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TBS CITIZEN Jaae , 1122 ' ... DR. J. E. ANDERSON OSVe la Dm Baal A Trast O. Baildiag Berea, ly. Office J17 Raa. Paoae 174 r Publk Phone Ma 49 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice in all Count BEREA, KY. DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office hour ft-12 a. mn 1-4 p. a. Government Dentist Located ia BAKER BUILDING Maia Buret Bare. Kf Phone No. t Dr. J. C. Gabbard DENTIST Office in Berea Bank & Trust Co. Bldg., over the. Bank Hour 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Daily - Phone 145 J. F. CLEMMER PLUMBER Phone 83 Berea, Ky List Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Fir at ClaM Repairing AND Fin Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. BEREA, KY Cakes and Cookies While the weather ia hot there is nothing in the food line more whole some and nourishing than good cakes. . Home baking will save you money. The most essential part to a baking success is good flour. Folks that use Lexington Maid Four are mora than satisfied. So the next time let us supply you with a sack. Plenty of good Cane Sugar, Fruit Jars, Jar Caps, Jar Rubbers. The Economy Store Telephone 130 Chestnut Street We Appreciate Your Patronage THE RED CARD The red card hanging in the win dow or by the door of the homes in Berea means something. It has an important significance. It means that the family in the home to decorated will eat dinner on the picnic grounds wth our rurV friends on the Fourth of July. It would be easier, of course, to eat at home and then come ever for the other exercises. But the big feature of this picnic is the good fellowship of neighbors and that good fellowship is best exercis ed when we eat together. There will ba few homes in Berea that do not display this card. It is a badge of hospitality and good will. THE UNION CHURCH Regular services will be held both morning and evening with preaching by Dr. N. C. Hirschy. The Thursday night prsyer meet ing will be held as usual, with Dr. C N. McAllister at leader. A cordial invitation is given to all theaa services. Local Page Newt at Berea aad VkaaKy, GaLaerwJ frea a Variety af Searcaa. Rev. Geo. A. Joplin, of Louisville, Ky., general secretary of the Kentuc ky State Sunday-school Association, speak at White Chapel Sunday morning, July 2, at 11 o'clock. Miss Howard, Superintendent of the Young Feople's Division of the Kentucky State Sunday-school Asso ciation, will speak at Fairview Church in Rockcastle county, Sunday, July 2, at 11 a. m. Rev. O. O. Henry, of Richmond, will conduct the evening vesper serv ice at 7 o'clock for the ten days of the Berea Summer School of Relig ious Education beginning June 29. Millard Wyatt, who was with the Boy Scouts last week at Boonesboro, fell from a tree some 35 or 40 feet. Saturday afternoon, breaking both his arm and his ankle. The boys were making preparations to return home, and Millard was taking down a swing, which he had previously put up, when the accident occurred. Muncy Brother's ambulance was sum moned and in a very short time he was in the College Hospital at Berea. He is thought to be improving nice ly, and it is hoped he will suffer no permanent disability. Miss Neva Chrisman, who has been ! attending school in Ohio, hag return ed home. Wm. Bowers and family of Rich mond spent Sunday in Berea. Miss Leona Webb is visiting in Louisville. Mrs. Stella Laswell, of Mt. Vernon, visited Mrs. J. M. Coyle last week Mr. J. H. Highland, of Lancaster, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. r. H. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swinford have moved into their new home in the west end of town. Miss Mary Baugh, of London, is visiting her niece, Mrs. Shelby Strachan. Mrs. Gertrude Anglin's baby died at the Robinson Hospital last week Mrs. W. A. Todd, ofj Georgetown, v.'ho underwent a serious operation at the Robinson Hospital, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whicker are the proud parents of a baby boy. Miss Genevive Brouse, of Irvine, who has been visiting Leona Webb, has returned home. Mrs. Frank Witt is visiting' her husband in Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Galloway have move! into the rooms over J. M. Coyle's store. E. E. Wyatt spent the week-end with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roy, of Cleve land, are visiting relatives in Berea. Mrs. W. H. Hensley and two child ren, Clinton and Henrietta, are