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Page Four THE CITIZEN December 29 1910
Ladies Sweater Coats
Everything for Ladies
COYLES DRY GOODS STORE
You pay less or get more
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CITY FIIONK 163
OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE
DAN H BRECK
Fire Life and Accident
Insurance
Phone 505 Richmond Ky
L N TIME TABLE
North Bound Local
Knoxvlllo 630 a m 1100 p m
BEREA 129 p m 357 a m
I Cincinnati 610 p m 745 a m
South Bound Local
Cincinnati 640 a m 825 p m
BEREA 1169 am 1229 p in
Knoxville 700 p m 660 a m
Express Trains
Stop to let off and take on passon
gers from beyond Cincinnati or from
Atlanta and beyond
J South Bound
I Cincinnati 815 a m
BEREA 1144 a m
North Bound
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11 BEREA 456 p m
Cincinnati 835 p m
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tl FOR SALE
Five room cottage on Walnut St
I Well built and nearly now Price
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1100 Mrs LIda Whyland
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4The Christmas Carols on Christmas
mornlngwhlch are one of the most
beautiful features of Berea life were
especially fine this year A company
of students sang Christmas songs un
I der the windows of all the College
workers In the early morning
Judge T J Coyle sends from Flori
da two large boxes of specially fine
I grape fruit to President Frost and
YaTreasurer Osborne
Mr Francis Clark will lead the C
I E at the Union Church next Sunday
night Tho topic Is Untrodden Paths
All are most cordially Invited to at
tend
Mr Ralph Osborne spent a few days
with his parents and friends this week
He returned to his work In Chicago
TuesdayMiss
Miss Combs who was so ill with
appendicitis is recovering
Mr P J Polly and wife went to
Pruden Tenn to visit their children
last Saturday
1last F R Parks of Danville made
last Monday
ihis usual visit to Berea
i Mr Norman Imrlo is spending tho
1 holidays In Berea
Mrs Ballard Luxon and Miss Hall
of Richmond brought Mrs Dick Cliff
homo from Pattie Clay Infirmary last
Thursday Mrs Cliff Is not as well
as she was
G Murray Smith of Richmond was
j In town on business last Saturday
TenS
Thousand
I USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
ARTICLES NOW ON DISPLAY
1ARTICLES
I the IRachet Store
MRS EARLY
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For Shoes Clothing and Heavy Un
derwear go to R J Engle Berea Ky
The Mothers Club will meet at the
home of Mrs Rigby Wednesday at
3 p m
Tho articles found on pages 353 366
and 369 in the December number of
American Motherhood will be discuss
ed
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A 9V4 pound boy was born Tuesday
morning to Mr and Mrs W A Ad
ams His name is Ormond Sloan
The Citizen this week calls at sever
al places where It Is not a regular
visitor Wont you send a dollar to
Jas P Faulkner Berea Ky and let
him send The Citizen as a regular
caller for fiftytwo weeks
Mr Richard Thacbor and wife of
Hamilton Ohio are visiting friends
In town
townMiss
Miss Lucy Holllday Is spending the
latter part of this week with her
friend Bettle Herndon at her home
In tho country
Pure New York State buckwheat at
CanfloldsMrs
Mrs Florence Rldgeway spent the
past week with her relatives at High
land Ohio
Miss Robinson entertained Dr and
Mrs Best and Miss Swain at i
on Christmas day at Boone Tavern
Mr and Mrs J A Robison of More
head Ky visited the college one day
last week
Miss Ruth Putnam expects to tako
up the position of Dean of Women
when she returns to tho Sue Bennett
Memorial after the holidays She has
been doing excellent work In her teach
ing and this offer Is only one ex
pression of appreciation for her work
J L Cornett an old student spent
several days last week with old
friends here
