September SI, 1922
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Office la Berea Bank a Trial Ce.
Office Phone' 217 Ree. Phoae 174
Notary Public Phone No. 49 :
W. B. WALDEN
Bert National Bark Building
Hi all Count
Offire hours S-12 a. m, 1-4 a. as.
Mala 8 tree Barea, Ky
Phoao No. I
Dr. J. C. Gabbard
Office in Berea Bank & Trust
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Daily
J. F. CLEMMER
Phono 83 Berea, Ky.
list Your Property
Scruggs, Welch & Gay
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
F. L. MOORE'S
First CLaos Repeuring
Fine line of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
The firm, Harris a Ten-ill, known
as the Economy Stores, 1 and 2, bare
been dissolved by mutual consent, R.
R. Harris retaining ttore located on
Chestnut street, Harold Terrill the
store on Short street.
We thank our many friends for the
patronage and favors shown us.
Wa give notice that all claims
against said firm be presented at
or.ee. R. R. Harris, Harold Terrill.
Cool weather is here and the desire
of lying in bed a while longer is up
on us, when we must atir early
that's why the need of a dependable
Alarm Clock. We have some good
ones and others that are cheaper. A
very good clock $1.25. Indian Reli
able one for $1.50. Lightning it is
economy $2.00. WesUlox Jack 0'
Lantern Clock $3.00. Big Ben $3.50.
Baby Lantern 25c. A good Diets No.
1 Lantern $1.25.
New National Rolled Oats, and the
price is cheap, 10c per package.
Remember that good Lexington
Maid Flour. You will say it is bet
ter. Try it
R. R. HARRIS
CaeetmrtSt Berea, Ky.
News at Berea sad Vielalty,
Gataerea freaa a Yeriety
C. E. Campbell has sold his prop
erty where he now lives to A. J. Ol
iver. Miss Ore Gabbard has returned
heme after a delightful summer at
Mm. S. E. Welch left Friday for
Mt. Jackson, Ind., for her health.
Born, September 17th, to Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Hawkins, of West End, a
14S pound boy, Charles Edwsrd.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson, of
Bowling Green, are visiting this week
with Mrs. Anderson's sister and
brother, Mra. John Welch and Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reams, of Ra
venna, have been visiting their aunts,
the Misses Duncans and Mrs. W. J.
Mrs. R. L. Duncan, who has been
operated on at the Robinson Hos
pital, ia getting along nicely.
Mrs. A. T. McGuinn, of Middle
town, O., is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Tarlton Combs on Center street
Miss Lizzie Minnich, of Frankfort,
Ky., visited Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton
Combs, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Richard H. Howard and wife, of
New York City, who have been
s ending three weeka with Mr. How
ard's parents, Mr. and Mra. Tarlton
Combs, of Berea, and with other
friends and relatives in Irvine, will
leave for their home, Saturday, Sep
tember 23. Mr. Howard ia private
secretary to a Mr. Ehert, of New York.
Mrs. Howard in a native of New
York, and this is her second visit to
Berea. She is fond of Berea and has
made many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Howard
are visiting President and Mrs. Frost
today. Mr. Howard was a great
friend of Cleveland Frost He was
the only Berean standing on the piet
when Cleveland set out on his last
Edward F.White, of Indianapolis, a
giaduate from Berea College in 1881,
was here to attend the dedication of
the Union Church, as the guest of
Professor and Mrs. Dodge. Mr.
White is a lawyer, and has prepared
many law books for publication by
the Bobbs-Merrill Company, with
which he is connected. His splendid
address upon Rev. John G. Fee, de
livered in the Fee Memorial Church,
will be found on page eight
Professor and Mrs. LeVant Dodg
gt to Des Moines, Iowa, to attend
the National Encampment of the G.
A. R., which will cover next week
Professor Dodge is to fill the pulpit
of one of the leading churches of Des
Moines, next Sunday. They are to
be away from Berea for three or four
The little son of B. F. Harrison,
who has typhoid, is no better.
John Muncy is building a house on
Center street for A. E. Orr, who is
moving to Berea to put his little girl
in school. The lot was purchased
fiom Dean & Hemdon Realty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Witt of Estill county,
left Berea last Monday, after a short
visit with their daughter and son-in-law,
Dean and Mrs. F. O. Clark.
John W. Welch and family, who
spent the summer at Winona Lake,
returned to their home Saturday
Mr. Welch left Monday for Louisville
to take a course in the Baptist Sem
inary at that place. .
A. J. Wilder, who has rented the
property on Short street ef J. B.
Richardson, waa in Cincinnati the
first of the week buying his groceries
ar.d outfit for a meat market.
On last Saturday afternoon a re
cital waa given by Mra. Edwards'
music class, in which the following
pupils took part: Janette Walden,
Marjorie Belle Clark, Ona Bender,
Catherine Edwards, Joe Bender, El-
wood Roberts, Mamie McKJnney, Le
na Elkins, Elizabeth Elkins, Howard
Wilder, Margaret McWilliams, Mary
Powers, Jane Powers, Annabel Por
ter, and Elinor Baker.
