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- i DR. J. E. ANDSRSOrf , Office la Beres Bsak A Treat Ok. Balldlaf Am, Ky. Office Pbon 217 Res. Phes 174 Not an Public Pnon Ho. 4 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-ATLAVV Practice In al Court BEREA, KY. DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office boar 9-12 a. at, 1-4 a. sm. Government Dentist Located la BAKER BUILDING Mala 8txe Berea, Kf. Phono No. 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 Phone US J. F. CLEMMER PLUMBER Phone 83 Berea, Ky List Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentsxky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Far Clue Repairing AND Fin line of Jevreh CENTER ST. BEREA. KY The Economy Store We are always glad when you are pleased. . i ' Visit our itore and you will see the best variety of de-, i pendable goods shown in Berea. Come to See U THE ECONOMY STORE Telephone No. 130. WHY SOME MEN LEAVE HOME This Kind Of Thing, Served Up Daily, . Would Drive Almost Anyone From I Hi Loved Fireside. "George, dear," cried wtfey from the bedroom, "have you shut the dining room window I" "Yea, love." "Put the plate basket behind the bookcase?" Tin I" "Have you put the dog outr "Yea." "Sure )ou boiled the scullery doort" "Sure." "Turned off the gs In the cellar! "Yea, precious." "Wound the cluck 1" "Yea, darling." "Brought in the mat from the poif ii r "I have, my owwst." "Ilave you locked up the wlnel" "Yea, yes, my sweetheart. I have dote even that." "Hell, there's no need to get wild about It Why can't you com to bed at some dereut hour? What on earth have you been doing down there all this timet" Loudou Tit Bits. Local Page New of Beraa aad TleteRy, Gathered fraai a Yarlety af Heart. Bob McKenney is visiting horn folks this week. Mrs. Daisy Dickerson, of Paris, is visiting in Berea for a short time. Dave King and Miss Bernice Bums, of Berea, eloped to Jellico, Tenn., where they were married, Thursday. j Oscar Moore and Mioses Myrtl Morgan and Ruby Short had a nar row escape when the car which Mr. Moore was driving ran over the bank near Bert Harrison's store, Sunday. Mrs. L. 0. Lester, of Hazard, is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. J. Ken ney, who is very sick. Mrs. Joe Johnson, who underwent a serious operation at the Robinson Hospital, is at home now. Joe Ledford, who with his family lived in Berea several years ago, but recently of Winchester, has pur chased the Samuel Hansen property on West Chestnut and will move his family here next September. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Spink and fam ily spent Sunday with Oscar Shock ley's family on Walnut Meadow. Mrs. Jennie B. Brouxe, of Irvine, is visiting Miss Leona Webb. Harry Markwell, of the Richmond Produce Co., was in Berea on busi ness, Monday. Little Iva Turpin was taken to the Robinson Hospital to be operated on, Saturday. C. D. Smith's little hoy ran a nar row escape Monday when a small truck struck the little boy. He is not seriously injured. Clarence McKenney is visiting home folks this week. R. H. Chrisman ha purchased a new truck. Little Vena Harrison is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. J. Highland, of Lancaster. Mr. Henry, the real estate man, put on a contest Saturday for the most homely man. The prize was a barrel of salt. It was decided by Mrs. J. E. Anderson that John Davis was due the salt. Tho there were differences of opinion as to the ac curacy of Mrs. Anderson's judgment, Mr. Davis was glad to get the salt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cornelius, of Richmond, are visiting in town. Miss Frances Porter, of Lexing ton, is visiting her cousin, Anns Bell Porter. Mr. and Mrs. E. Cress, of Detroit, are visiting her aunt, Mrs. I. B. Chesnut J. Walker, who is representing the Whit Machine Co., is with R. H. Chrisman this week. Owen Butler and mother have moved to J. K. street. S Mr. and Mrs. James Edgit, of Battle Creek, Mich., are visiting Mrs. Edgit's parents near Berea. Mrs. Nellie Click, of Tuscola, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Watts. Miss Rissie Oliver, from Living ston, is visiting the Misses O'Rourke. Master Jack Fish, of Lexington, is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. S. E. Welch. Mrs. W. A. Todd and daughters, Mae and Ruth, of Georgetown, are here for a few days. Mrs. Todd has had a slight operation st the Robin son Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Porter and daughter, Frances, of Lexington, and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Porter and fami ly were guests at the home of Mrs, Laura Gabbard, Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Botkins, of Lexing ton, visited Mrs. Botkin's mother, Mrs. S. E. Welch, Sundsy. They are moving back from Lexington to Hazard. The many friends of Pete Wylieare so glad to welcome hiin back to his old place at Berea Drug; Co. tr. Wylie is a sure enough doctor now! LITTLE FARMS We will sell on Saturday, June 24, at one o clock, some desirable small tracts of land in Dixie Highway Park. Attend the sale. One free lot, one Ford truck free. EXHIBIT Sloyd exhibit will be held in the Sloyd Room, over Printing Office, Commencement Day, from 8 until 12 o'clock only.( Everyone fs cordially invited to com and see th work don by Foundation boys. NO RESERVE. NO BY BIDS at th lot sal in Dixi Highway Park, June 24, at on o'clock. Th Modern Idea. "The man who is always ready ts seise sn opportunity la great." "Yes. hut the man who can seize what somebody elso baa made eut vf an opportunity U greuter." GLADES CHURCH ' Rev. Baker of the Christian Church In Berea will preach at the Glade Christian Church Sunday af ternoon, June 18, at 2:00. Every body is cordially Invited to com ft this service. - NOTE OF APPRECIATION Berea, Ky., Allien Chapel The A. M. E. Church of Berea wishes to express thru Th Citizen its high appreciation of the gener ous gifts which the people of Be rea and College friends have made toward paying off th debt of the church in the amount of $303.80.' MRS. MART BURDETTE The sudden death of Mrs, Msry Burdette, Tuesday, was quite a shock to the entire community. She was taken suddenly sick Mon day afternoon and every effort wa made to relieve her suffering, but she passed away Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Kinnard. We hope to srive a fuller notice next week. A CARD We wish to thsnk the good people of Madison and adjoining counties for the kind and courteous treatment accorded us while we have been in Berea putting on the lot sale. Thanking you one and all and in viting you to attend our clean-up sale of lots and small farms on Saturday, Junt 24, at which time we will give away one good lot and a second hand Ford truck, which is in good running order. Tickets free to all white people. Respectfully, Henry Realty Co. ONE KILLED, TWO WOUNDED, IN AUTO ACCIDENT ON DIXIE HIGHWAY Robert Laten was killed and his half brother, Frank Simpson, and an other young man by the name of Hammonx were wounded when the automobile in which they were riding turned turtle on the narrow road at v. A.t. niii r;-; ! ' , v ilU.IIID .1111 VII S Highway, four miles north of Berea. Monday night. Mr. Laten was a native of Garrard county, Simpson lived at Round Hill, .. . . . Ind., and Hammons at Richmond. The exact cause of the wreck has not been definitely learned. Accord ing to the report received, the lights went out and the driver lost control of the car on the narrow road. La ten was buried at the Freedom Church in -Garrard county, Monday afternoon. 14- TUDOR COLLET Mr. J. C. Tudor was married to Miss Gertrude Collet in Berea at 12:30, Monday. The wedding took place on the corner of Main and Chestnut streets. The large crowd who met to witness the,, ceremony gave them a most hearty congratula tion and assured them of their warmest good wishes. The groom is a farmer living in the neighborhood of Paint Lick. The bride is a former student of Berea College, and has lived for a number of years in the neighborhod of Be rea. Mr. Tudor first met her ten or twelve months sgo while the was the principal of a public school at Mans, Ky., near Paint Lick. The ceremony was solemnized by W. A. Ramsey, pastor of the Presby terian Church of Paint Lick. Imme diately following the wedding the couple, with some of their friends. had dinner at Boone Tavern and later in the afternoon left Berea for Lexington, where they will spend a brief holiday, after which they will be at home to their friend at Mans, Ky. FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Ambrose of Berea are entertaining their children. grandchildren, and great grandchil dren from various parts of the coun try, during Commencement week at their home on Prospect street Those who are present are N. F. Ambrose, Ames, Iowa; Erne Am brose, Ordway, Colo.; Mrs. Ida Wil son