Pure Bulk New Orleans molasses
at Canfields
CanfieldsMrs and sri Frank are
visiting with Mr and Mrs D B
Chandler at Mt Vernon Ky
Mrs Forest Hill of Mlddlesboro Ky
Is the guest of Mr and Mrs Bud Hos
klns this week
Mr Red Bingham Is spending tho
holidays In town
Jason Sexton is spending a few days
with his father and mother at their
homo here
Mr Will Pigg has been spending
the Christmas holidays here with his
father and mother Mr and Mrs Hi
ram Plgg
Prof Flame who is speaking Rt
Oneida and other mountain towns
this week made a tour in Canada
last month and the newspapers there
say he Is a very great preacher
Rev Dr Lyon who conducted the
most successful protracted meeting
ever hold In Berea will be here again
January 6th and ten days following
PUBLIC SALE
On Jan 20 1911 tho following pro
perty will be sold at auction sale on
the premises
A new hcuso and eleven acres of
land at tho west end of Berea on
Wallaceton Pike The ploce has ever
lasting water Also will be sold two
horses harness and wagon one bug
gy and harness one milk cow three
sows weighing about 175 Ibs each
about three tons of hay and one hun
dred shocks of fodder
Terms made known on day of sale
i C H Todd Beret Ky
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STOVES
IF YOU havent bought your HEATING
STOVES now is the timeWhy Because
we are making a special sale on all heating
stoves as we dont care to carry any over
till next year COME IN and see our
SPECIAL REDUCTION and dont forget to
ask to see the ALL STEEL RANGES at
1750 1850 and 2000 Why not SAVE
THE DIFFERENCE
WELCHS
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A2TEDAll good fat geese 7
cents per pound Eggs 29 cents per
dozen
J S Gott on Depot Street
Among others who had Christmas
dinner at the Tavern were the Bur
gesses tho Todds the RIgbys and the
Osbornos
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J L Bowler a former employee Hi
the printing department Is visiting
friends In town this week
i
The roomers at Boons Tavern had 01
jolly Christmas party Monday even i
Ing The cost of oach present was
limited to G cents All kinds of ridic
ulous presents were given
DEDICATORY SERVICE
The new Methodist Episcopal
church In Dcrca will bo dedicated
Jan 8th 1911 Tho Dedicatory Ser
mon will bo preached by tho Rev
W D Parr D D of Kokomo Ind
at 1100 a m
Afternoon Services at 230 oclock
Sermon by tho Rev T B Stratton
District Superintendent 700 p m
Sermon by Dr W D Parr
Prof Thomas A Edwards superin
tendent of Model Schools Borca Col
logo will have charge of tho music
All aro cordially Invited to attend
these services
servicesIsaiah
Isaiah Cllno Pastor
All Jowolry and silverware bought
of us will be engraved free Mrs
Early
EarlyMiss
Miss Laura Spenco of lona has
been visiting friends In Borca
Mr Dora Baker of Tuscola III has
been visiting his mother Mrs Salllo
Baker
Mr Allen Bogie Is visiting In town
during tho holidays
Christmas exercises wore held in
all our churches on Friday and Satur
day nights
Prof and Mrs Faulkner and daugh
ter left on Friday noon to spend n
week with Dr and Mrs Rankin of
Covlngtou Ky
Dr Florence Morrow of Illinois Is
visiting her sister Miss Abigail Mor
row for tho holidays
Mr Urmston Lewis was in Lexing
ton for a short visit recently
Mr and Mrs Chas Coylo of Indi
ana are visiting friends and relatives
Mr Estimer Hudson a former stu
dent of Bares who Is now working
for tho Government In Arizona is
expected homo for a short visit
Tho Rev Mr Stole of Johnson
Bible School at Klmborlaud Heights
Tennessee preached at tho Disciple
Church Sunday evening
I Lot all Berea put on smiles to gre t
old friends and new students next
wockEugene
Eugene Thomson Is spending the
holidays In town with homo folks
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Whereas comrado Henry M Itatuse > r
