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November IS, lttl
DR. J. E. ANDERSON
Offirf la Berea Bank A Trail Ce.
office Phone 11? Rm. rkM m
Notary Public Phone No.
W. B. WALDEN
Berea National Bank Building
News ef Berea sad Vicinity,
Gathered (ram Variety
Da oee ef nm hundred every Sse-
day, f:45 a. m Men's Bila-Claaa,
Union Chunk. President Praat win
In all Count
Office hoara S-12 ft. wt 1-4 p. at.
Main Street Berea, Ky.
Pheao No. S
Dr. J. C. Gabbard
Office in Berea Bank & Trust
Co. Bldg., over the Bank
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Daily
F. L MOORE'S
Fine CLee RtMrinc
Fin Lin of Jewelry
CENTER ST. BEREA. KY
Rada Look Ta Germany
Moscow. The Third International
was told by Zim-vkrT. Cliiiirman !
tli Kxerutive Onininititf. that the
way to world revolution It thr.itizh
Germany. He waa not optimistic "f
Communist progress in rthpr part f
the globe during the last year, bnt he
aald the movement hud made tre
mendou atridea in Germany, atid pre
dicted that the next few month wouU
bring "surprising happfnlngs" In that
country. OptlmUtle reports have been
received from Japan and India.
Merchandise of Merit
We want to tell you about our
roods. We believe so strong in our
merchandise that we are willing to
guarantee you perfect satisfaction in
every way. The quality is good, the
prices are better.
Kentucky's famoua cake. Keep the
standard by buying the best ingredl
ents and make it early. We have
in stock now, all fresh, Canned Cit
ron, Orange Peel, Pineapple, Cherries,
Sun-Maid Raisins, Pure Ground
Spices, Pure Extracts. Roysl Bak
ing Powders, Walter Baker's Choco
late and Cocoa, Swans Down Cake
Flour the best by test.
A FREE GIFT
If you will buy $5.00 or more in
merchandise u flour, sugar, salt,
meat or lard included one 8-ir.ch
Fish Globe and two Gold Fish.
Chestnut St Berea, Ky.
Dock Herndon, of Clark county, Is
vixitfng his brother, Jske Herndon,
and family this week.
Conrad and Floyd Bales of Dayton,
O., are spending a week with rela
Misses Eunice Robertson sr.d Vol
Harrison spent the Week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Highland, of Lancas-
Mr. and Mrs. John Baugh and M.
Bascom Frar.klin spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. John Daogherty.
Mis Amanda . Brown spent the
week-end with her brother near Rich
Miss Lida Helton was called to
Barbourville on account of the death
of her cousin. Mrs. John A. Tinsley,
who was killed in an automobile ac
cident near Barbourville.
Charles Davidson and family mo
tored to East Bcrr.stadt Sunday for
a short visit.
A. F. Scruggs was in Irvine Wed
nesday and Thursday on business.
Conrad and Floyd Bales are visit-
ina; friends in Berea.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Mahon are in Chat
tanooga, Tenn., for the next two
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Lewis and
family, who are happily located in
Lexington, motored over to Berea
last Sunday in their new Buick ear.
Greer: Hill and two children, Nora
and Carl, of Underwood, Ind., came
Saturday night for' a visit with his
sister, Mrs. Bud Hoskins, and other
Dr. McGuire is 'on the sick list.
Mrs. Steele and children are en
joying their new Studebaker.
. G. E. Porter ar.d two children, An
nabell and Edward, his sister, Mrs.
Claggate and Mrs. Laura Gabbard
motored to Lexington, Monday.
Dr. and Mrs. Botkin, of Hazard,
were in Berea over. -Sunday.
The Jackson brothers, John ar.d
Will, are at Paris plastering for Mr.
Sherman Robinson, who has been
st Corbin for some time, ia home
The little son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Hayes has beer: quite sick for the
last few days.
Dr. and Mrs. McAllister, Professor
snd Mrs. Groves and Mrs. E. L. Rob
erts motored to High Bridge by way
of Shakertown Monday. They re
turned by way of Lexington.
Wm. O. Prowse, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Refnhardt ar.d Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller motored to Lexington last
Monday. . ,
Dr. Hoeve, with her two children,
moved this week, from the Hanson
olace on Jackson street to the Liddy
Isaacs property on Center street
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Logsdor: have
moved into the house vacated by Dr.