There will be a School and Agri
cultural Fair held at Berea, October
19, 20, and 21. Friday, the 20th, will
be largely devoted to school activi
ties. In the next few days each teacher
should receiva a lint of events in
which the schools are to take place.
Any teacher whoae school ia included
in this event who does not receive
this list should write to C. O. Bow
man, Berea, Ky.
Catalogs will be out in the sear future.
' WEST END AND VICINITY
1 Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Davis, ef Drey
fus, and son, Charles, of Texas, visit
ed Mrs. Henry Muncy this week.
' Miss Ethel Duncan has a position
H the office of Dr. B. F. Robinson
and is boarding with Mrs. J. H. Jack
sen. ' Mrs. Bowling and Mrs. Edster, of
B( btown, visited Mrs. R. L. Ambrose,
Miss Ethel Baker, of Crypton, Is
' here to enter the Academy Depart
I ment. She wi'l make her home with
I Mrs. Jane Coffey.
I Mrs. Osborne, of Slata Lick, has
I mr ved to the house vacated by Mr.
Mrs. America Fowler has returned
from an extended visit with relatives
in Mississippi and reports a very
Miss Elizabeth Lnwen Is spending
I the week in Speedwell.
Mr. and Mrs. John Welch returned
I Sundsy night from Winona Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Langford, of
Mt. Vernon, visited Mra. W. T. Lutes,
Mr. Gardner Is spending a few days
at home with his family.
Mr. and Mr. S. Winkler attended
the Sunday School in Convention in
Richmond last week.
Thomas Winkler, of Dreyfus, has
been visiting here.
Mr. and Mrs. Nash spent the week
end with their daughter in Wildie.
Little Margaret MrDanieL infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Mc
Daniel, is very ill with pneumonia.
FARM BUREAU MEETING
A special meeting of the members
of the Berea branch of the Madison
County Farm Bureau was held at
the Vocational Chapel in Berea on
Tuesday night for the purpose of
taking up several matters of business.
Some thirteen members were present
A B. Angel, the Berea Director of
t'ie County Organization, called the
meeting to order. After some dis
cussion it was decided to perfect a
local branch organization, and G. B.
Angel was elected president and M.
I Spink secretary.
Lists of orders for fertilisers, rye
snd red clover seed, were made up to
be forwarded to Tom Collins, th
County Secretary at Richmond.
To give an idea of the benefits of
the Farm Bureau, it might be stated
that already the County Secretary
has purchased 10,000 bushels of seed
rye for the farms of Madison county,
at a saving of about $4,000.
A meeting of the local branch of
the Bureau will be held at the Voca
tional Chapel in Berea the first and
third Tuesday of each month, and it
is urged that every member be pres
ent and get the benefit of the Bureau
Many farmers have already lost con
siderable money by not getting their
orders in for fertilizer, seed, etc.
A special meeting of the local
branch will be held Tuesday night,
September 26, for the purpose of
placing orders for grass seeds, etc.
BAPTIST CHURCH MEETING
The revival which had been in prog
ress at the Baptist Church for 13
days closed last Friday. The meet
ing was conducted by Rev. S. J. Can
r.on, of Louisville, formerly pastor of
the Walnut Street Baptist Church of
that city. Mr. Cannon is a well read
man, with convictions.
Good crowds attended and much
good has been accomplished. More
than 30 members have been added to
the church as a result of this meeting
Johnson Park, Sept. 17. The Hust
lers defeated Lancaster here today
in a fairly good game. Bowman did
the pitching, and seemed to have
things pretty easy most of the time.
The locals had the strongest line-up
they have had for some time. Some
of the oli regulars were bark in their
o'd positions. The feature of the
game was a catch made by Farmer.
The Hustlers have only two more
games to play this season, one with
Paint Lick, Wednesday, at Paint
Lick, and Richmond next Sunday,
place to be played has not been de
Mrs. Alice Kindelle Reid leaves
Wednesday morning for Dayton, O.,
where she will visit relatives and
friends several days.
Mr. and Mrs. John Chadwell, of
Brassfield, Ky., were the guests of
Mrs George Reynolds, Sunday.
Titus Bennett, formerly of Berea,
is at home on a visit until the first
The Berea community fair will be
held at Berea fair grounds, Septem
ber SO. Admission, adults 25c, chil
dren 15c. Free dinner. Everybody
crme snd bring a basket. This fair
will be of special interest to farmers
and industrial workers. Splendid
speeches will be msde by responsible
speakers and song services rendered
by Berea and Middletown schools.
DEDICATION OF FEB MEMORIAL
(Continued from Page Eight)
terity and compromise with princi
ple, as he scorned them. They will
see, as he saw, a brother in every hu
man being created In God's image.
They will bring to the solution of the
vrxed problems of this day and sue-
i reeding days their most effective j
remedy, the sincere application of his I
simple precepts of the brotherhood of
all men. They will lead lives of serv-1
ik", and be filled with a passion for1
righteousness. They will stand four-1
; rquare to all the winds that blow. I
lven as he stood, our best beloved
i this simple-minded and courageous
' shepherd of souls.
