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THE CITIZEN Angutt S4 1022 DR. J. E. ANDERSON Cfire ia Beret Bank A Treat O. BaiMlaf Berea, Ey. 1 CSre Phrae 217 Raa. Them 174 Nnsrv PuMk Phot N W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Berea National flani Building Practwe aa all Courts BEREA, KY. DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office boars 1-12 a. ai, 1-4 a. ak Government Dentist Located ia RAKER BUILDING Mala SlrMt Baraa. Ky. Paoao No. S Dr. J. C. Gabbard DENTIST Office in Berea Bank & Trust Co. Bldg., over the Bank i Hours 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 Wi itk Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berts, KentaTcky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR Hrrt Ckee Refuarnc AMD Fine Line of Jewell CENTER ST. BOtCA. KY Practica Makes Perfect. "I've been In the penitentiary 20 yeara, num. What good would it do at to get cut?" "Tou could begin life over again," aid the aynipatheUe prison vlaltor. "Could a plane player quit tickling tke Ivories for 20 yeara and begin right where be left off. muni 7" "1 auppoae not." "Neither could a burglar. The Economy Booster We want you to come to the Econ omy Store. You will see the many item we carry in stock. Prices right. You will agree with ua that when your goods are delivered they cost more you may not know it you pay the freight. We will sell you today: 12M Iba. best Cane Sugar $100 Kerosene Oil, per galha .... .14 Fine Table Meal, per sack ... .50 Zaring'a Patent, Gold Dubt, Mary, Pioneer Flour, per sack ... 1 10 per 100 lbs. 4 30 Lexmgtoa Maid is just a little better Try it, per sack 119 per 100 lbs. - 4 50 Good Sc ratch Feed, pr r sack 2.50 A good grey enamel 14 qt. l)ith Pan .50 A good aluminum Teakettle $1 50 Partridge Lard, per lb. .17 There is no better. Gault House Coffee, per lb. - .40 It ia steel cut. Calumet Baking Powder with cook book, per can .'M Two cans for .1-5 Economy Blend Corfee (the quality will plea.se you), per lb. .36 Three lbs. for . . 1 00 A house full of dependable mer chandise at real economy r rices. We need the cash. THE ECONOMY STORE Ckestaut St. Berea, Ky. Local Page Newt W Im aa4 TtaWtf, CaUMred free a Tariaty M. O. Tudor. Mr. Tudor and three children, of Lexington, Mrs. Mxwn, of New York, and Vertner Saxton of Chicago, were dinner guests at the home of James W. Stephens last Saturday. Mrs. R. H. Smith, who was operat ed on in Pattie Clay Hospital some time ago, was sufficiently recovered to return to her home in Berea, Tues day. Her friends are glad to see her home again. O. L. Gabbard and his two nieces. Miss Fannie and Marie Soper, have been visiting relatives in Paris, Ind., for the raft two weeks. Mrs. Better Blylhe, from Wilbur force, O.. is visiting her sister, Mr? Frank Bush. T. B. Stephenson and son, Jay, with little Pearl Mae, are spending the week at Willow Shoals, Lee county. This is the old home of the Stephenson and he was called there in the interest of the farm which he still owns. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Strong have announced the arrival of a little boy on Monday, August 21. He has been christened Troy. Mrs. Curtis Huff and little daugh ter, Betty, returned home TuesdaJ from Guysborough, Nova Scotia, where they have been spending the summer with Mrs. Huff's parents and friends. Enroute she stopped for a week's visit with her sister in Clcve- land, and also spent another week wtn a sister in Boston. She report, very cold weatheY in Nova Scotia, and says that she is glad to be back in Berea agin. Mrs. Everett Brookshire, of Little Rock, Ark., who is visiting her mother and brother at Fleming Griffith's on Jackson street, has gone to Virginia to visit her other broth era. Prof. Everett L. Dix, who has been sick at his home for some time, is reported to be improving. We are sorry to report that Mark Settle, who has been sick for some time on Center street, is no better. It would be a great kindness if those who have children near him would do their best to keep down the noise, especially the pulling of little wag ons on the sidewalk, we are told, an noys him. Most of the members of the Vet erans' Bureau of Berea are spending their vacation, which began last Sat urday, with relatives "back home," fishin and hunt;r Mrs, Nettie Mann and son, Russell, of Cleveland, are making their an nual visit with her sisters, Mrs. Gay and Mrs. Spink, and brother, C. H. Burdette, and families. They came from Cleveland as far as Cincinnati by auto with Maggie Van Winkle and son, who are visiting her daughter, Elizabeth, at that place. It is reported that Mrs. Sallie Bur dette, who has been seriously ill at the Robinson Hospital the past week, is somewhat improved. Mr. Bond and family, who have been making a visit in the East, re turned to Berea yesterday. Rev. W. R. Hunt has rented the property recently purchased and im proved by Benton Fielder on Jack son street, and has moved into same. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Trosper, who expected to leave Berea this week for a place near Versailles, Ky., where they will teach next year, were de layed owning to the fact that Dewey was taken sick last Sunday and has being unable to lie out. He is better today. John Harrison and daughter, Mae, returned Sunday after a pleasant visit with Mr. Harrison's son, How ard, in Powell county. Mrs. N. C. Hirschy has returned from an extended visit in the state i of Ohio. E. L. Feese has sold his property on Center street and contemplates on leaving llerea. Obert Richardson and family have moved into the property on Center street, which they purchased some time ago from Mrs. Dean, and are making various improvements. GOING SOUTH Something of passing interest to Bereans is the fact that during the last week more than fourty uu'ino biles have been driven thru Berea in tranfit from factories to d'rn. This is one indication that Southern money is still going east, also tht roads are not impassable and that one industry is not dependent upon freight trafic. WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. H. L, Stowe, of Rich mond, Ind., are visiting D. N. Welch. Dr. McGuIre and family are In Beattjrville this week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Davidson are attending the I.ondon Fair this week. Mrs. James and her visitor at tended the Ixington Fair Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark are in Irvine visiting his brother. Mr. Treadway returned to Hidle berg the first of the week. " Miss Joyce Hoskins of Lexington Is visiting her mother. Tlerman Coffey, of Drip Rock, is visiting Dewey Lamb at West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parson visited her mother at Alcorn last week. Miss Ethel Parson spent the weck ed with her grandmother. J. W. Purkey was in Richmond Saturday and returned with a new truck. Miss Eula Menifee has returned home, after a long visit at Wildie. Miss Mildred McCreary spent the week-end with the Misses Mi-Daniel. The Slate Lick Sunday-school has moved to the West Union school house and will meet there Sunday af ternoons. Miss Effi Humphrey Mas been visiting her aunt at Slate Lick. A PICNIC WORTH WHILE The Sunday School of Scaffold took an outing Sunday, August 13th, in th form of a picnic at Malory Springs. Everyone gathered at the school house about eight o'clock. Sunday morning. Wagons were the means of transportation from there and it took ten of them to take everything and everybody. The route goinc wa thru Narrow Gap. and return ing was by way of Pilot Knob church. Dinner was served on the grass in a long line, and when everything was ready, may what a sight! Everything eatable was to be found. Word had previously been given out that each family was to bring enough for them selves and a little more. Well they did, for it Imked as tho each had brought along enough for themselves and all the rest After all possible damage was done to the dinner by those present, a like number could have come in and still plenty of eats could have been found to satisfy many a hungry mouth. Fried chick en seemed to be most in evidence, with cakes and pies a close second Twenty-one cakes were counted and sampled by Mr. Strong. It was not reported just how many chickens he counted and sampled, but it was rumored he found some ten or a doz en gizzards and disposed of them in one fashion or other. After dinner Sunday-school was held on the grounds with one hundred and five in attendance, with a collection of $2.70. It was quite a wonderful rec ord indeed. One hundred and twenty came to the picnic and 103 reported in classes. Short excursions to the hills fol lowed Sunday-school, the others rest ed or enjoyed themseles as they saw fit until about 4:30 p. m., when all left feeling better for the day they had spent in God's ,gTeat out of doors. READY TO DO YOUR WORK Rivers & Hubbard have moved to their new building on Short street and are now ready to do your work in shoe repairing and harness mak ing, (ntf) Hint en Dancing. She You should change your style of darning a little. He In what way! She You might occasionally step on my left foot. Irish Independent. A Delicate Child. "Ixi you inenn to say you have bad a bath already?" "No, mamma, the tub whs all full, a fly fell in, then I was Just simply disgusted." Life. For Sale One 4-room bungalow, recently built. Modern equipment. Water and lights. At a bargain. See JACK HICKS LINCOLN HOTEL Near Depot BEREA KENTUCKY TATE CRAIG J. Harl Tate and Mist Esther No la Craig were united in marriage on August 18th, 10:30 a. m., by the Rev. Fred F. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Knnxville, Tenn., in the parlor of the private home of Dr. Brown. Mr. Tate Is a native of Perry county, Ky., (V. O. Daisy, Ky ), and later his father moved to Appatachia, Va.. which is now his present home and from w-hich place he rame to Berea to school in 1907. He began in the sixth grade and graduated from the four-year Normal course In 1915. He then spent two years in Berea College, finishing the B.Ped course in 1917. He spent the present sum mer school here receiving his life cer tificate, and expects to return next summer to continue his course for I A.B. in education. Mr. Tate was a I worker for the Y. M. C. A. during ! the World War. He was postmaster at Appalachia, Va., before coming to Berea the last time. Miss Craig is a native of Alabama. She is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Craig, of Imhoden. Va. She completed the eighth grade in Vir ginia in 1919. She has been in Be rea two years, completing the Home Economic Course in June. 19112. She took Normal work during the present summer school. They are spending their honeymoon in Knnxville, Tenn.. and visit in-: home folks in Virginia. They will return to Hitrhins. Ca-ter county. Ky., the first of September, where i Mr. Tate will he principal of the high school and Mrs. Tate will teach the third and fourth grades. They are nice young people and are loved and respected by all who know them. We trust that they will do some good work in Hitchins an elsewhere. We regret their leaving Berea, but all friends must part. FLAM SHIPMAN E, Howard Flam and Gertrude Shipman were quietly married at the bride's home church in Henderson ville. N. C, a few days ago. Shortly after the wedding the' couple left for an extended honey moon. They will go thru Virginia.! and from Norfolk up the Atlantic to, New York, from there to Albany and up the Hudson to Buffalo. They will j see NiagTa Falls, and from there will i go home to CrosvilIe, Tenn., viil Cincinnati and Nashville. Mr. Flam was for two years in-! structor in the Vocational School eft Berea College, and Miss Shipman I was connected with the institution; for several years, both as a studen and worker. Both have many inenns in nerea wno wish lor them the best that life can give. KINCAID FORM AN We have received announcement of the marriage on August 1" of William Bradley Kincaid to Arma Alene Forman. Mr. Kincaid was for several years student in Berea, and Miss Forman was an instructor in the Music De partment. Both were beautiful sing ers, and took leading parts ia the opera Martha given here last spring. We have heard that they will make their home in Ashland, Ky., where Mr. Kincaid has accepted a position as field secretary for the Y. M. C. I A. They have fond good wishes from many friends. That wise old Scotchman, George MacDonald once said: "I begin to suspect that the common transactions of life are the most sacred channels for the spread of the heavenly leav en." CUnsVied Adverrkementa TWO OR THREE FURNISHED ROOMS up stairs for light house keeping. Apply Mrs. Mollye Parks, Chestnut street, near Postoffice. HEMSTITCHING AND PICOT1NG Attachment, works on any tewing machine, easily adjusted. Price $2.50 with full instructions. Orien tal Novelty Co., Box 11, Corpus Christi, Texas. P9 NOTICE Anyone having claims against the estate of Mrs. Mary M. Burdette, de ceased, must present same to me, properly verified, before September 5, 1922, or they will be void. J. T. Cornelison, Admr. (p9) FOR SALE Fight-room house in good condi tion. Has water and electric lightx. On good residence street and has lurge yard, garden, chicken pen and house, good barn and also has sev eral bcuring fruit trees. Near pub lic m hool and about ten minutes walk from lierea College. Conve nient to postoffiie, depot, bank and stores. t. E. Campbell Phone 220. Small Accounts re always welcomed here no less than larger ones (or most large accounts were small ones once. Whatever the nature or the volume of your banking business, when you bring it to The Berea National Bank you are assured of uni formly courteous and helpful service, and of that additional security which results from oar M KMBKRSHII'inthe FKDKKAL RKM.RVK SYSTEM. Let us help you make your small account a large 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 w hich 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 FOR SALE We have for sale i two-story building, store room on first floor with five good living room above, equipped with light, water, and toilet. This is one of the best locations in Berea for business. II you are looking for business place with living-rooms in connection we have now in our hands for sale the best business corner in Berea. Call on or write DEAN & HERNDON Berea For Our farm consisting of loo acres i", miles east of Kingston on Dreyfus pike. This farm is well fenced with wire; new 8 room dwelling; good barn; well watered, and most all in grass. If you are looking for a farm on the pike in a good community, near churches, stores and schools, we have it and the price is right. TERMS TO SUIT THE PURCHASER We are going to sell this place to someone within the next o days to settle up a partnership. Call on or write L, C. POWELL Berea, Ky. W. F. KIDD Dealer in REAL ESTATE Berea Kentucky Not Customary. "Thai's a big sum of money to ere I rust In a mere boy. Why don't yoo t-iiil mi armed guard with hi m an ha won't f'C lielil upT' "I sii.Hwe I ought to, but I bale ta seem eccentric." KENTUCKY Berea, Kentucky Kentucky Sale J. C. POWELL Richmond, Ky. or Robinson Hospital Berea, Ky. Rates for private room with board and care $1.50 ta $3.57 eer aa $10.50 tt $25.00 per week The Poor Lover. lie had eihiiustod the wt-athor aa subject of conversation, lie eyed bla fru.veil hat as he turned It telf-ron-mi'IoiihI) mi Ida knee. "It's shout wore out," he apologised. "Why don't you wear It out!" ah sskiul jolntedly.