Evelyn Muncy was able to return
to her classes early in the week af
ter a week's sickness.
TRAINING AND GRADED
One of the most exciting football
games of the season was played last
Thursday between the Training School
and the Berea Graded School teams.
The game resulted in victory for the
Training School, but both teams put
up a valiant fight
Boss Parsons 1s the right band
man for the Training School, and the
Graded School team looks to "Chuck"
Bowman for approval.
1, J, 3 AND SOLD FOR A GOOD
Bids were good at the sale at Boas
Miracle's on the Jake Herr.don farm,
4 mites north of Berea, last Friday
November 10. Corn sold for $3.50
snd $3.55 at the heap, fodder brought
from 20 to 24 cents a shock, hsy
sold for 60 cents bale, eowi ranged
from $27.00 to $50.00 each, ar.d steers
averaged about 5 cents.
is now ready to do your
dyeing, dry cleaning, and
mending in fine shape.
LOOK FOR THE SICN
Everybody's Press Shop
Richardson Block, Short Street
CARD OP THANK8
We want to use this general, but
none the less sir.cere, way to express
to our friend? our gratitude for the
many kindnesses shown us during
our present sorrow. Our losa ia
great and the wealth of sympathy
snd kindlir.ess is comforting and in
spiring. We want to thank especial
ly the other churches of . the .town
for offering their buildings for the
services Sunday afternoon. We will
not live lor.g enough to return kind
ness for kindness, but the Giver of
"every good and perfect gift" will
reward for every "cup of cold water"
gHven in His name.
Chajt. B. Holder and boys
Martha E. Early and children
J. M. Early
Mr. ar.d Mrs. James Enos Walker
are the proud parents of a baby girl.
Miss Mary L. Thornton of Glen
dale, O., is visiting relatives and
friends in Beea this week.
The Georgia Rose Minstrel of
Richmond, Ky., gave a show at Far
ristown school-house Saturday night
for the ber.efit of the boys band of
Mr. and Mrs. Thorn aa Maaon gave
a new house party Sunday in their
new home in Farristown.
Miss Mae Doe spent Sunday after
noon with Mrs. Er.os Walker.
A concert will be given , Tuesday
l ight, November 14, at First Baptist
church, Richmond, Ky., by the lead
ing colored singers of Chicago, III.
Mrs. Lucy Martin spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs. Josie Merritt.
Mrs. Mallie Clark entertained a
large number of guests from Rich'
mond, Ky., Sunday.
BUYS JEFFERSON'S OLD HOME
Jefferson National Memorial Aaaocift
tion Contracts for Mantioello, Near
HU'linioml. Va., Nov. 4. The Jeffer
Son National Mcniiiriul mtxiM-liitinn hut
conlractril with Jt-nVrtuin Levy of New
York for the pun-linKo of Montlrella
home of Tlionum JenVritoii, an 1 hat
three week to make n payment ot
$.",0,1 Ml to make the Hule hlndlng". The
(HI-.'!' t.H. ff I S.VKIINUP
HK number of those who trade
with us is growing every day. Have
you joined the ranks? If not, why not?
i . jNo better meats are sold anywhere
and our prices are easy on the pocket
book. Wilder's Market and Grocery
A. J. WILDER, Proprietor
Short Street, Phone 11
The Economy Store
Just received a new supply of nuts,
citron, dates, figs, cheeries, etc.
The Prices are
Shelled Pecans, per lb $1.25
Brazil Nuts, per lb 25c
Almons, per lb 40c
English Walnuts, per lb 40c
Give us your order for bag of
Lexington Cream Flour. A white
cake made from this flour took both
first and second prizes at the Bereft
Agricultural School Fair. This cake
was made by Mrs. J. H. Jackson.
Try a bsg, $1.15 per bag.
We will pay cash for your eggs.
Brookfleld Creamery Butter, 60c
per lb. Fresh country butter, 40c
Call us when you need something
in our line. Telephone 172.
THE ECONOMY STORE
Harold Tcrrill, Mgr.
