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Part Four
THE CITIZEN
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DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Offc la Berea Bank A Traat C.
Baildiag
Berea, Ky.
Office fnotie S17 Rea. Plume 174
Notar Public
Phone No. 49
W. B. WALDEN
ATTORNEY-ATL AW
Notary Public
Practice
in all Courts
BEREA. KY.
O. L GABBARD
Auctioneer
See him at lu liirUr Stnp
under Iterta Post Office
Utfcre m tting date of liv
DR. LOGSDON
DENTIST
Ofliee houra 8-12 a. m, 1-4 p. m.
Government Dentlit
Located In
BAKER BUILDING
Main Street Berea, Kf
Phone No. 3
t
Dr. J. C. Gabbard
DENTIST
Office in Berea Bank & Trust
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
Hours
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Daily
Phone 145
J. F. CLEMMER
PLUMBER
Phone 83
Berea, Ky
list Your Property
TOR SALE
with
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Berea, Kentucky
F. L. MOORE'S
Jewelry Store
FOR
First Claas Repairing
AND
Fine Line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA KY
REMEMBER
You live in your clothes
most of the time. So keep
them neatly cleaned and
pressed. For the most
careful attention to your
clothes
call
The Model Press Shop
PHONE 71
BUILDING THE ADVERTISEMENT
Here's an easy way to go about
making up your ad.
First, lay out with pencil and ruler,
on paper, the exact dimensions of
your space.
Next, try to fnd aome distinctive
way to use tha border lines. If you
ara advertising furniture, a heavy
border will be" in keeping ... If
your line is dry goods, select a dainty
border.
If you want tt use a cut, sea where
you think it will "go" beat in your
apnea. Then an effective head line.
Sketch it in.
Now figure out tha best place for
the type, and rule lines to indicate
it
Now you are ready to writ your
text-matter, and to indicaU the place
for your nama or signature.
Try this plan, and sea how much
better it ia than "going at it blindly."
Tha Advertising Club of St Louis.
Local Page
firm at Berea aad Vlelaitr,
Gathered frem Variety
af SoartM.
D. W. Jacknon will be at homa the
laot of the week.
Mrs. II. K. McKecn aluo fell the'
fame morning but was lucky to re-j
reive no lerioua injuries. i
J. W. Johnson and family moved
laot wiM-k from Center street to their
new home in the west part of town.
W. A. Lockhart, recently proprie
tor of Boone Tavern Barber Shop, is.
Berea.
Mrs. R. C. Sanders and children re
turned home Monday, after spending
ten days with her mother, Mrs. D. W.
Jackson.
Mrs. Kate Tatum and daughter,
Vol 1 ; MtinwAd T i i a at si a r frvtm at Via It
with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tatum at!
Ravenna.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Hutching, wife of President Hutching,
.who is ill in Cleveland, 0. is im
proving.
Pres. W. J. Ilutchins gave a very
i interesting and helpful talk to the
' Woman's Industrial Monday after-
Brure Trimble, student of the Col
I lege Department, returned Monday
from a visit to his parents in Menifre
: county. v
I Harris and Terrill, proprietors of
I The Economy Grocery, are now lo-
catcd in their new place on Chestnut
street.
Tom Adams, of Kingston, fell
the morning of the sleet, brol her
arm, and seriously hurt her side,
which is causing muchpain.
Mrs. Elmer Lewis is slowly re-
' with pneumonia fever. Mr. Lewis
has also been sick for a few days
but is again able to be about.
G. G. Hibbard has just returned
from the burial of his sister, Mrs. j
Mary Tipton, of Manchester, whO
died with influenza and pneumonia,
1 on March 5. '
Dora Bauer ana nis sister, oars.
' Shields, of Champaign, 111., and Mr.
and Mrs. Shearer of Tuscola, 111.,
who were called here by the death of
their mother, Mrs. Sallie Baker, re
turned home the first of the week.
S. C. Rice, former student of Berea
and at one time member of the Fac
ulty of the Foundation School, was
visitinjr in Beiea on Tuesday. Mr.