visit ing relatives in Oneida this week. Mr. Mahon has been with home folks this week. Felix Pennington and family visit ed home folks at Cartersville over Sunday. John Welch left, Friday, for New York and other points on business. Mrs. Sophia Treadway visited friends in Paint Lick, Sunday. C. D. Smith has bought the D. N. Welch home, on Jefferson street. Mr. Welch expects to move to his home, where U. S. Wyatt now lives, the last of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Kenney, of Danville, were visitors of J. C. Gil bert and family Sunday. Mrs. Thomas Folly and son, Rons, and Mr. H. P. Gilbert, of Speedwell, spent Friday with J. C. Gilbert and family. R. H. Cooke, of Speedwell, under went a serious operation at the Rob inson Hospital Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Obert Richardson have purchased Mrs. Dean's property on Center street. Mrs. Benjamin F. Dean and chil dren are leaving, July 1st, for Clare mont, Calif., near Los Angeles. Mrs Dean, since the beginning of the long illness of her late husband, Rev. Ben jamin F. Dean, has experienced fail ing health and finds it necessary to go to a better climate. Mrs. Dean is known in Berea to be a woman of great sacrificial spirit. She has al ways lived a life of service, and the church and community will regret to see her go. We hope Mrs. Dean and her brilliant young children may find it possible to return to Berea. Billy Bane, of the Heffner-Vincent Stock Company that played Berea last Fair date, was in Berea Friday completing arrangements for the re turn of the company for this year's Fair Week. The large tent will be located on Depot street The com pany is a good one and drew large crowds last year. Henry Muncy it bunding nit Bouse on Holly street. Wendell Early Is visiting relative in Berea. Mr. and Mr. J. M. OberchaTn, of RoanoVe, Va.f are visiting their daughters, Mn. B. P. and J. "ft. Al len. Hiram Figg, of Blue Lick, who wan, Injured by an auto Commencement Day, and has been at the Robinson Hospital for treatment, has returned home. Miss Mary Riley, of Wallaceton, Is at the Robinson Hospital for an operation. Miss Nancy Smith, telephone op erator, leaves Saturday for her vaca tion. W. M. Miller, of Kings Mountain, underwent a serious operation at the Robinson Hospital. Mrs. Wm. Anderson, of Walnut Meadow, has returned home from the Robinson Hospital, where she has been taking treatment. Miss Ruth Stams, of Pineville, has been visiting l.er cousin, Oda Free man, Leslie Adams and family, Chris Cook and E. E. Wyatt and family sp nt Friday on the mountain. Miss Ollie VanHook, of Lancaster, visited friends in Berea the last of the week. Mrs. Alson Baker and daughter, Elinor, and Elisabeth Ogg motored to Richmond Tuesday. Miss Mamie Gentry, of Locust Branch, visited Mrs. O. V. Arnett last week. O. V. Arnett is visiting in Irvine for a few days.' Miss Jean C. Cahoon left Wednes day noon for her vacation in New York, New Jersey, and other north ern points. On Friday, June 23, A. M. Can field celebrated his seventy-ninth birthday, and on Saturday he and Mrs. Canfield started in their car for their former home in Ohio. Word comes that they arrived safely at the home of his brother-in-law, Sunday morning. Mr. Canfield stood the trip remarkably well considering his re cent illness. Maurice M. Canfield is spending his summer vacation with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ellis, of 611 Fannin street, Houston, Texas. He is working in a garage there and also enjoying outings at Galveston Bay and Hot Springs. WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. Thacker and Mr. Muncy have .tinted their houses and greatly im proved their appearance. Mrs. W. T. Lutes was very ill the first of the week. Word has been received that Mrs. Nannie Johnson is seriously ill. Mrs. Johnson is with her son in Leroy, 111. Mrs. J. H. Jackson, with her grand children, Geneva, and Roy Jackson, and Lucille and Russell Duncan, vitited Mrs. I. L. Isaacs at Winston lt,st week. Mrs. Wm. Campbell, of Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Loge Towery and Mrs. Nash were in Wildie, Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. . Lewis McGuire and twin babies, of Humble, visited her mother, Mrs. Coffey, last week. Mrs. George York, of Fariston, arrived the first of the week for a visit with her father, J. Waddell Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swinford are moving to their new home in West End. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parsoue and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swinford and Mrs. D. F. Parsons visited in Speedwell Sun. day. Harl Tate, a Summer School stu dent, visited John Kilboume Sunday, Dr. McGuire is improving his house with a new porch in front Mrs. Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Jen nings, of Cartersville, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. H. Todd. IN MEMORY OF J. M. BAKER Who Departed this Life June, 1922 His body rests beneath the ground; His soul has taken its flight I trust to rest among the blessed, Where all is joy and light MARY B. BAKER, Stepmother 1M5 E. Breckenridge St., Louisville, Kentucky. j FOURTH OF JULY BALL GAME AT IIEKEA A feature of the big Fourth of , July Picnic at Berea is the ball game between White's Station and Berea. Corking good teams have been lined uu and the irame will h iiIbvkH tn m finUn Ear, ,yi hw of the arrangements and that guarantees something worth while. Tht game will be called immediately after the community pageant is finished in ths Tabernacle and of course it will be free to everybody. Be on hand to root for your favorites. WELCOME, NEIGHBORS The welcome of Berea to her elose country neighbors on the Fourth of July Ia whole hearted. We ought to know each other better. Wa ought to enjoy each other oftener and more. Every family in Berea unless hin dered by noma circumstances not un der their control will be on the ground with dinner spread anxious to make welcome their friends from the neighborhoods round about. There is a double pleasure to Bereans in this opportunity. First, ia the pleas ure that we all enjoy of being hosts t our friends. Next to that is the pleasure which we shall get from the contact, ourselves. As we come in closer touch, we shall realize more and more that our interests are com mon. The prosperity, the Joy, the good fortune of one makes for tlte veil being of the other. Business and trade rail for a closer touch be tween the town and rural neighbors: education will benefit by more co operative contact; church interests will benefit, social enjoyments will in crease, health conditions will improve, law enforcement will be easier when by a closer acquaintance we are able I ta think and talk together on the I tusks that are common to the whole community. Come on. Make your selves at home. Enjoy the day and vs. We know we shall enjoy the day with you. UNIQUE MISSIONARY MEETING , Forty women of the Missionarv Society and the Woman's Christian Assosciation of " Union Church had their last meeting in the form of a trip around the World on Wednesday, June 28, the countries representing those studied during the past year. China was represented at the home of Mrs. S. B. Johnson on Chestnut street The house was decorated in Chinese fashion; the guests were greeted at the door by girls in Chinese costume; a Chinese boy gave out chopsticks and the guests were taken to the dining-room and each given a bowl of rice by a Chinese girl. The experience of Americans trying to engage in the 'pursuit of eating with chopsticks in a proficient manner was as novel as the first ex perience of a Chinaman wearing the Occidental costume. A letter from .VNs Helen Dizney was read, and p ctures sent by her were shown. They next visited South America at the home of Mrs. Wertenberger, which was arranged in true South American style, with all sorts of bas kets, embroidery and carved images. Fruit juices and cookies were served Next the long, long journey was made to India, at the home o Mrs. Dean Waugh. Everything in the room wns of Indian origin. Dean Waugh gave a very interesting explanation of the different things. Mrs. Waugh, dressed in East Indian carb, presided at the punch bowl, Then the automobile caravan re turned to America, and stopped at the home of Mrs. C. N. McAllister, where the regular business meeting of the societies was held, and the meeting was turned into a shower for Mrs. Benjamin Dean, who is leaving for California. Little William McAllister and Jean Roberts, dressed as cupids, pulled in to their midst a little wagon laden with gifts for Mrs. Dean. Spiced tea and cake were served. mis unique iorm of missionary meeting was very graphic. The program, was in charge of Mrs Vaughn, who worked up the mis sionary journey to cover the coun tries studied last year. The Chinese -hostess was Mrs. Johnson, assisted by Mrs. McGuire