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TUCmZKM March II, Iftt DR. i. E. ANDERSON OSc (a Berea Baak A Treat C. Bandtaff Berea, Ky. OfSre rhon SIT Re. Pa 174 Netar Publk Phon No. 4t W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Pr actio in all Courts BEREA, KY. O. L GABBARO Auctioneer See him at his Barber Shop under Bert Post Office Before setting date of sale DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Ofiee hour 8-H a. ., 1-4 a. a. Government Dentist Located la BAKER BUILDING Mala Street Berea, Ky, Pkoa Na. S 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 Pbone 145 J. F. CLEMMER PLUMBER Phone 83 Berea, Ky list Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentacky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First CUm Repairing AND Pin 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 WILL BEAT SATAN TO IT "Jack calls mi hit Idol and says I shall ntvtr hav to do anything but let him Vkorshlp m." "Well, after your marrlad hs'll And plsnty for Idol hand to do." Fame's Mtthod. Tou'll And that lif' laurala To all nirn an Imilt-r.il With tU 111 tlr plnH- jjpaW Local Page New W Bar sad YkiaRr, Gataersd frsa a Variety of Soaree. J. H. Jackson, of Chestnut street. ii sick with flu. Chan. Davidson hat rone to East Bernstadt on business. B. Harris is in Campton, Ky., this week. Walter Jones made a flying; trip to Cincinnati this week. A. B. Comett went to Hazard this week on business. Katherine Venable is still confined to her room with flu. Joe Brannaman has been on the sick list this week, but is improving. Mrs. Job Morris, of Depot street, has been very ill with flu, but she is up again. Felix Pennington spent over Sun day with his father and other rela tives in Ohio. Mrs. A. II. Hopkins, of Forest street, 1s visiting her husband at Zoo, Ky. Emest Swinford and wife are the glad parents of a new baby girl born Wednesday 15. B. Harris has moved into his resi dence lately bought from John Mul lins near the depot. L. A. Watkina is erecting a store house on the northern end of Broad way. Arch Beatty and family have all had flu, and Mrs. Beatty is still seri ously ill at her residence on Rail road street. Catherine Powell, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Powell of Depot street, has been very ill with flu, but is getting better. John Muncy has begun the eree- ton of an up-to-date residence on Jackson street. Preparations for a fountain are be- ng madQ at the corner of Main and Chtstnut streets. The Silver Creek community had a wonderful community meeting Mon day along the line of health. A .plendid play waa given by the club members, and arrangements also made for giving the cows of the com munity a tubercular test. A. Pruitte Smith says Elm street is all right and would like to know how her sister streets are faring. James M. Reinhardt, the enterpris ing managing editor of The Citizen, made a wonderful business trip to Cincinnati the last of the week. Tommy Powell, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Powell of Depot street, is very ill with flu. Mrs. T. M. Powell has been very ill with flu at her home on Depot street, but is getting alon? nicely at present. Mark Clark, star basketball for ward for Eastern State Normal School, srent the week-end with home folks in Berea. H. II. Harrison, of Stanton, spent the week-end in Berea with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harrison. Scott Johnson, a member of the Federal Board, who has been taking rooms with T. M. Powell on Depot street, has recently moved to Tom Huff's porperty on Elm street. "Red" Bob Spence was in Rock castle last week visiting the club members and farmers in the various sections of Disputanta, Scaffold Cane, Roundstone, and Conway. The farm ers in these sections are up with their work and heartily cooperating with the county agent. Season of Planting There is a seed time, there is a harvest Dime, prepare. Buy your seeds and be ready when the time comes to plant. If you have a place be sure and seed and cultivate a truck patch, 1922. The Economy Store is pleased to tell you we have olentv of earden seeds, sweet peas, nasturtium seeds in the bulk. D. M. Ferry & Co. gar den and flower seeds. Onion Sets, Sweet Potatoea We have priced these article, carrying a very small margin of profit, working to the end of supply ing our trade with reliable and de pendable seeds at a reasonable price. Be sure you are right, and then go ahead to plant Come to see us in our new store next to C. D. Smith's dry goods store THE ECONOMY STORE R. R. Harris Harold Terrill Telephone 130. We Pay Cash for Your Eggs, Good Butter, Ham Shoulders and Sid Meat Mr. Ellen Strunk and little daugh ter, Catherine, have been very ill with the flu, but they are almost well and will oon b able to return to school. The Welch Department Store is crippled this week with Misses Mar gurite snd Arcie Lowen, Miss Elkin and Joe Gilbert, four of their regular clerks, out with flu. Jack Henderson, who had been I called to Berea last week by the seri ous illness of his mother, left Tues day for his home in Oklahoma. Eva Bowling, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowling, who has been sick with flu, Is now able to sit up far awhile each day. Lee Bowling, who has been suffer ing for several weeks from appen dicitis, was able to go back to his work at the College Power Plant on