaahla la, Shea aa4 Bav aaaa Wars. QUICK SERYICB aad SATISFACTION. Try THOaf A ftwt SUsst Local Page Nwa ef Rrra and Vicinity, Gathered from Variety of Soerees. - Ora Gabbanl, Eva Simpson and S. E Steele is bark in Here from. . ..., . c i : I Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Henderson and ' . I .. I nH,.ll ... ' tn i V.. i..i ... i were ine guesvs in v. ... uuiu uu . lami.y, cunoay. led iiaiihari, wno nas oeen in wun rheumatism for several weeks, is now i i able to walk on crutches. The intermediate department of the ; l.apul r-ummy-scnoo, .icugnwu.- j l(V ST 1 1 It lS 1 1 ini nr lllf IIUIVII t'l'IIU"J evening by the teachers and officer)! j of this department. A number of in ! teresting (fames were enjoyed by the young folks. Both teachers and pu I pils felt better for having had a little play and look forward to the time I when they can meet for another so , cial. H. S. Morgan, prominent farmer near Whites Station, was in Berea on business the end of the week. Mr. Hollandsworth, of Depot street, says that in saying that he has had neuralgia and is (retting better. The Citizen has made a serious, if not grave, mistake. He says he has not had neuralgia and is not getting bet ter, but that he has had to pay too much taxes for too little government. Veda Ritter, of Depot street, was operated for appendicitis at the Rob inson Hospital Monday. It is re ported he is doing fairly well. Willie Huff recently moved into the house vacated by his brother, Tom Huff, on Elm street County Agent Robert F. Spence was in Mt. Vernon Monday carrying on discussion with the farmers con cerning live stock and incidentally at tended the opening of county court. Mrs. Elizabeth Pauley was visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Powell, on Depot street, Sunday. E. L. Dix, Miss Helen M. Kersey, and county agent Spence attended a community meeting, with lantern slides and lecture, the last of the week. Rev. R. B. Baker, of Corbin, spent Sunday with an old t'me friend, county agent "Red" Bob Spence, of Jackson street Mr. Baker expects to make Berea his permanent home sometime in the near future. A number of the country people gathered at the home of Charles Ven able, a few miles from Berea, on Tuesday night for a good social time, accompanied by string music, which was directed and superintended by Matt Moody, violinist. Berea guests report a fine time. Mrs. John Farmer, who has been sick for some time, is able to be out 'rs- Jbn Higgs went to Manches- ter last week to see her grandmother, Mrs. Andes, who passed away while Mrs. Higgs was there, w. E. Farmer, prominent merchant t Berea, left Tuesday for a two weeks trip to Harlan county. o. L. Gabbard and son are very ill w ith pneumonia. Joe Gilhert and family have moved to the E. E. Wyatt house on IYarl street. Bijf shipment of Tanlac just re ct'vid. Berea Drug Co., local agent '.. Dr. Cowley was taken sick on Sat urday and on Monday found it nec essary to go to Lexington, where he consulted several doctors and re turned Wednesday in good shape. j Miss Glatha Anglin, of Lowell, is visting her sinter, Mrs. R. E. Ven i able, of Chestnut street. THE SEASON OF Fruits We are eating more fruit than Fancy Apricots 35c Choice Muir Peaches 18c Fancy Large Halves Peaches. .. .23c Choice Prunes 18c Fancy Prunes 20c Clean, Bright Dried Apples ....25c Sun-Maid Raising 25c They are all the very best stock, fresh and fine. Freh fruits at all times Bananas, as, Lemons, Oranges, Apples. We will appreciate a share of your patronage. We want your eggs, and will pay the market price in Cash or mer chandise. If you have good butter, we will handle it Come to The Economy Pheae 1)0 Cfcestaat Street M .Idled and Mildred Farmer were1 the- guests of Katherine Ilufrlrtt of: Richmond, Saturday afternoon. j Mr. J. W. Herndon, who has been side for several daya appears to be improving, but la still confined to hi bed. Mrs. Warren Strachan, who has ; been visiting home folka for some time, has returned to her home in Berea. j t i v "fKri r, .aiuiiinj rvriiniK I with Miss Anna Katherine Huglctt i in Rii hmond. 