Trad Balance Favorable
traa.- The feature of Canadlun
trade statistics for the fiscal year, so
cordinx tu the Minimi reMrt of the
l-Mrtim-nt of Trade anil 'tnunerie
made iuliir, hms roiierion uf an
adverse trade balmier In ltd to a
favorable balance In IVSi. During
the year ended M.irrh 31. 1W2, the
balance showed r.'J.HT" In Canada's
favor, a contrasted to an unfavorable
I balance for the previous fiscal year
of $Jtt,":M.7tt, and for the pre-war
j year 1911 of ;itU.7.'0.74.
FOR RENT Four-room house with
lights and water. Call or see M. J.
Carrier, Boone St, Phone 10.
FOR SALE Two good fresh cows
and several good heifers. Apply at
once to John G. Harrison, Center St.
Phone 139. tf
FOR SALE Nice baby carriage,
good as new. See Mrs. Sally Bogie,
Estill street nl3
FOR RENT Six-room cottage on
Forest street See D. G. Bales or
write P. B. Lewis, 29 Maxwell street
Lexington, Ky. pl4
PRACTICAL NURSE: Mrs. A. E.
Orr offers her services to the public
of Berea. Reasonable charge. Caf
or address Mrs. A. E. Orr, Berea. 416.
TWO ROOMS FOR RENT
Two front second story rooms
completely furnished with heat, light
and water. Mrs. H. L. James, Chest
HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE
Stove, beds, tables, chairs, sewing
machine, dishes, kitchen ware, etc.
61 Center St, Berea. 12p
Mrs. Florence C. Richardson is
now ready to accept pupils in piano
or organ at her home, 61 Center
St., Berea, Phone 196. llF
FOUND Two new automobile
tires with inner-tubes, near Slate
Lick. Ky. Owner call W. J. Blanton.
Berea, Ky. pl3
LOST A black umbrella with
white rectangular handle having two
sides dark clouded and containing
white ring. Finder please leave it
at 47 Center street and receive re
FOR SALE OR RENT One 6-room
house, almost new, good garden, lawa
and hen-house, on Prospect street
within 10 minutes walk of College.
Inquire of Mr. Rigby, 25 Prospect
street, Berea, Ky.
Extra quality, Marvelous seed
wheat, recleaned, for 150 per bu. A.
H Kldd, three and one-half miles
northwest of Berea, Ky., on Walnut
Meadow Pike. tt
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping; also two fur
nished rooms in separate building.
Apply Mra. Iby Baker, near the post-
FARM FOR SALE Three miles
northeast from Berea, 1 mile from
Dixie Highway, 75 acres, improv.
ed. Price right if sold at once. See
F. W. Mathewa at farm or Jno. F.
Dean at Berea Bank a Trust Co.
FOR SALE A splendid baby
buggy, as good as new, at almost
half price. Painted gray; with re
versible body; artillery wood wheels;
with windows In sides of top. Call
or aee Walter White at 44 Jackson
street Berea, Ky.
FOR SALE Cottage of 7 rooms
and bath, water, lights, garage, barn.
All rcessary cut buildings. Located
through this entire section, maintained for many
years have placed at the command of The Berea
National Bank experience and information which
enable it to render its friends service of unusual
scope and value.
And our membership in the FKDKRAL RE
SERVE SYSTEM, the greatest banking associa
tion in the world, adds materially to our ability to
supply satisfactory service.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
AGAIN I SAY
That we do not cobble shoes. We have the best
equipment coupled with our experience and workmanship
which terms us ai 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
THE LEWIS STUDIO
For the benefit of students we will ex
tend our ofier for a large picture, Hxio,
free with each dozen photos, for another
week. Come and see.
Yes, we finish kodak work
Yours to please,
The Lewis Studio
Short Street Berea, Ky.
To the People of Berea and Vicinity
I have opened a general store in the brick
building on South side of Chestnut Street
near postoffice. My stock is complete,
dry goods, shoes, groceries, feed, hard
ware, furniture, etc. I buy for cash and
sell for cash.
See My Prices
J. A. OLIVER
on Broadway between Depot and
Postoffice. Room for business bo'tie
on this lot ar.d r. good location foi
business. Purchaser may buy my
furniture if he ao wishes, aa I am
leaving the state. Priced to sell for
cash. W. B. HARRIS, (owner) 60
Broadway, Berea, Ky. (No. 121
Eight-room bouse in good condi
tion. Has water and electric lights.
On good residence street and has
large yard, garden, chicken pen and
house, good barn and also has sev
eral bearing fruit trees. 'Near pub
lic school and about ten manutes
walk from Berea College. Conve
nient to postofike, depot, bank and
C E. Cssspbcll
W. F. KIDD
Kates for private room
with board and care
I1.S0 le S3.S7 per iay
$19.50 to 125.09 per week
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