Tuesday, March 14. During the process of a dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mr. Emest Campbell, last Friday evening, their house caught on fire. Mr. Campbell and the visitor put the Are out after about $20 worth of damage had been done. The Are de partment misunderstood the call and stopped at the Robinson Hospital, thinking the Are was there. Mrs. Sallie Adams is very ill with pneumonia at her home on Center street. Her three sons, Len, Tom, snd Wallace, and her daughters. Grace and Mrs. Mary Logan, are with her. H. C McCreary went to Bond on Monday to kstall electric .fixtures and wires in the dormitories of the private school at Bond. Mr. Mc Creary has just recovered fnm a siege of sickness which lasted several weeks. We were with yoa at the Front. We want to ttay with you and help you Solve your problems. Standing by the ex-service man is our mission we have no other. Subscribe now. "The Stars and Stripes" $2.00 per year. Walter White, Industrial Bldg. : SEE IT Tt'ESDAY EVENING Coming in College Chapel, Tuedav evening, March 21, "The Stream of Life." This is a wonderful p mix tion in the movie world. Proceed go to benefit Knapp Hall and the Pub'ic School. See this picture. Hel- the schools. UNION CHURCH The usual Sunday morning services will be held and Professor Hirschy will preach. The Thursday night prayer meeting will be led by Mr. E. L. Roberts. A cordial invitation is given to all to attend these meetings. MR. BOWMAN RE-ELECTED TO PUBLIC SCHOOL The trustees of the Graded School met this week and elected J. C. Bow man principal for another year by unanimous vote. This in itself is a high recommendation for Mr. Bow man, and he needs and deserves the continued support ft the patrons of the school. WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Montgom ery of California are visiting her friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Jennings of Cartersville visited Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Todd Monday. Mrs. J. B. Kilboume and children left Sunday for Harlan county to be with her husband, who has employ ment there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Parsons have moved to Mr. Kilboume place. Miss Naomi O'Rourke, who has been very sick with flu, is able to be out again. Mrs. Dan Short visited Mrs. Stanley Fowler, Thursday. Mrs. Gladys Todd is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Poff, of Bobtown. CHRISTIAN CHURCH SOCIAL Rarely in the annals of Berea has there been chronicled a more enjoy able occasion than the church supper and reception given at the Christian Church Wednesday evening in honor of the new minister, R. Boyd Baker and family. Tho occasion has been one of lively anticipation for some week So the house was filled early and, supper being the first thing on the program, was served amid general merriment After the supper Charlea Holder in an able manner acted a master of ceremonies, and the entertainment program for the evening began. The program was r delightful one, con sisting of instrumental and vocal music and reading. Afterward Mr. Holder introduced, in a most pleasant way, the new min ister, who expressed his pleasure In meeting with everyone present and his hope' of a continuance of happy social association w th everyone. Banish that awful insomnia that worries you every night Let your ilwp be restful and refreshing. Tan lac does it. Berea Drug Co. MADISON LOSES AGED CITIZEN Buck Johnson died at hie residence at Whites Station, Wednesday morn ing, of flu. Mr. Johnson waa 82 year old and waa a valued citizen of Madison county for many year. DAYLIGHT STILL CAPTURED IN BEAR WALLOW SECTION Last Monday afternoon Deputy Sheriff T. J. Robinson raptured a still in the Bear Wallow section, going at full blast Mr. Robinson took the worm, but the moonshiners fled at his approach, and he was unable to capture them. Mr. Robinson took the worm with a small quantity of whisky to Richmond. WARNING ON DIXIE HIGHWAY NEEDED We were Just getting ready to congratulate ourselves upon the little psrt that we have played in helping to make Berea a perfect town when our attention was railed to a danger ous place on a road in the city limits where there have been at least three sutomobile wrecks during the last year which cost the car owners ap proximately $200 besides persons) in juries from which some have nof wholly recovered. The danger spot Is st the curb in the bend of the road on the north side of Dixie Highway at the junc tion of Estill end Forest streets. By all means a railing should be set up at this place extending 8 or 10 feet on either aide of the curb. This would not cost more than $5.00 or $10.00 and would make future wrecks easily avoidable at this point. THE DRAMATIC CLUB DOES DRA MATIC WORK Last Thursday evening. March 9. the Dramntic Club put on the "Ser vant in the House" in Richmond. Despite the rain there was a very good crowd and all seemed well plerd with the performance. Every p1y' did well. We believe playing above the amateur. 