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January 5, 1911.
I Tho ladles of tho Clio Club with
their husbands were delightfully en
tertained at dinner at Pearson Halt
last Friday evening by Mrs. M. K.
Marsh and Mrs. C. II. Itumold.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Crump ot
Lexington wore the gucsU of Mr. und
Mrs. J. O. Harrison at tho first of
I Mr. J. W. Dooley has loft for a
trip through Georgia and South Caro
lina as a traveling salrsnmn.
Mr. Simon Kelly, student In Uera
this year, has left to tnko a lo
tion as teacher In Kvarts, Ky.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. llurdelto left Fri
day for Florida whero they expect to
spend tho greater part of tho winter.
1 Mr. Jas. He) Holds, of Tuscola, III.,
Is visiting friends In town,
Groceries and Candle
3 lbs Prunes - - 25c
4 lbs. Dried Apples - - 25c
3 lbs. Dried Peaches, best 25c
6 13ars Soap - - - 25c
Pells Nnpthta, Ideal,
Lenox and Delphine, 3 for 10c
Navy Ueans - 5c per pound
Colored Ueans, 3jc per pound
1st Patent Pearl Flour - 70c
Tnlbcrtlia . - - 70c
Ladies' Sweater Coats
Everything for Ladies
COYLE'S DRY GOODS STORE
You pay less
or get more
Berea and Vicinity.
CITY rilONK 183
OFFICE OVER RACKET STORE
DAN H. BRECK
Fire, Life and Accident
Phone 505 Richmond, Ky
L. & N. TIME TABLE
North Bound Local
Knoxvlllo C:3u a. m. 11:00 p. m.
BEREA 1:23 p. m. 3:57 a. m.
Cincinnati 6:10 p. m. 7:45 a. m
South Bound Local
Cincinnati C:40 a. m. s:2o p. m.
BEREA 11:59 a. ra. 12:29 p. in.
Knoxvlllo 7:00 p. m. 6:50 a. m.
Stop to lot off and take on passen
gers from beyond Cincinnati or from
Atlanta and beyond.
Cincinnati 8:15 a. m.
BEREA 11:44 a. m.
BEREA 4:56 p. m.
Cincinnati 8:35 p. m.
GATHERED FROM A VAR'ETY OF SOURCES
For Shoes, Clothing and Heavy Un
derwear, go to R. J. Engle, Berea, Ky
Tho Citizen's refusal to print any
patent medicine advertisements In
tho future Is meeting with general
approval. Mr. II. A. Wilder, of New
ton, Mass., ono of tho trustees of Be
rea Collcgo writes commending tho
stand taken by the paper.
The Kentucky Corn Growers Asso
elation Is meeting at Lexington from
Jan 3 to 6th for Its Una annual corn
Mrs. Frost went to Chicago last
week to ask Dr. Pearsons to ex
tend again tho tlmo on his plcdgo lor
endowment, and he kindly consented i
to do so. Tho good doctor is in his
ulnety-flrst year. Sveral subscrlp- I
lions were sent In toward this fund 1
tho last days of tho year. President
Frost will be compelled to bo away
again seeking financial aid, especially
for current expenses, leaving alter
tho close ot tho protracted meetings.
Dr. J. C. Reovo of Dayton, Ohio,
Is to assist Dr. Cowley in the physi
cal examination and other work for
the first month of tho winter term,
lie is a man of learning and experi
ence and has spent several years ut
the George Junior Republic and in
tho Y. M. C. A. at Dayton, his spe
cialty being work among young boys.
Tho V. M. C. A., and the Y. W. O.
A. and the Christian Endeavor Society
of the Collego Invite all students to
meet wun mem. mo i. m. u. a. i
meets In tho upper Chapel, the Y.
W. C. A. In the East Parlor of Ladles'
Hall, and the C. E. at the Union
Church every Sunday night at 6:15.
Come and meet with us. You can
help U3 and wo can help you.
Miss Ada Phillips spent her Christ
mas holidays with Miss Myrna Walk
er at her homo on Estill St.
Mr. Bert Walker of Oskainp Noltlng
Jewelry Co., Cincinnati, spent several
days with his mother and sister last
A Jolly party went for a sleigh
rldo Tuesday afternoon out tho
Wallaceton Pike. Tho buow was not
very well packed but that did cot
interfere with the good spirits of
Tho Student Volunteer Band meets
overy Sunday morning In Miss Bower-,
soxB office at 8:45. Every one In- j
torested in the Student Volunteer,.
NLY A FEW more days for the special
reduction sale on Heating Stoves and
Ranges. You shouldn't overlook this oppor
tunity. If nothing more, come in and have a
look and ask to see the heaters going for $1.00,
$2.50, $3.50 and $5.00 and the All Steel Ranges
at $17.50, $18.50 and $20.00. Now is the best
time this year to SAVE THE DIFFERENCE
This Space Next Week
will contain the picture of an
object with which you will
prefer to have nothing to do.
Any M. D. in town will furn
ish information which might
help to avoid the use of it.
Watch For It!
Miss Beavln Is spending several
days with her sister, Mrs. Will
Isaacs of this placo.
Misses Margaret and Helen Dlzn;y
pleasantly entertained a number of
their young friends at their homo
last Saturday evening.
It was said In last week's Issue ot
Tho Citizen that Judge T. J. Co)le
sent President Frobt and Treasurvr
Osborno two largo boxes of fruit.
This Is Incorrect as to tho box snt
Mr. Osborno. It camo from his broth- residents.
vorsary of tho wedding of Mr.
