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THE CITIZEN
February a, l2t
DR. J. R. ANDERSON
Office la Berea Bank A Traat C.1
BaiMlag
Berea, Ky. '
Offira Thoaa 117 Res. Phone 174
Notarv Public
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Practice 41 Chestnut St, by M. B. C hurch
in air Couna BEREA, KV.
O. L. GABBARD
Auctioneer
See liim at his Barber Shop
under Beret Pojt Office
Before letting date of rale
DR. LOGSDON
DENTIST
Office fconra 8-1 J a. m 1-4 a. at.
Government Dentiat
Located ia
BAKER BUILDING
Mala Street Berea, Kf.
fhime No. I
Subscribe through mt for roar fnagssines
and newspapers
I SAVE MONEY, I
E F. Harria
Boeaa Tavern Barbae 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 Cl&as Repairing
P ' AND
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA, KY
Jno. F. Deaa
J. W. Heradoa
DEAN ft HERNDON
Real Eetate Dealers
We bay and sell the earth. We
have soma very desirable city prop
erty and vacant lots in and aroond
Berea. Some lots that are real bar
grains and can sell on easy terms.
Some special attractions to Federal
Board men. A few small places for
rent; also soma good farms for sale.
See us if yon want to buy property
in cr around Berea. List your prop
erty with us if you want to sell.
Respectfully,
Deaa ft Heradoa
Berea, Ky.
EXTRAORDINARY OFFERS.
Cin. Post, daily $5.00
Sou. Agriculturist, weekly .... .50
The Citizen, weekly 1.60
Total $7.00
All three, 1 year, for $5.85
Cin. Weekly Enquirer $1X0
Sou. Agriculturist, weekly .... .50
The Citizen, weakly 1.60
Total $3.00
All three, 1 year, for $2.30
Send or bring: your subscriptions
to E. F. Harris, Boone Tavern Barber
Shop, Berea, Ky.
Do You Know
That the leather basiaeas b eaa
that NO ONE caa learn ia
weak, month er year? My
knowledge ef bather aad tU
benefits is the reaalt ef mere
Uaa TWENTY YEARS ef acts,
si experience. Thia la eae res.
sea I aa la poaitioa to give the
peblie the beet saatorial aad
werkmaaakip la Shoe sad Has
ess Work. QUICK 8ERYICB
aad SATISFACTION.
Try TBOktA
Street
Local Page
News ef Bwn and Yklaity,
Gstkered from a Variety
af Soereea.
Dr. Sally McCollum was called to
Berea last week by the serious Ni
ne of her sister, Mrs. Lou. Hanson.
Miss Anna Powell, who teaches at
Paris, Ky, spent the week-end In Be
rea at her home en Center street
J. W. Dinsmore was In Berea last
week visiting J. W. Herndon and
other friends.
Mrs. Lydia Whyland, a former res
ident of Berea, now living In Indi
anapolis, was in Berea for a short
time at the first of the week.
Miss Galatha Anglin, of Lowell, is
visiting friends in Berea this week.
County Agent "Red" Bob S pence
and Professor E. L. Dix, of Berea,
attended the community meeting at
Kingston, Monday night
Seth C. White has just Installed
some new up-to-the-minute pressing
machinery on Short street behind
Fowler's barber shop.
Neut Renaker and Miss Ella Hardy,
of Winchester, visited Mrs. Elizabeth
Pauley the end of last week.
Comett ft Dean have moved the
hardware department of their store
to the building formerly occupied by
Porter-Moore Drug Co. They are
now carrying a big-ger line of gro
ceries, field seeds, and have increased
their stock several thousand dollars
Seth C. White sold his interest in
the Dixie Lunch Room to Taylor
Baker last week.
Mrs. Noah B. Taylor, State Treas-
surer of the W. C. T. U, Mrs. S. W.
Blakemore and Miss Frances Shouse,
Superintendent of Department of
Scientific Temperance Instruction, of
Lexington, were in Berea Tuesday in
Interest of entering a Laurel county
boy in school. They visited the vari
ous departments and were delighted
with the institution.
Frank Jones was called to Scaf
fold Cane to see his brother, J. C.
Jones, who is quite ill with pneumo
nia and who, it is believed, is slow
ly improving.
Mr. Hensley, of Manchester, is
moving to Mrs. Frank Jones' prop
erty on the corner of Parkway and
Ilitrht streets, formerly occupied by
Mr. Metcalf, who has moved to Pros
pert street
Mrs. Lou. Hanson, who was strick
en with paralysis, is slowly improv
ing.