tnd Mrs. J. W. Stephens. The South American hostess, Mrs. Wer terberger, assisted by Mrs. Dick and Mrs. Groves; the East Indian hos tess, Mrs. Waugh, assisted by Mrs. Osborne and Mrs. Rigby; the Amer- kin hostess, Mrs. McAllister, assist e.l by Mrs. Frost and Miss Burgess. DO NOT FAIL TO REGISTER JULY 10TII AND 11TH ' John F. Dean J. W. Herndon DEAN & HERNDON Dealers in Real Estate Berea, Ky. We are still in the Real Estate business with some of the best bar gains we have ever offered in farms and town lots. Among these are ome mal1 farm JUf,t outside of the c ty ,"niU' 0n"' Urm of bout n,re 5-roon bungalow built on i""0" P"'""'' w"1"" Hoarded and Tainted, nht on the Dixie High wsy, with the College water in the house; a good kitchen sink; small barn and chicken house sufficient for 100 hens. Price $3,000 with liberal terms. Adjoining this ia farm lan-J that can be bought or rented. We have other lands that art im proved. There have been more lot sales in Berea in the last month than Business As an up-todate business man you need the service and cooperation of an up-to-date bank a bank that places safety and efficient cooperation with customers ahead of other considerations. , This institution renders service of this charac ter and. as a member of the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM, our facilities and ourt knowledge of present day conditions are always' up-to-date in every particular. We cordially invite your checking account and pay 4 interest on your surplus funds deposited in our Savings Department. 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 wliat you pay." First class work for those who care. See THOMA Short Street BEREA MILK & CREAM CO. PHONE No. 220 Vacation Prices Milk 5c pint; Pc quart Cream 20c pint Skim Milk 10c gallon. Ice Cream, quart 3.V; 1 gal. $1.2:.. 2 gal $2 25 Larger orders at lower tate C. W. HART Dizney Place v-tre ever made here in the same EMPLOYMENT SERVICE length of time, and we expect to see Bd Cross OffWe more houses in couy of construe- I am In touch with people, espe tion within the next HO days than cialy men look! rig for work, so wiO were ever being built in Berea at be glad to have those having work to once. . ; do to call Red Cross office or drop We are looking for a rush of buy- a note in College poatoffica. ers in August and September. Why Etta English not come before then and make your selection. We are in a position to Rive you easy terms yo-i want to buy a home in Berea. Come and see us. All we ask is an appointment to show you. Ws also have some good blue grass farms from 100 to 500 acres. Don't write but come and see us and let us show you what we have. Respectfully, Deaa A Herndon Classified Advertisements LOST A gold pin with a touch of gieen enamel and a wish bone near the center. EtU English. . LOST A gold pin with a stone in the center. For its return to Miss Dizney at College Hospital a reward of $5.00 will be given. WOOD Good pine wood, 15 inches long fcr sale. See or call by telephons 632 12. A. B. Strong. (3t) ROOMS FOR RENT Two rooms down stairs, furnished or unfurnished. Apply Mrs. Iby Baker on Chestnut street near postofBce. 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 art as local collector on spe cial monthly payment accounts. This is spare time work. Apply E. A. Wagner, 402 Strand Theatre Bldg., Cincinnati, O. i WANTED TO RENT A nOUSE in Berea for one year, beginning about September I. 1922. Would like the house to have f 7 rooms, and I prefer location f , the principal streets. I Writa R. C. Schooler er, Ky. Men Need KENTUCKY Berea, Kentucky PLAY GROUND ICE CREAM FESTIVAL Friday, June 30th, 6:30 p. m., at the Public Play Ground, near the College Tabernacle. If it is raining tiie festival will be held in the Tab ernacle. Ice Cream, Home-made Cake, Home-made Candy, Pop-ccra and Lemonade for s&le. Proceeds to lie used to supervise play ground. Everybody is most cordially Invit ed to come. W. F. KIDD Dealer in REAL ISTATE Berea Kentucky Robinson Hospital Berea, Ky. , Rates for private room with board and care $1.50 to $3.57 per day $10.50 to $25.00 per week ''Sweet Dre.au ai Yoa," "Truie," "Skidy Laoe," Sooaebody's Bee a a Feoliai You." "Ckerr, Time," "Ms for You." 25 cent, tick or all 6 of taste beautiful big tesg kits lor $1.00. ENTERPRISE MUSIC CO. 214 lyric Tkwtrs BsiMiaa, CawiaMti, Okie DRINK Special Blend Coffee 3 Tounds Sent Postpaid $1.00 1 found Cocoa Free LIBERTY COFFEE CO., CoriagtM, Ky.