Rice is now the evangelist singer for
the Kentucky Conference of the M. E
Church
John Muncy has sold his splendid
home on Jackson, street to G. E.
Porter and will give possession about
April 20. Mr. Muncy will begin at
once the erection of a new house on
hi lot next to Dr. Felton's, but ex
pects to live temporarily In the home
now occupied by Dr. Porter on Estill
street.
John W. Welch was sick at his
home on Chestnut street all of last
week.
Annabell and Edward Porter have
been very sick with flu.
Joe Parsons, who delivers for Cor
nett & Dean, is very ill at this writ
ing. Mrs. Gilbert and two daughters are
very sick with flu.
Dr. B. F. Robinson made a business
trip to Cincinnati Tuesday.
John Mullins is moving into his
new home that he purchased from B.
Harris on Chestnut street
Elsie, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Davidson, has been
quite ill with flu.
Mr. and Mrs. Lemoy, of Evanston,
111., are visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Cunningham.
John W. Welch goes to Knoxville
Thursday, the ninth, to speak ti he
Merchants' Association on "Selling
Sense."
George Taylor and family, of Rid
mond, relatives of Mrs. Sallie A
Baker, were over from Richmond to
attend her funeral Sunday.
G. G. Hibbard passed thru Hiram
Johnson's Judicial District last week
and reports that he did not aee a sign
of booze or ii.oonshine in his '.is-
trict.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Logan, of Dan
ville, were visiting Mrs. Logan's
mother, Mrs. Sallie Adams, on Center
street during the week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Benton Fielder have
announced the arrival of a fine boy,
but so far they have been unable to
decide upon a name for him. We
would suggest that they make him
the name ake of his uncle, Leonard,
who distinguished hiroutlf in the or
atorical content at Danville lat Sat
urduy evening.
Over a quarter of a million well
known men and woman from differ
ent parts of the country have signed
written endorsements for Tanlac.
Berea Drug Co.
It is reported that Will Moberly.l
who has keen unflned In Manchar
jail for various violations of tha law,'
was captured in Richmond after ha
had broken the Manchester jail. Be
was placed in tha Richmond Jail to'
wait for tha arrival of tha Clay:
county officers.
Mrs. Mahon and family ara moving,
this week to their new home on Estill'
street.
The newly established firm of R.
R. Harris and Harold Terrill is now
located and doing business in the
building formerly occupied by C. D.
Smith's dry goods store.
E. L Feeae, of Center street, who
has been laid up for several days
with a sprained knee and ankle, is
now out again. Those of us who
have been worrying over having to
keep our tax money can now rest
easy as Mr. Feese Is on the job
again.
Dean Waugh, who has been down
with flu for several days, is improv
ing, tho nut yet able to be out. i
Mr. Taylor has Just received a
letter from Philadelphia saying thatj
Mrs. Taylor is slowly improving and
is now able to wit up an hour each
day. I
John Fowler, one of Borea's fore
most oaroers, is connnea mis weeK
with flu.
WEST END AM) VICINITY
J. W. Purkey, who has been absent
from his store for some time be-'
cause of illness, was able to return
Monday.
Mrs. Raleigh Davis and Mrs. Pur
key visited their sister, Mrs. Harold
Parsons, Sunday. J
Joe Parsons was kept at home by.
flu the first of the week. j
Ernest Swinford moved to the
house vacated by W. C. Winkler. j
Mr. Parrott was elected superin-,
tendent of West End Sunday-school,
Sunday, as Mrs. Kilboume is going
away.
C. H. Todd was unable to carry the(
mail last week on account of illness.
W. J. Blanton carried the mail on his
route. '
Mr. and Mrs. James Fowler of
Maydee and Greene Parsons of Bob
town visited Mrs. D. F. Tarsons, Sun
day, j
Mrs. Wm. Swinford writes from
Florida that her health is greatly im
proved and they plan to return as
soon as winter is over.
Miss Mhyme Black of Richmond is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Jack
son, this week.
Homer Johnson, who has been at
his uncle's, J. H. Jackson's, all winter,
was called to Leroy, 111., by the seri
ou illness of his mother.
POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT
What promises to be the most en
joyable program given in Berea this
year will be held in the Parish House
Wednesday, March 15, at 7:30 p. m.
Select talent from the College and
town will contribute instrumental and
vocal music. Choice readings, both
serious r.nd humorous. The Wo
man's Christian Association of the
Union Church ia fostering the enter-tai-viunl
for th-i purpose of complet
ing the interior decoration of the new
church. You will get your money's
worth by coming besides aid inn this
great work.
MRS. SALLIE BAKER PASSES
AWAY
Mrs. Sallie Baker died at her home
here Saturday, aired 82 years. She
was the wid w of tie late Bro'jston
Baker who passed away several years
ago. She was widely connected in the
county and was beloved by a large
circle of friends and relative. She
has been a member of the Rnptist
church since childhood and was de
voted to its teachings. Surviving
her are four daughters and ore son.
Funeral services were conducted Sun
day at 2:00 o'clock and interment in
the Berea cemetery.
SHUT UP THE CHICKENS
The Jackson Street I-eairup, at a
nieetinpr Monday evening, authorized
a committee to send a communication
to all owners of poultry on the street,
urging them without delay to comply
with the city ordinance which re
ouires that fowls should not be al
lrwed to go at large but should be
confined to the owner's premises.
This is the time when seed is sown
in the lawns and parkways und the
prass is starting, and fowls will do
a great amount of damage if allowed
lo scratch in the soft earth rvij feed
i.pon the young blades of gTass.
Chickens are not discriminating in
their search for tid-bits.
It is hoped that this friendly no
tice will be at once acted upon,
f Signed) Committee on Sanitation
The league also directed that this
notice should be in The Citizen as a
reminder to other people In town to
try to ba good neighbors, even tho
they are not so fortunate as to liva
on Jackson street.
Tanlac's best advertising comes
from people who have actually used
it Berea Drug Co.
THE UNION CHURCH
Tha Sunday morning service will
be conducted hy Prof. J. W. Raine,
and there will be a reception of new
members.
The prayer meeting this week will
be lead by It. J. Christopher.
A cordial invitation ia given to
these services.
PARENT-TEACHERS
ASSOCIATION OF THE PUBLIC
SCHOOL
The Parent-Teachers Association
meets Friday afternoon at 2:30.
The devotional exercise will be con
ducted by Rev. Howard Hudson, and
the program will be presented by the
parents instead of the children.
Music will be one of the features of
the program.
Everyone is invited to be present
at this meeting and a special and
urgent imitation is extended to the
trustees of the Public School.
Classified Advertiaementa
LOST Cameo pin with gold rim
around it. Finder please return to
owner and get reward. Mrs. John W.
Welch, Chestnut street.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Pure blood Buff Orpington. Set
ting of 15, 75 cents. Howard Hud
son. Phone 108.
FOR SALE Two pair of draft
mares, S and 9 years old. Terms,
cash or on time with interest J. A.
Carter, R. 2, Berea, Ky.
FOR SALE
Fifteen White Leghorns, $18. Five
White Wyandotte Cockerels. Mrs. !
R. E. Bartlett
FOR RENT Large bam and lot
on Depot street See Mrs. Mollie
Parks, Chestnut street near Berea
National Bank.
FARM WANTED Wanted to hear
frtm owner of a farm for sale for
fall delivery. Give lowest price. L.
J.m.-s, Box 551, Olney, III.
FOR RENT One large room,
beautiful location, on Center street
Apply Mrs. Sallie Hall, 30 Ceiter
street Berea, Ky.
AGENTS Write Elaine today.
Rig money right now, selling Elaine
washable spring dress materials in
your own territory. ELAINE, P. O.
Box 672, Cincinnati.
FOR SALE
Very desirable building lot on good
concrete walk. Water line and elec. .
trie lights. A bargain. Price, $400.
See R. R. Harris, The Economy!
Store.
FOR SALE j
Place your order for eggs from !
fine laying White Wyandottes. Fif
teen 11.50, thirty 2.50, fifty 14.00,
one hundred $7.00. A few Wyan
dotte Cockerels at $1.50 each. Mrs.!