Rev. Baker, the new minister of
the Christian Church, will move to
the parsonage this week and will be
at home to his friends in a few days.
The members of the Christian
Church have been putting the par
sonage in order for the new pastor
by cleaning the walls, varnishing and
painting the woodwork and papering
the rooms.
W. B. Jones and Dr. Gabbard,
dentist made a business trip to Lex
ington this week.
The Citizen has been published
late several times because contribu
tions have not been handed in on
time. It is very important that The
Citizen gets out not later than Thurs
day noon in order that people in the
surrounding territory will receive a
copy before Sunday. Please get con
tributions in to the office as early in
the week aa possible.
Tanlac is a splendid tonic and sys
tem purifier, now selling; at the rate
of almost Ten Million bottles a year.
Berea Drug Co.
Cherry Pie
Oh, my, how good! We are not
selling the pie ready to eat Just now
We want to tell you about the cher
ries we are ac'ling. They are the
kind you must have to make a real
Cherry Pie. We are offering; a spe
cial on Canned Red Pitted Cherries
In 40 percent syrup. "Our special
price 3 cans for $1.00.
We have now Ponds' Peanut But
ter; the quality is fine; 1 lb. net pry
off top can, 25 cents a can; 1 lb. from
bulk only 20 cents per lb.
JELLO
It is easily prepared and makes an
excellent dessert Lemon, Orange,
Raspberry, Strawberry, Cherry, 13c
per package or Z for 25c.
When you buy coffee be sure and
say Economy Blend Coffee. We grind
it for you. It is high up in coffee
value, 30c per lb.
We have a real good flour w will
sell you for 00c 24 lb. bag.
We Want Your Eggs at the Market
Price for Cask
Cease te The Economy
Pkeae I St Caastaat Street
Mrs. Dave Jackson Is still 111 at her
home on Chestnut street
Earl Gott little grandson of Mr.
I and Mrs. J. E. Gott haa not been
I able to go to school the past week,
being threatened with pneumonia.
Mr. and Mr. T. M. Powell gave a
! birthday dinner In honor of Thomas
I Powell, Sunday. A number of near'
j relatives and friends were Invited, j
I Clell Tankersley, of Paint Lick, was
operated on for appendicitis at the
Robinson Hospital this week and Is
getting along nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gott and
daughter, Margaret Ruth, of Raven
na, spent Sunday and Monday of
this week with Mr. and Mrs. J. S.
Rutherford, of near Berea,
J. W. Kinnard bought the J. W.
Johnson property on Center street for
$4,000 and sold Johnson the house
and lot jrear Swinford's store for
$3,000.
Ernest Gabbard aold his interest in
the Gabbard and Whicker Garage to
his partner, Mr. WTilcker.
Mrs. Clark Everaole left on the
noon train Wedneaday for Hazard,
where she will visit relatives and
friends.
Word comes from Mr Taylor In
Philadelphia that Mrs. Taylor ia
much improved. We hope that she
and Mr. Taylor will be at home in
Berea soon.
MRS. BURN ELL SERIOUSLY ILL
The Citizen has just received word
that Mrs. Sallie Burnell, widow of
William Burnell and mother of An
thony Burnell, living near Narrow
Gap, ia seriously ill and her friends
are greatly concerned. Mrs. Burnell
is more than 80 years old and has a
wide range of acquaintances.
UNION CHURCH
Services on Sunday morning;. Rev.
C. Rexford Raymond will preach.
Will be held as usual next week. The
omission this week was on accoun;
of the services in the College Chapel
. PARENT-TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION
The Parent-Teachers Association
will hold its regular meeting Friday,
February 10, at 2:30 p. m., at the
Public School. The devotional exer
cise will be conducted by Rev. Chas.
Holder. The program, which will be
put on by the different grades of the
school, promises to be one of interest
Some music, also, will be furnished.
The trustees of the school are
urged to be present at this meeting,
and townspeople are cordially. invited.
NEW BUS LINE SCHEDULE
In this issue of The Citizen cornea an
announcement of the newly arranged
schedule of the Canfield Bua Lines.
This schedule will meet with consid
erable appreciation on the part of
Berea citizens.
Mr. Canfield belongs to the Central
Kentucky Motor Bus Association, of
which there are eight members oper
ating in principal cities of Central
Kentucky. Beginning next Monday,
Mr. Canfield expects o start a Bus
Line from Berea to Irvine.
BAPTIST SUNDAY-SCHOOL
Report of Baptist Sunday-school
for Sunday, January 28, 1922:
Enrolled 381
Present 402
On Time S86
Bibles 303
Givers 352
Lessons Studied 277
Attended Preaching 289
Collection $18 25.