1 The dramatic part started when "HI" of the club sat down t a good supper at Goottxan's restaurant. Thirteen always was an unlucky number. The development of the plot in more rain and water was clear, and the climax of the tragedy' was the creek at Kingston. If you don't believe that a bridge oupht to span that little stream near Kings ton, just ask Miss Kersey and Miss Sherwood, or have a private consul- j tation with Albert Churchill or Mark ! Wesley, who were forced by the emer- j gency of the situation to pull of their; shoes, roll up their trousers and wade, out in search of a mule to draw them 1 ashore. This tragic scene was staged at 12, o'clock in the night in the middle of i a stream that is dry nine months in the year. O, we forgot the car was a Red Cross Ford. SCOUTS HAVE IMPRESSIVE MEETING On March 13 at 7:30 p. m. the; Troop Committee attended the reg ular weekly meeting of Troop I, of Berea Boy Scouts. The Scouts have a full troop in membership and are trying to help each other to grow up to be better citizens of the United States, of Kentucky, and of Berea. The boys are now looking forward to a summer camp and are desiring work after school and on Mondays in order to purchase ramp equipment A large number of these boys must earn a small sum of money and are Willing to work at odd jobs the town has open for them. If you have some work for the boys, let Benton Fielder, the scoutmaster, know about it, and he will try to see that it is done for you. Badges Awarded Monday night was a great expri ence for most of the boys, as at that time the badges fur rank were present ed by M. E. Vaughn, chairman of the troop committee. The badgea were rs follows: Tenderfoot Lucian Adams, Philip Baber, William Edwards. John Urn mart, Stams Freeman, Wilton Grovfs, A. F. Goodwin, Harold Hoskins, Har old Matheny, Byron Parsons, Ballard Robbins, Theodore Strunk, Forester Wyatt Herman Lewis, Kenneth Can field, and Bradley Thompson. Second Class Conley Adams, How ard Hopkins, William Hayes and Robert Ledford. First Class Edward Davia, Joel Dean, Louis Gabbard, Marion Gard ner, Chester Hayes, Gilbert Roberts, Quentin Tread way and Millard Wyatt. After the presentation of the badges the members of the troop com mittee were railed on for a short ad dress. John Miller, the pioneer scoutmaster, the man who organized the scouts, offered hi services to the troop. T. G. Strunk, Scout Reporter For the common everyday ills of mankind there is nothing to equal Tanlac. Berea Drug Co. One of the Greatest Benefits resulting from the Berea National Bank's mem bership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM is that this institution can take its customers' notes eligible for rediscount to the Federal Re serve Bank, receive the money and thus be in position to accommodate other customers with the same amount of funds. Thus SI, 000 can be made to finance several thousand dollars' worth of business instead of only one. Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEREA AGAIN I SAY That we do not cobble shoes. We have the best equipment coupled with our experience and workmanship which terms us as mechanics NOT COBBLERS. Compare our work with that of others and you will agree with us in this: "It's not so much how much you pay, it's what you get for what you pay." First class work for those who care. THOMA Short Street go to G. V. TODD'S ppo st 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 tack is guaranteed. When your shoes give way it's lime to look lor a shoe shop that does the work so reasonable that it will pay instead of purchasing new ones. Come to our shop when your shoes re run down Guaranteed Satisfaction is our motto. W. R. RAMBO Berea College Shoe Repair Short Street Classified Advertisements EGGS TOR SETTING Barred Rocks, 75 cents a setting. T. A. Edwards, phone 43. LOST Cameo pin with gold rim around it Finder please return to owner and get reward. Mrs. John W. Welch, Chestnut street FOR SALE Pure-bred Barred Rock eggs for hatching. Mrs. Arch Hamilton, Kingston, Ky. Phone 37 2 1-2 Berea. EGGS FOR HATCHING Pure blood Buff Orpington. Set ting of IB, 75 cents. Howard Hud. aon. Phone 108. FOR RENT Large Urn and lot on Depot street Sea Mr. Molli Parka, Chestnut street, near Berea National Bank. FARM WANTED Wanted to bear from owner of a farm for sale for fall delivery. Give lowest price. L. Jones, Box 551, Olney, 111. SNAPPY SAYINGS. 10 CENTS Be witty and funny win reputa tion as a smart talker. Hundreds of best humoroua epigrams and para graph in handy volume. You can us them as your own. Sent post paid for a dime cash. O. M. HAYS, Boi 1643, Jacksonville, Florida. KENTUCKY Berea, Kentucky FOR RENT One large room, beautiful location, on Center street Apply Mrs. Salli Hall, 30 Colter street, Berea, Ky. EGGS FOR HATCHING Whit Plymouth Rock egg for setting. Pure-bred. Strain direct from flock at State Experiment Sta tion. Plac yonr order now. Mr. D. S. Greene, phone 126-3, Walnut Meadow pike, Berea, Ky. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICB All claims against ' the estate of Mr. Sallie Burnell should be filed be fore April 1st A. W. Burnell, Administrator GLADIOLUS BULBS FOR SALE W have several hundred of Kun derd's Primulinus Hybrids for Bale small aize 3c, 30c per dos; large, 6c, 60c per dot; also th following named varieties: America, Ilalley, Ruffled Glory, Europe, Mrs. Frank Pendleton, Niagara, Srhwaben and North Star. D. J. Lewi, Berea, Ky. MORE NEARLY THE FACT Complaint is made that our Senate doesn't understand Europe. Perhaps the milk in tho cocoanut is that the Senate understand Europe too well Charleston (W. Va.,) Daily Mail. Tanlac is purely vegetable and I made from th most beneficial roots, herb and barks known to science. Berea Drug Co.