1 Th' Rpr, nru" r- changed I hands airain, with Dr. Witt as part- I ner with Smith Gentry. S. C. Lewis, who has had an at- I tack of rheumatism, is better now. Mr , M p , , , on Mrs. S. E. Welch and Mrs. Jack Woods Monday afternoon and report is visiting at the home of W. T. n very nice visit. Lutes. Miss Mary Denny was in Lexington r. McGuire was in lxington Fri last week visiting friends. j ,ny (,n business. Wallace Bush, of Berea, spent last: Mr. anil Mrs. Dave Tarsons are re Sunday very enjoyably with Miss j(,i,ing over the arrival on Sunday Florence Estridge, of Wallaceton. I niirht of a ten-pound boy. Bill Mason Adams made a social West End Sunday-school continues call on Sunday, the 15th, at the home growing. There were forty-four of Miss Anna Katherine Huglett in present last Sunday. A new teacher Richmond.' ( nHs been procured for a young men's Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton class, called on Mrs. Jack Woods and Mrs J, W Purkey came home from the S. E. Welch, Monday, and relate of hospital the last of the week and on a very pleasant visit. ; Mmay returned to his business. Mrs. Jennie B. Fish, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Walker, Sergt Fletcher and (.1. DKS NEWS Miss Nellie McColl um, James M. Glades Sunday-school elected offi Reinhardt and Miss Helen M. Kersey,1 Cers Sunday for this year as follows: Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Scruggs and sev- ja,. H"rndon. Jr., superintendent em! other citizens of Berea went to Mrs. Frank Abney, assistant superin Richmond Tuesday night to atten 1 tendent; Henry BauKh, secretary, the American Legion minstrel con- Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Brown spent cert- Sunday with the John Cochran fam- t.. I.. Walker left Tuesday morning for Irvine on business. Dr. S. R. Baker, who has been in Mississippi looking after the interest of his plantation in Aberdeen, is back in Berea. John Parks, of near Depot Is very '" Lewis VanWinkle returned to Cin- cinnati, where he is to resume work Mrs. John L. Gay gave a birthday party for her twins. Mary and Miner- va, Tuesday afternoon. Jonn vt. vtelcn is putting up a new awning in front of hia store n.cn is quite an improvement the papr aml we ,,re(l the mont.y. Mr. and Mrs. John James expect to For particulars call on the local rep move from Jackson street into the resentative at Boone Tavern Barber Hensley property on Center street. Shop. John Bau(.rh was very unfortunate in losing both of his horses. It is thought that the horses must have been poisoned. -Mc-reary, nosu.n Koninson, William Bowers. Jr., and Lewis Davis motored to Richmond Sunday after- no"n- James M. Reinhardt went to Rich- mond the end of last week on busi- Miss Alberta Mitchell left, the end of the week, for Paris, where she is 11 I . W- T. . n. I periorming nuiy as nurse. Judge James T. Brown, who went to the west end postoffice last week, returned safely to Hoone Tavern. This deserves special mention, as it is the first time he has been off the Boone Tavern ponh since he went to the barber shop last May. (This ... ' '"'' .... w.u-rwi o.uy muse wno know Mr. Brown). Mrs. Osborne vis taken to the oucge nospiiai .iionuay evening with a severe cold which developed into a i sore throat. She is improving now. Mrs. Also,, Baker and Mrs. J. F., Smith were in Lexington Monday evening to attend a banquet given by the Ketucky league of Women Voters in honor of the president of the National League, Mrs. Maude VII it ...1.. 1 ... Wood Park. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible School topic: Elijah's Flight and Return Kings 19:9-18. Golden Text: I waiteil patiently for Jehov - ah, and He inclined unto to me "salms 40-1. It never pays to run away from duty. Do something. The Bible School is moving on. Attendance lust Lord's Day, reported ( 116 present, $3.06 offering. A vL.ithe children a health. ion was seen, and that of a high- Almost sixty percent of the chil water mark of 150 in Bible school . (,ren examined have bad tonsils. Over April 2. If you are not attending Bible School, we l.ave a place for i y ju. Come on. The Men's Bible Class is planning ot of good things. They would be pleased to have you join the class and help brighten the corner. 