of Gray Hawk a member of Cajit
James West Post in good standing
and a member of Co K 47th regi
I ment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry
I departed this life on the 31st day
of August 1910 and
I Whereas he was a good soldier an
Industrious and useful oltlwn in his
community a devoted husband and
parent and a faithful member of the
church Therefore
Bo it received That Capt Janus
West Post mourns his loss and re
quests that this resolution be publish
ed in Tho Citizen and a copy be
sent to his widow Mrs Henry M
Ramsey
Wm Morris
Jacob Gabbard
GabbardCommittee
I FOR YOUR
Groceries and Candies
GO TO
TATUMS
3 Ibs Prunes 25c
4 Ibs Dried Apples 25c
3 Ibs Dried Peaches best 2Sc
6 Bars Soap 2Sc
Fells Napthta Ideal
Cleaneasyi Ivory
Lenox and Delphine 3 for lOc
Navy Beans 5c per pound
Colored Beans 3jc per pound
1st Patent Pearl Flour 70c
Talbertha 70c
FOR SALE
A two story English colonial house
Itunnel
tunnel Has seven rooms and bath
attic and a good basement Beauti
fully finished on tho Insldo with quar
ter sawed oak and cherry Cheap It
sold immediately Inquire of
Mrs Chas L Hanson
Tho Misses Nannie and Bess Mc
Whorter who are teaching school
are homo for a week during tho hol
idays
Miss Hazel Emerson camo last
weak for a visit with Mrs Bert Cod
dington and other friends
Tho Christmas entertainment given
by tho members of tho Union Church
Sunday School at tho Parish House
Saturday night was unusually good
and those who had charge of tho dec
orations and training deserve much
pralso for their splendid work
Protracted meeting will commence
at tho M E Church Jan 1 1911
Tho pastor will bo assisted by Rov
A P Smith of Bellevue Ky
Tho pastor earnestly requests tho
I presence and cooperation of all It
you cannot attend tho services pray
for the success of tho meeting
Tho Pastor
OPENING OF WINTER TERM
Students In town who got tholr
winter schedules at close of tall term
can and should settle with tho Treas
urer on Monday morning January 2
All offlMS will be open a > follows
Monday 180880 p m
Tuesday 7401200 I m 130 SM
p m
Reception by Religious Societies
Chapel 730000 p m
Wednesday Academic Proctealon
740 I m
Opening Worship ChapQI 8100 am
All offleoa open 8301200 a m
30000 p m
Claw work begins two fortyflv
minute periods Wednesday jM
100 11 m
dayotalHl work 7 40d 40 a m
Departmental Chapels 940 a m
ClaN work 10001200 n mjlitO
100 p m
All offleM open > 00f00 Ii m
After this all new students goillrect
to Registrars office Llntoln Hall
January Opportunity S a e
On Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats
and Ladies Coats and Skirts
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We find that we have on hand a number of small broken lots and single garments of Mens and Boys f
Suits and Overcoats and Ladies Coats and Skirts Not sizes
all but you will find the size you want in some
of the lots If you want quality and style you are certain to find it in the following list of opportunities
at greatly reduced prices
Sale begins Monday Jan 2 and lasts two weeks
Mens Suits and Overcoats
1000 Suit or Overcoat Sale Price 750
cc IT cc
1250 950
1350u cc rr 1050
I 5 00cc rr rr 1 1150
u u rr
1650u 1250
cc cc u
1800 1 1350
II CC u II II
2000II 1550
2250cc cc cc u 1750
Ladies Coats
500 Coat Sale Price 375
A cc
750 550
i cc
1000 775
1200 rr 875
cc cc
1350 975
I II
1500 III o 75
Boys Suits and Overcoats
300 Suit or Overcoat Sale Price250
350rr rr II
350 275
II rr I cc
400II
400 325
rr cc II
450 350
500 II 400
4006oo
6oo I rr
450
Ladies Skirts
200 SkirtISo 800 Skirt625
coo II 250 900cc 725
77585o0
8756oo
6cc > > III
00 450 i IpOO 92a ia
700 I 5 50
This is a Cash Sale and do not ask for Credit
RHODUS C HAYES
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THE QUALITY STORE
MAIN STREET BEREA KY
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