A CORRECTION
I wish to correct a mistake that
was put in The Citizen last week con
cerning the death of James West
Instead of being survived by two
half brothers, Alex Bbrnaum and St
Clair Walker, he ia survived by three
half brothers and three half sisters
Mrs. Betty Kavenaugh, Mrs. Laura B.
Cornelison, Mrs. Clarinda, Dan West
Alex Bumaum, St Clair Walker.
Get rid of that nervous, fretful
feeling. Brace up. Take Tanlac
and you will look everybody In the
face with a smile. Sold at Berea
Drug Co.
Atk your Grocer for Chester Bread Made by New System Bakery
The Home Made Kind
IS BEST FOR YOU
Hot Mas krmi
Km Mas. tall
Hmn Mas DeaisaeU
Haa Mast Pisa
Hams Mas. Calm
Haa Mais Pastry
For
NEW SYSTEM BAKERY
Bart Howe, Manager
WEST END AND VICINITY
J. H. Parsons from Paris la visit
ing his sons here this week.
Mr. Swinford haa painted the In
side of his store and greatly Im
proved its appearance.
Burt Mullins, 'Leroy Wyatt and
Frank Swinford were In Disputants
the first of the week visiting friends,
HarWd Parsons severely cut his
foot last week but ia now able to
walk on it
I Wirtn4 Mutllna fmm DianutAnta
spent Sunday night at Frank Swln
ford'a. George Farrott was In Mt Vernon
the first of the week on business.
W. B. Harris left Monday for a
business trip to Somerset
Mrs. Nannie Johnson, who has been
here aince last summer under medl
cat treatment left Monday for Chi
cago to take further treatment there.
Dr. Steele of Corbin waa here last
week calling on Mrs. J. H. Jackson,
who has not been well lately,
Henley Gentry from Minnesota is
here to visit his mother, Mrs. D. W
Jackson, who has been in bed about
two weeks,
Mrs. Binam Pitta seems to be the
first in our community to start the
"Red" business -for the year as she
haa already set some hens.
Mrs. D. F. Parsons plans to enter
tain ber ten children during the com
ing year on their birthdays. She be
gan with the oldest Mrs. James W.
Fowler, last Saturday.
Robert Gabbard from Big HilLand
Mr. and Mrs. C. C Blanton sited
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Gabbard, Satur
day.
GLADES NEWS
Word has been received here that
Elder D. G. Combs, veteran mountain
evangelist died at the home of a
daughter at Mt Sterling, recently, at
the age of 86. Elder Combs, aa an
evangelist of the Christian Church,
haa been very successful. He has
held several meetings at the Glades
Christian Church in past years and
has many admiring friends here who
are deeply grieved by hia passing.
Starns Freeman was in Lexington
Monday on a business mission.
J. M. Kinnard is having his prop
erty here repaired considerably by
adding another room, new roof,
porches, etc. This work beaut i net
the home greatly, and the occupant
Mr. Rowlett seems well pleased with
the job.
Preaching will be had Sunday, Feb
ruary 12, at the church, 11 a. m.
Everybody is invited, especially the
members, to come.
Arthur Johnson, Route 1 Berea, has
joined our long list of subscribers by
handing the local agent $1.60. Others
are invited to do likewise, and now
is the time while you can get the
great farm paper, Southern Agricul
turist together with The Citizen
both one year for $1.60. Support
our paper loyally. We will then be
able to cover this section with all
the latest news like the dew in early
spring.
BAPTIST CHURCHES PASS RESO
LUTION IN SUPPORT OF
LAW AND ORDER
We, representatives of sixteen Bap
tist Churches, assembled in a jneet
ing at Oak Grove Baptist Church in
Jackaon county, adopt the following
resolution:
1. Be it resolved that we are In
favor of law and order and the ad
ministration of justice.
2. And heartily approve and en
dorse .the policy and action of our
Circuit Judge, Hiram J. Johnson, and
subordinate officers and co-executives
in this judicial district and county in
the enforcement of law the suppres
sion of lawlessness and in the appre
hension and punishment of the crimi
nals.
3. That we pledge to him and
them our most loyal support in creat
ing a good public sentiment, in the
detection and punishment of crime
and in giving our service as good citi
zens in upholding the majesty of our
government
January 23, 1922.
W. H. Anderson, Moderator
Boyd Farmer, Clerk
Copy by A. C. Huston, Enlistment
Worker, Baptist State and Home
Mission Boards, Jackson County.
Tanlac, the celebrated medicine, is
now sold by Berea Drug Co.