and Ruth Wilson, of Conkiing, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, Major, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Luther Ambrose, Berea; Dudley Roberts, of Colo.; Lester Rowland, Lexington, Ky.; Mrs. Morgan and son, of Lexington, Ky.; Mrs. Rose snd son and Mrs. Mainous and children of Owsley county; Mr. Rowland, of Richmond, and Mr. and Mrs. Rowland, of Winchester. Th occasion that brings then brothers, sisters, children and grand children together is the marriag of Mr. and Mi B. P. Ambrose's son, Luther, to Miss Edith Tutt It hap pens, also, that this event comes within a few days of the fifty-first wedding anniversary cf Mr. and Mrs, Ambrose. All of the immediate family are her for this reunion except Mrs. Roberta, of Colorsdo, and Mrs. Issacs of Saskatchewan, Canada. AGED MAN DIES NEAR BEREA Mr. Martin Baker, who had been tick for several months at his home on Dixi Highway, about two miles south of Berea, died Saturday after noon at on o'clock. He was buried at th Berea cemetery, Monday after noon. Mr. Baker was seventy years of age and was widely known and loved thruout this part of th country. He was born in Ash county, North Car olina In 1844, moved to Kentucky in '60 and married Lucinda Altish m '68. He lived for a long tim at Big Hill, where his children, C. G. Bsker, of Berea, and Mary Baker Benge, of Valley Grove, ,111., wer born. His first wife died a good many years ago, ,He was married a second time to Juda Dowden, who inherited a part of the old Dowden place south of Be rea, and Mr. Baker bought the rest of the place and has lived there since. His second wife died five years ago. He has been a member of a,he church for 48 years. He first belonged to the Pilot Knob Church, later to the Church at Silver Creek. The funeral services were conduct ed at the Silver Creek Church by President Frost, and the funeral was conducted by Smith and Rominger at the cemetery, Monday afternoon, June 12. BASEBALL NEWS Johnson Park, June 12. The Blue Lick Hustlers lost their first game this season to the Paint Lick team here today in a most Interesting game. Taint Lick got away to a flying start in the second inning, get ting five runs, when the side should hsve been retired, Maupin and Rit ter missed a couple of easy ones, let ting the bases full, followed by two or three timely hits. Bowman did not pitch up to his usual stride, but enough to win with bet ter support. Paint Lick has a fight ing bunch and played good ball. The final score stood ten to seven. These teams will meet sgain about July 4th at Paint Lick. W 1 1 nff Ttaftalv .nil Pnmat a " TJ . .JVf man 8, struck by Bowman 8, by Beasly and Cornett 10. Errors, Wntlr. s p; Tint. t. .... . . ' , ' i"ra. nme oi irame i:sa. iext game Hustlers va. Corbin at Corbin, June 18th. THE UNION CHURCH Altho the Union Church is without a regular pastor as yet, every effort will be made to maintain services of the highest character during the sum mer. Rev. C. Rexford Raymond will preach both morning and evening next Sunday. The Thursday prayer meeting will be led by Rev. Howard Hudson. The new church is nearing comple tion and the f'ws are expected in July. 'Everything will be ready for use at least by fall, and possibly at an earlier date. THE LOT SALE The lot sale was a decided success from every point of view. The crowd wss unusually large and good natured. The bidding was spirited. yet conservative. About 100 lot were disposed of at prices which were most reasonable. The people present felt that the promises made by those in charge were fulfilled to the letter. These people will have a clean-up sale on Saturday, June 24, at 10 o'clock. COLORED NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Br tier Turner are th proud psrents of a baby girl born Wednesday, May 24, 1922. A number of the Berea folks at tended the Commencement at Frank fort Wednesday, June 7. John L. Miller and Miss Emma Mae Benton, of Richmond, were the guests of Miss Glendon Reynolds Sundsy. Nancy and Robert Blythe have re. turned from Frankfort school. Miss Adelia Bowman has returned from Knoxville College, where she has been in school. Mrs. Parks and Mrs. Priscilla Hailey, of Cincinnati, who have been visiting Mrs. Miller, returned to their home Saturday. Mrs. Mae Easley is on the sick list this week. Henry, BVnni and Alfred Titus and families were in Berea on a visit recently. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walker, Miss Mattie White, Miss Edith Wal ker, Mrs. Nannie Rice and Miss Glendon Reynolds nude a business trip to Richmond Saturday. Th June rally of th Baptist Church wa i a success. Professor Brown gsv a talk at th Baptist Church Sunday whi"h was quit interesting and enjoyed by all. On Limitation f Leaving. Stella irest question are being settled by conference. Relln Then why don't they bold oo ou how to keep cooks I How to Build One of the most important steps in the upbuild ing of your business is to establish the right bank ing connections; to deal with a Bank 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 render ing just this kind of service. As a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM with its immense resources of over SIX BILLION DOLLARS we are able to co-operate with customers in furnishing the highest character of safety for their funds and ser vice in the upbuilding of their business. Come in and get acquainted. Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, 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 w ith 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. See THOMA Short Street CANFIELD L. Berea 7:15 a.m. 11:00 a. m. Lv. Richmond 8:00 a. m. 1:30 p.m. 3:30 p. m. 8:00 p.m. Sundsy connections for Boonesboro tak No. 36 for Rich mond, Boonesboro bus waiting. Clauwified Advertisement, ROOMS FOR RENT Two room down stairs, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Mrs. Ihy Baker on Chestnut street near postofflc. FOR SALE One Jersey cow and calf. Cow is 4 years old and calf one month old. j Stanley Powell, 47 Center street FOR SALE I have some special bargains in houses in different parts of Berea. See me before you buy. M. J. Car rier, phone No. 10. tf. FOR SALE Handsome Old-fashioned Bed, ex tra size, curled maple, mahogany trimming, box spring, hair mattress; dresser to match; all in fine condi tion. G. H. Felton, 42 Jackson St., Berea. IF YOU are lonely-hearted and dissatisfied with your station in life write to the GET ACQUAINTED! CLUB ; they will try to suggest a way to true happiness. Address P. , O. Box 41, Norwood Branch, Cincin nati, O. WANTED Responsible local resi dent to act as local collector on spe cial monthly payment accounts. This is spar tim work. Apply E. A. Wagner, 402 Strand Theatre Bldg., Cincinnati, O. WANTED TO RENT A HOUSE in Berea for one year, beginning about September 1, 1922. Would like th house to have 5 to 7 rooms, and I prefer location on one of the principal streets. Writ R. C. Schooler, Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE Four-burner oil stove, New Process, used one sum-! mer. Six dining-room chairs, oak;' kitchen table, three by five; steel bed, j bronzed, with spring and mattress.! Large dressing table mirror; steel folding couch, with two mattresses. Garden tools; lawn mower, rake, ax, ho, on man plow, potato fork, shov el. C. C. Bstson, 52 Jackson street W. F. KIDD Dealer in REAL ESTATE Berea Kentucky Your Business Cashier KENTUCKY Berea, Kentucky BUS LINE Sunday Leave Herea 815 a m Leave Richmond 8.00 p m. FOR SALE Handsome old-fashioned bed and dresser, curled maple, mahogany trimmed, box spring, hair ma tress; iron bed, springs snd hsir matre; dining table, upholstered arm chair, willow chair, rocker, lamps, etc.; wringer, flat irons; lawn mower, garden rakes, shovels, spading fork; large covered garbage or ash can, ax, buck saw. G. H. Felton, Jack son street EMPLOYMENT SXttYICB Rd Cross OffW I am la touch with people, sp cialy man looking for work, so win be glad to have those having work to do to call Red Cross oftV or drop a not in College postofflc. Etta English If you have anything that is worth selling it is slso worth advertising. If you depend upon telling your ac quaintances they may not want it But if you tell all of the families of this community thru an adlct in this paper there is always some on who doe wsnt. A quick sale at a cost of 60 cents is better than no sale at no cost. Robinson Hospital Berea, Ky. Rates for private room .with board and care $1.50 $3.57 per lay $10.50 t $25.00 per week "Sweet Dreaau J Yea," Trixi," "Shady Um," SambedYa Beta a Foalim Ya," "Cherry Tiax.: "M far Yoa." 25 ceaU tack or all C f the beautiful big stag kits for $1.00, ; ENTERPRISE MUSIC CO. - 216 Lyric TWkra SuUisg, CaciaaaU, Okie DRINK Special Blend Coffee 3 rounds Sent Postpaid $1.00 1 1'ound Cocoa Free LIBERTY COFFEE C0.,Caviaftoa, Ky.