R. E. Bartlett.
EGGS FOR HATCHING
Pltrmilntk RnrV Hffini for
setting. Pure-bred. Strain direct,
from flock at State Experiment SU-'
tion. Place your order now. Mrs.:
D. S. Greene, phone 125-3, Walnut
Meadow pike, Berea, Ky. I
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE 1
All claims against the estate of
Mrs. Sallie Burnell should ba filed be
fore April 1st j
A. W. Burnell, AdmiHstrator
SNAPPY SAYINGS. 10 CENTS
Be witty and funny win a reputa
tion as a smart talker. Hundreds of
best humorous epigrama and para
graphs in handy volume. You can
use them as your own. Sent post
paid for a dime cash. O. M. HAYS,
Box 1643, Jacksonville, Florida.
GLADIOLUS BULKS FOR SALE
We have several hundred of Kun
derd's Primulinus Hybrids for sale
sman size 3c, 30c per doz; large, 6c,
60c per doz; also tha following
named varieties: America, Halley,
Ruffled Glyy, . Europa, Mrs. Frank
Pendleton, Niagara, Schwaben and
North Star. D. J. Lewis, Berea, Ky.
FOR SALE
Having sold my farm, I have for
sale the following:
1 team draft mares, S and 7 years
old; 1 saddle and driving mare, 5
years old; 1 Deering mowing ma
chine and rake; 1 two-horse 2 3-4 In.
Studebaker wagon; 1 No. 20, left
hand, Oliver turning plow; 1 No. 12,
left hand, Vulcan turning plow.
It will pay anyona needing any of
the things mentioned above to sea ma
before buying. T. B. Stephenson, 58
Center street Berea, Ky, phone 75.
Twenty million people have taken
Tanlac with the mot gratifying re
sults. Berea Drug Co.
Business
As an up to-date business man you need the service
and co-operation of an up-tadate Bank a Bank that places
safety and efficient cooperation with customers ahead of
other considerations.
This institution renders service of this character, and
as a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, our
facilities and our knowledge of present day conditions are
always upto-date in every particular.
We cordially invite your rhecking account and pay
47c interest on your surplus funds deposited in our Savings
Department.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY. Cashier
BEREA
The Economy Store in New
Location
We art now located on the north side of 1 best
nut street, next door to ('. I). Smith's Dry (iotxis
Store, where we welcome our many customer,
whom we assure that we fully appreciate.
NEW FIRM
R. R. Harris and Harold Terrill have formed .
partnership and we are glad to say to you that as
heretofore we will adhere to the old principles of
The Economy Store. Full value every time and
we assure you that we will give you the hest goods
lor a reasonable price and if at uny time you
should receive unsatisfactory goods don't fail to
let us know. We will please you. We cordially in
vite you to visit our new store.
Telephone 130 The Economy t elcphone 130
AGAIN I SAY
That we do not cobble shoes. We have the best
equipment coupled with our exierienie and workmanship
which terms us as mechanics NOT COBBLERS.
Compare our work with that of others and you will
aree with us in this: "It's not so much how much yn)
pay, it's what you Ret for what you pay."
First class work for those who care.
See
THOMA
Short Street
go to G. V. TODD'S ppo
Gott's Old Stand
For
Dry Goods and Groceries
ALSO
BEST AND CHEAPEST MEATS
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR PRODUCE
GUARANTEED SATISFACTION
When we repair your shoes it is done with the
very best leather, besides every stitch and tak is
guaranteed.
When your shoes give way it's time to look for
a shoV shop that does the work so reasonable
that it will pay instead of purchasing new ones.
Come to our shop when your shoes are run down,
tiuaranteed Satisfaction is our motto.
W, R.
Berea College Shoe Repair
CANFIELD BUS LINE
IIEKEA DIVISION
L. Berea L. Richmoad L. Berea Lv. Blcbawaa
6:15 a. m 7:00 a.m. 10:4. a m 1:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 2:45 p. m 8:00 p.m.
Fare ona way, 76 centa
Men Need
KENTUCKY
Berea, Kentucky
RAMBO
Short Street

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