Mrs. James D. Fletcher which
celebrated Doc. 12. About two
'dred guests, many of whom
from other states, wero entertained
at dinner. Mr. Flftchcr and his wlfo,
1 who was Ml 33 Martha Wright, will
' bo remembered by many citizens of
' Madison County. They were mnrrl-'d
' In 1S50 and lived In this County for
tilneteon years. They havo lived r.t
Colchester for many years and aro
hold In great esteem and honor by Its
Flvo room cottage on Walnut St.
Well built and nearly new. Prlco
1,100. Mrs. Llda Whyland.
Mr. T. A. Stewart of Jacksonville,
' Fla., is visiting his father, Mr. A. W.
Stewart of Silver Creek. They wero
at Boono Tavern, Monday night
MlS3 M. Kathryn VanAkln, ono ot
the Y. W. C. A. secretaries of Detroit,
Mich., Is spending a couple ot weeks
at Boono Tavern.
Mr. J. R, Collier and Mr. J. II.
Cooper ot Knoxvlllo, Tenn., wero In
town on business, Tuesday.
Miss Mabel Fonn, a student here
several years ago, Is teaching In tho
High School at Wadsworth, Ohio.
Miss Glenna Peterson is still teach
ing In Wyoming. She enjoys her
work very much.
Miss Jesslo Bowman and her neph
ews, Jack and James Monroe, re
turned from a three weeks vacation,
R. B. Street, class '10. who la at
tending Harvard, writes that he Is ' movement Is welcome to the meeting.
having a very profitable year. His ad
dress Is 1709 Cambridge St, Cam-
Mr. IL R. Harris who was a resldei.t mcmbcra ot lh0 Women's In
of this placo until a few years ago Uustrlal met as usual last Friday
writes from Mansfield. III., that ho aftornoon but instead of sewing thny
Is still an admirer ot Berea and wer0 pleasantly entertained with a
wishes to bo remembered to his many rauslca, program by Messrs. Rlgpy
friends hero. and Tayiori Ml83 Grnc0 Cornelius and
WANTED All good, fat geese, 7 I others and wero served with dough
cents per pound. Eggs 29 cents per i nuts nd coffee.
dozen. r iifi ch.rw r firHrchv Tfnnu. I
er-In-law, Mr. Albert S. Maltby, who
also lives In Florldn.
A very pleasant letter was received
In Tho Citizen otflco this week from
Mr. Jno. M. Baker of I'lattsburg, Mo.,
asking that tho paper bo no tit to his
home. Mr. Baker was a student of Bo-
rea about thlrty-threo years ago, and '
says that, altho he is acquainted with
but few of Bcrca's people now, still
ho holds very pleasant memories ot
tho school and many ot his class
mates and teachers. Ho extends a
cordial welcome to any of his old
classmates or acquaintances to visit
The Citizen Joins with their many
Kentucky friends In congratulating
them on their long and happy married
On Jan. 20, 1911 tho following pro
perty will bo sold at auction sale on
A new house and eleven acres of
J. S. Gott. on Depot Street.
! Is In town this week.
land at tho west cud ot Berea on
Wallaceton Pike. Thu placo has ever
lasting water. Also will bu Bold, two
horses, harness and wacon, ono bug
gy and harnrss, ono milk cow, thrco
sows wclchlnc about 175 llm each.
at his homo if they should ever bo about threo tons of hay and ono hun
ln his part of tho country. Ured shocks of fodder.
Nows has been received hero from I Terms mado known on dav of salo.
Colchester, III., of tho sixtieth anul-
C. It. Todd. Berea. Ky.
Francis Clark led tho C. E. meeting
at the Union church Sunday night.
Tho Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. met with
the C. E.
Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds aro
being visited this week by Mrs. Ber
tha Dunn ot Teatersvllle, Mrs. Mil-
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips ot Rock
caatlo County wero in Bcrva last week
visiting their daughter, Mrs, Mose
Anglln who is very sick.
Tho M. B. A. Lodge ot Kingston
gave a freo oyster suppor, Saturday
night. A large crowd was In atten
dance and greatly enjoyed tho feast.
Miss Nina King who ha been spend-
lie Reynolds ot Covington, and Mossr ,nB the Christmas holldaya In town
Luther and John Roynolds ot Buckeye, returned Monday to Pleasant Hill,
.Tenn.. to resume her work aa in
structor In sewing In Pleasant Hill
Miss Saniantha Fish ot Wlldlo
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Coddlngton several days at last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sharp have
been visiting relatives and friends
Miss Bettlo Lewis entertained a
number ot her friends with an "old
fashioned pop-corn party" at her
homo on Forest St, Saturday evening.
Mrs. Oertrudo Bender of Richmond
spent a part ot last week with ber
p areata here.
USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL
NOW ON DISPLAY
FORj 5c, 10c, and 25c
Ube IRachet Store
J-a-n-u-a r-y Opportunity S a l e!
On Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats
and Ladies' Coats and Skirts
We 'find that we have on hand a number of small broken lots and single garments of Men's and Boys'
Suits and Overcoats and Ladies' Coats and Skirts. Not all sizes, 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
Men's Suits and Overcoats
$10.00 Suit or Overcoat, Sale Price $ 7.50
" " " 10.50
" " " n.50
" " " 12.50
" " " 13-50
Boys' Suits and Overcoats
$3.00 Suit or Overcoat, Sale Price
13.50 " '
16.50 " '
22.50 " 1
$ 5.00 Coat,
3- 50 "
4.00 " " "
4.50 " " "
5.00 " " " "
6.00 " " "
;2.oo Skirt $1.50 $ 8.00
3.00 " 2.50 9.00
4- oo " 3.25 10.00
5.00 " 3.75 n.oo
6.00 " 4.50 12.00
7-oo " .... 5.50
This is a Cash Sale and do not ask for Credit
THE QUALITY STORE