Take a needed rest .while we do your
baking for you. "Home Made" means
a lot when applied to our bakery goods.
TRY THEM
special orders phone 199
Beraa, Kentucky
As a Customer of This Bank
you receive service that enables you to make the
most of your business oppurtunities.
Our facilities are complete and up-to-date in
every respect and our membership in the FEDERAL
RESERVE SYSTEM, with its resources of over SLX
BILLION DOLLARS, places us in a position to
afford customers a character of service that is un
excelled for efficiency in every detail.
t
"Stability and good Service" is the . watchword
of this institution.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
BEREA
LILY WHITE FLOUR
Better than ever. It bakes everything
KENTUCKY CORN MEAL
Best on the market. Always Iresh. Sold at reasonable
prices anil guaranteed by all grocers
MANUFACTURED AT HOME
Berea Milling Company
BEREA L KENTUCKY
CANFIELD BUS LINES'
BEREA DIVISION
Lv. Richmond Lv. Berea
7:00 a. m. 10: 4 a m
10:00 a. m. 2:45 p. m
Fare one way, 75 cents
WINCHESTER DIVISION
Lv. Winckeater Lv. Rick mead
8:30 a. m 3:30 p. m
Lv. Berea
6:15 a. m
8:00 a.m.
Lv. Richmond
7:00 a. m.
Fare one way, $1.00
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Lve tVrm for Richmond 9:15 a. m.
Leave Richmond for Berea 7:90 p.m.
All buses going into Winchester make direct connection with Atlantic
Electric Co. buses for Lexington st tare ot SO cents when tickets sre
purchased. Also makes connection with C&O. (or Louiaville at 8.20
a. m and 505 p. m. Passengers returning from Lexington should leave
on Winchester bus leaving motor bus waiting room at 7 a m. and 5 p.m.
Classified Advertisements
Hammond Typewriter for
cheap. Howard Hudson.
sale,'
FOR SALE
Good seven-room house;
right See J. W. HOSKINS.
price
FOR RENT
Soma nicely furnished rooms; also
some unfurnished rooms. For par
ticulars call on Mrs. Laura Jones,
Berea, Ky. .
FOR RENT Three rooms, suiUble
for light housekeeping. Good, com
fortable, well-lighted rooms. Call on
or address Mrs. Mary White, Walnut
Meadow, near College Barn.
WANTED Man with car to sell
low-priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130.00
per week and commissions. GRA
HAM TIRE CO., 1601 Boulevard, Ben
ton Harbor, Mich.
Vill sell or trail purs-krH Berred"
Plymouth Rock Cockerels for others
of same breed of different strain. 1
Call E. W. Lockin, R. R. No. 2, Box
14, Berea, Ky.
TO CORRECT A MISTAKE
I have not removed to Richmond.
On November IB I reopened the Rob
inson Hospital at Berea, and I aa
permanently located here. Phone Be
rea, 141.
(Signed) B. F. Robinson, M.D.
THE MT. JACKSON SANITARIUM
COMPANY ,
has made a substantial reduction ia
rates, effective January 1-22. Make
reservations now. West Washington
street cars stop at the door. Phone
Belmont 1579, Indianapolis, Ipdiana.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
All persons having claims sgainst
the estate of the late Carlos E. Moore
are hereby notified to have sam
verified and presented to the under
signed on or before March 1, 1922,
or they will be debarred. Those
owing the estate must aettls st once
Mrs. China Moors, Admx
Paint Lick, Ky.
Tanlac, the remarkable remedy that
everybody ia talking; about; Is sold
by Berea Drug Co.
KENTUCKY
C. M. CANFIELD, Mgr.
Lv. Rkameed
1:30 p.m.
8:00 p. sn.
Lv. Winchester
6:00 p. m.
Shoes Shoes
We repair them with
the very, best material,
using skilled workmen
and the latest machinery
with highest workman
ship. Satisfaction Guaranteed
You will find our prices
very reasonable, consist
ent with the advantages
you rereive at our shop
We pay postage on shoes
sent by parcel post going
out. Be convinced by
giving us a trial.
W. R. Rambo
Berea College Shorn Repair
Short St, Berea, Ky.
J. F. CLEMMER
PLUMBER
Phone 83
Berea, Ky
I Want to Do Your
Shoe Repairing
I wsat aa opsertaalty te
vines yea that I CAM SAYS
YOU MONET aad gyve year
feet comfort Aad 1 want to
farther coaviace yea that ear
work ead saatorial la ef the eery
beet, coaplad with
st prices ae kirker
pay for inferior week as4
service. All week
See TBOMA
Short treat Bares, Ky.

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