9:45 a. m., Bible School opens 10:00 lesson study, 10:50 song service. 11:00 scripture reading. 11:15 communion. 11:30 sermon by R. Boyd Baker. 6:15 C. E. topic: "Do Christian Principles Apply to Buying; and Selling?" 7:15 evening message by R. Boyd Baker. You are cordially invited to hear him. We welcome visitors. Prayer meeting Thursday evening, 7:15. WEST END ANI VICINITY Albert l.ogan Towery, Jr., arrived ,;t the home of Mr. and Mra. Logs Towery, Jnnuary 11. He weighed tight pounds. p. I.. Nash is out again, after a f,.w days' illness. Oscar C.abbard was confined at home the first of the week with a severe cold. Ted C.abbard ia able to walk nirain with the aid of crutches Hohart Johnson, from Chicago, Is ,., U! m t ii visiting nin nuov, mil. . .-... His mother, Mrs. Nannie Johnson, ! urrivrd Sunday. Leonard Isaacs, from Estill county, started Monday on a business trip with J. H. Jackson thru Eastern Kcn- tucky. Mrs. J. H. Jackson, who has been , , . ... ,., Miss Ilattie Jones, of Scaffold Cane, jiy f Whites Station. I Dr. Smith, of Annville, spent the wePi(.pnrt with his daughter, Mrs. Lloyd Beeley. Frank Mason (colored) was buried at Farristown. Sunday. ( Tine Roberts was discharged from the hospital last week and has re turned to Ohio, , Schuylor Johnson's fare encourters , very peasant smile. Why? To , wjfe Tuesday was born a little lady" friend. Come aKain, -Scike." I Now is the time to renew your auh Hcrinti.in to Th- riii Yon ROBINSON CLINIC IN NEW tJl'ARTERS The Robinson Clinic is now estab- ihel in the spacious quarters of the new building n Main street. All consultation and laboratory work, i Xray and Pathological, Ls done in the new laboratories in the same building. Hospital cases are treated I at the Robinson Hospital as before. ( , ijp.NT-TF CIIERS ASSOCIATION WILL MEET There is to be an important meet - irg of the Parent-Teachers Associa - tion at Knnpp Hall Tuesday, Janu ary 24. at 2:'!0 p. ni. The main ob ject of the meeting is to discuss the matter of afternoon moving picture' ,l u i i .l . - for the children of the town, and if , p,,sil.l.. mak e provision for bringing fll. , ....... 'I'" W...MV. i'lln-1 I ill M.( will l. Illtlllf,!, will le up and full attendance is ex- p,.( u-d ''l HEALTH WORK DONE IN BEREA During the last of Novvnibcr and thru I)",'nl"'r n important piece of multh work w carried on in the Berea Public School. All of the i hil- llnkn ,n tm chol were given medical j and dental examinations, just j thoro examinations as could be given un,,,'r the existing conditions, I n th' f,mr ul'Per grades a test i0' the bearing was made for each 1 thi!l; and a test of the vision was made in all except the first and sec "nl rrmv. These tests show some very inter etinf facts, besides showing the t'8' n, r "" I"rcnU the condition of nal tne rases of anaemia, flat-chest undernourishment, or delicate condi tion, have throat trouble. All the cases of heart trouble are either un- dernourished anaemic or throat cases also. This means that the throat condition is an index to a great deal of the sickness and physical troubles in the Berea children. There were fifty -seven cases of eyes so badly inflamed as to need at tention, and many were suspicious, altho only one was diagnosed aa a certain case of trachoma. Dr. Best and Dr. Logsdon did the examinations for the dental report. Doctors B. F. Robinson, Alson Baker, Cowley and Dudley did the medical oxamining. Mra. Anderson and Mr. Robinson were the nurses who helped. Members of the Woman's Club and Miss Kersey of the Red Cross did the How to Build One of the must important steps in the upbuild ing of your business is to establish the right bank ins connections -to deal with a Hank that in addi tion to furnishing routine facilities takes an active personal interest in the welfare and success of each customer. We invite your account on the basis of rendering just this kind service. As a member of FKPKKAI. RESERVE SYSTEM with its immense resources of over SIX MILLION DOLLARS we are able to coop erate with customers in furnishing the highest cha racter of safety for their funds and service in the upbuilding of their business. Come in and get acquainted. Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEREA , LILY WHITE FLOUR Better than ever. It bakes everything KENTUCKY CORN MEAL Hrt m the ma kct AUavs Irrvli. Sold at reanilre prices and guaranteed bv all grotrrt MANUFACTURED AT HOME Berea Milling Company BEREA KENTUCKY clerical work. The summary of the report follows: Dental All Examined 2X9 Good conditio,, r Fillings needed M! Extractions needed 115 Diseased gums 5 Treat, temp, teeth Orthodantia r,4 . . . . . . . . . . . 10 4 iGenirivitis p..k.,. 1 1 Medical All FxBmined-2fi7 (Incomplete reports due to absence oj) l-ndernourished 2 Anaemic 2rt ,)e!U.aU, 12 f-'lut . Ki.t.l . 9 Skin eruptions Had tonsils 1"B Pharyngitis 12 Adenoids Heart murmur Had lungs 12 Ear and Eye I. ids in bad condition II Lids inflamed 41 Eve test 12 ! Trat hoiua .... ! It t h ears bad 1 Hi One ear bad 1! Ear ache 4 Imperfect hearing T0 Eye test mided in first and see- , , . . end grades not counted. Hearing test fniir grades. not made in first Tanlac, that wonderful medicine, sold in Berea by Berea Drug Co. HER TASTES ARE SIMPLE. Mailt (Immliiitf up two hiHiks to lllirury iiiiniit ) N III yii charge the,, imi lk. pleuse, fur Mrs. ru Icy.Siuitli Assisliilit Are lliere uny other you wish for? .Maid No. .Mrs. Crnw ley Smllh doesn't mind wlml ihey are so long as they lime M- ilnt iind a huppy enj lii. London liroiiicle. Classified Advertisements Hammond Typewriter for cheap. Howard Hudson. sale, FOR SALE Good seven-room house; right. See J. W. HOSKINS. price HOUSE TO RENT My home on Boone street, furnished ed or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Ely Baker on Chestnut street. FOR SALE A good 3-inch sxlo Birdsale wagon, comparatively new. Will accept good note or cssh. B. B. Boen, 63 Center Street WANTED A good automobile driver. Apply to C. M. Canfield, Taxi Service, Glyndun Hotel, Rich mond, Ky. FOR RENT Three rooms, fur. nished or unfurnished. For other in formation call on J. G. Chasteen, first dwelling south of Swinford's store, on West Union pike. Your Business KENTUCKY NOTIC K If you have not paid your Graded School and City tax, you ran look 1 '"r your name in the list next week. K. L. feese. Tax Collector. It. Will sell or trade pure bred Barred Plymouth Rock Cockerels for others or same breed oi ditlrrent strain. all E. W. Lockin, R. R. No. 2, Box 14. Berea, Ky. TO CORRECT A MISTAKE I have not removed to Richmond. 'n M""11"' 10 1 Pea e Koo- inson Hospital at Bereft, and I am lnnn.Uy located here. Phone Be- r," U1;, (Signed) B. F. Robinson, M.D. 3 THE MT. JACKSON SANITARIUM COMPANY has made a substantial reduction in rates, effective January 1-22. Make g reservations now. West Washington street cars stop at the door. I hone Pelmont 1579, Indianapolis, Indiana. Just received a large shipment of the wonderful remendy, Tanlac. This is the gnat medic ine you have been hearing so much attout. The remeify that's made such a wonder ful reputation and which has accom plished such renuirkalile results and oxer the United States and Canada. Get your (m ttle now ai l!i ea I'riig to. HEREA RICHMOND AUTO LINE I Time-Table Ieaves Richmond (Clymdoa Hotel) T:O0 a. SB. Arrives Berea Tiii a. as. Leaves Berea (Boons Tavern) 10:M a. as. Arve tfcus s Una aa. ' fare 1JB I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I want an opportunity M eea vinre yea that I CAN SATE YOU MONET and give year feet comfort. And 1 want ts farther convince yoa that ear work sad Material Is af the vwry best, coapled with qaick servfoe, st prices as higher thaa yea pay for inferior wars sad pear service. All work gaareaUed. See TBOMA Short Street Ky. CONO-MO CORNS Re mo v and CALLOUSES Quickly, Safely, la s new and better way. CO-NO-MO is a neat, UNIQUE device. The last word of science. No knifa. Ati septic, Druglesa. Try this hygienic and SAFE WAY. Order it today NOWI Yoa will never want to ba without it GUAR ANTEED: Money refunded if not satisfied. Pries 60c. Mail orders promptly filled. C0-N0-M0 MFC. CO.. LaWatory Sales Dept. 204 CsatiaeatsJ Trait Bid,., Wassiiftsi, D.C.