Rates for private room
with board and care
$1.50 te $3.57 per day
$10.50 to $25.00 per week
Msdisea Cirenlt Ceert
Hannah Bratchers Hrs., Flslntlffs
Hannah Bratcher's Hrs, Defendants
Pursuant to judgment and order or
sale entered In the above styled ac
tion at the October term of the Mad
ison circuit court 1922, the under
signed commissioner will expose to
Dublic ssle to the highest and best
bidder on the premises at the hour of
10 a. m. on Saturday, November 26,
1922, the following described prop
A certain tract or parcel of land
lying in Madison county, Kentucky,
on the Berea and Big Hill turnpike.
and near the city limits of the city
of Berea, Ky., and oa the north side
of said pike, and adjoining the land
of C. B. Amett and ethers, and con
taining about 1114 acres, more or
less. This land will be sold as a
whole if the plaintiffs so desire and
expresa themselves before the day of
TERMS. Said land will be sold on
s credit of six and twelve months, the
purchaser or purchasers being re
quired to execute bonds payable to
the commissioner with approved se
curity, bearing interest at the rate
of six percent from dsy of sale un
til taid. Possession to be riven on
January 1st, 1923. Lien retained on
lend to secure the payment of the
purchase money bonds.
R. B. TERRILU M. C M. C C
G. Murray Smith, Atty.
Dr. L. E. Kidwell, chiropractor, of
Richmond, Ky., has opened a bran:h
office at Boone Tavern Hotel on the
third floor, rooms 312-314, and car.
be found during this week on Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday after
noons. After this week, beginning
November 13, Dr. Kidwell will be
here on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday afternoons from 2:00 to 6:30
The charge for ads. In this eolum.i
is one cent per word, payable In ad
vance. Minimum charge for first in
sertion, 25 cents.
FOR RENT 4 rooms, with water
and lights, on Chestnut street See
i). V. Amett Chestnut St
ROOMS FOR RENT Suitable
for light housekeeping, electric lights.
Mrs. L. L. Begley, Depot street. Bo
rea, Ky. (p20
WILL SELL Portable Victor Ma
chine and Read Seal records, all in
good condition, at a bargain. See
Kalfayan, Academy Campus. .(p)
FOR RENT l-room cottage; good
garden, barn, barn lot electric
lights and water. Call or see Mrs
Laura Jones, Chestnut Street, Berea.
LOST. A lady's cost wss left on
the fender of a csr in front of J. B.
Richardson's residence Sunday, Octo
ber 29. Finder please leave at The
Citizen Office and receive reward. (P)
FOR RENT Three nicely furnish
ed rooms for light housekeeping, cor
ner Chestnut and Parkway. For
particulars call on Mrs. Laura Jones.
WANTED TO BUY I will be In
the market for furs during the win
ter snd will pay good prices. See
me at 49 Center street, Bere Ky,
any time on Monday and before 10
and after 3 on all other days. J. C
John F, Deaa J. W. Heradea
DEAN A HERNDON
The election's over and actual re
sults are still in doubt, but one thing
is certain, and that is thst we are
offering some of the best bargains in
Real Estate that were ever offered
to the public a smsll dairy farm,
fully equipped with 7 cows and all
other necessary equipment; a highly
improved bluegrass farm of about 100
acres, close to church snd school;
five new California Bungalowa in
Dixie Highway Park, theae containing
Ave rooms and bath. These houses
are entirely new, never having been
occupied. We are authorized to
take stock at their value in part pay
ment for these houses and to make
eaay terms on the rest of the pay
Want to build your own house T
We bsve the vacant lots just outside
the corporation, on the pike; water
pipe already laid to front of lots.
Some good homes up in town a store
on corner, one of the best locations
Come and see us for whatever you
want In Real Eatate. You will find
us at the Bank.
DEAN ft HERNDON
The Habit of Saving
is as valuable as any you may acquire,
more valuable even than the money you
The Berea National Bank, for many
years the friend and ally of working
people, will help you cultivate this habit.
And, at the same time, the federal super
vision under which we operate as a mem
ber of the Federal Reserve System, pro
vides additional protection for your funds.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
One beautiful new 5-room
For further information see
Gay, Kidd & Scruggs
Dealers ia Real Estate
Office, Corner Main and Center Streets,
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 wtiat you pay."
First class work for those who care.
The Model Press Shop
offers the quickest possible service in town
for all kinds of pressing", fancy plaiting,
dry - cleaning, dyeing and tailor work.
Work called for and delivered
Phone 71 Corner Main tTc Center St.
Only Gift That Only
You Can Make
And Now Is The Time For
A Studio Appointment
THE LEWIS STUDIO