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Para Four THE CTTIZXN November M, Kt DR. 1. B. ANDERSON la Rerea Baak Trail Ce, Baildlag ' IWff ft Ky Office Pace 117 Rca. Phea 1T4 O. L. GABBARD Auction See him at his Barler Shop onde Berea Pwt Office Before set pur thttc of vale DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Sea hoars 8-12 a. at, 1-4 p. a. GoTernment Dentist, Located fan BAKER BUILDING Main 8treet Bra, By. PImm Na i Local Page Newa at Berea aad Vicinity, Gathered from a Tarlety . ef Searcea. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Chrisman, of Par', Ky., have been visiting th! week la Berea at the homes of Arch Scrivner and Edgar Scrivner. Mrs. L. C. Gabbard, of WaHaceton, ia spending several days in Berea with her daugh'er, Mrs. R. M. Moore. Mr. Wilder and family, yf Center street, left recently for Florida, whee they will spend the winter. William Gabbard, Sr., ia very ill with pneumonia. . Mr. Hurley and family, of Jackson county, have moved to Berea. Lea Ballard, of Hazard, was here Tuesday to participate in the elee tion. Dr. J. C Gabbard, of Hazard, spent the first part of the week in Berea. R. H. Reysfn, who ia teaching at Brsssfield, spent from Saturday till Tuesday with hia family in Berea, Tha mary friend of M'ss Nell Case are glad to aee her in Berea inl& John Hawkins, of near Bobtown, visited hia troirer, Joaeph Hawkina, Sunday. ... Rev. L A. Byrd, of Calvary. Bap tist Church Richmond, preached a very interotTR and helpful sermon at tha Baptist Church, Sunday morn , Rev. John Cunningham ia holding a revival at the Calvary Baptist Chorea. i Mr. and Mrs. John C. Carl an Bounce the birth of a daughter, Berna Mae, on Monday, October 17, 1921 Mr. and Mrs. Carl are both former student of Berea, The of voice the com munity, the record of its hiatorr in tha ar chives of state and nation, is the Home Town Paper. Subscribe for Your-Hoi Town PaperjyeeV Not. 7-12 p and Down! we are f"H i yyiaritr best to give yon the best gooda for the lowest price. Therefore we are poshing the quality up and the price down. Wa want you to remember "The Economy Way." Armours' Bulk Oats, 9c ; S lbs. for 25c. Armours' 65 oi. package, 83c, 2 for 5e the kind to buy, the qual ity ia excellent and the price shows economy. There have been several good ladies who have told oa about how fine Lexington Maid Flour was. We want you to try it so you will be a booster. The best flour ia tha cheaper. Hog killing is on soon. Remem ber we have that strictly pure ground pepper Black Pepper and Spices and Red Pepper; the good kind for pork Naosage, Tou know the rest. We certainly appreciate the liberal patronage we have had and hope we may merit a part of your future Vi.it The Kceaemy R. R HARRIS Paeae 1M Cl seta at Bereet INTERESTING PROGRAM - (Too lata for publication lat week) The O. P. M. Club of Wallacetoa gsve a vary Interesting program oa Mrday rl?ht which wu wal. tend ed H ipita of tha rata. Tha housa wu beautifully decorat ed with bright colored foliage and ere pa paper. Ghoita and witch? lumcu in nnu vicw aim iur- tunea were told, to tha great delight of the young people. j One of the 'ntsresting feature was the NeTTO Doctor, who cured all kinda of d'seases in abort order. . A Sl'PR'SE BASKET DINNER Mr. and Mr. T. J. Robenon were very much surprised on returning frem church, to find a bountiful bas ket dinner spread awa'ting them. Among tha gqod thirga ti eat were bailed ham, chicke-s ba'-ed an J fried, mutton, ham, five different sa'a4s, picklea, plea, cakes, lemonade aid' Ice cream, and many other thing not ment'ored. Among those present were, Mr. nri Mrs. W. D. Parka and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Eva-e and famly and Mr. and Mr. Wm. Kindred. Everyone reports an er joy able time spent GLADES NEWS T'ne Roberts, of German town, O, ia here visiting his daughter, Mrs. Chas. Evars, and other relatives. Dock Herndon and hia three daugh ters, of Winchester, attended Sunday School at Glades Sunday and were dinner guesta of the J. W. Herndon family at-Berea. The Glades congregat:on observed the Lord's Supper with the Berea Christian Church Sunday. Frank D. Johnson, accompanied by his cousin. Miss Flossie Johnson motored to Lex'ngton Sunday, -where they met some very Intimate friends from Cincinnati. B. S. Terrlll was a business visitor in Richmond Monday. . Mrs. Docia Cole, of the Bobtown section, passed away Tuesday from infirmities of o'd age.- The remain were taken to Berea cemetery Wed nesday for- Irterment. She leaves orie son, Frank Cole, and one daugh ter.' Mrs. Zesk Edster, to surv've. The praver service at Grades Church every Thursday ni?ht still cont;nues. Tou are extended a cordi al invitation to join in and make Jt a real crater meet'ng. E. F. Harria and family move! this week from Clay City here to reside. , WORLD NEWS (Continued from Fare One) The Bank of England has just de cided to lower its rate of interest 'to five percent For some time it has stood at five and one-half, having been reduced from six. Th's reduc tion followed a similar one by tha Federal Reserve Banks of the United States. It was made Possible by the increase of funds due to payments made by the English government of loans made' dur'ng the war. A movement downward of interest charges will help to stimulate pro duction, aa business IT) 611 will be mo'e willing to borrow. This action must be regarded aa an indication of bet ter industrial conditions and a nor- m&i but gradual return to prosperity. By labor and economy alone can be expected that good time will turn. ITmoUton. tilea of a siuio la a man who marries a lady lawyer and then tries to make an alibi stick. lalias newa , About Twenty-eight Tlpl" Ye, my son." . 'hat ar the middle SKesT" IVhy. the middle ace, my boy. are ie ones wnicn, wnen iw wini reach, they stop counting." Tonkers IhIhkkd. Notaa? Ps'blic PhooeNa4e W. B. WALDEN tiTTORNEY-AT-LAW Pracrio 4aCatB0t8u,by M.B.Cbnrch la aw Coena BEREA, KY. Do You Know That Ua bataer basiaaea la aae that 0 ONB caa team ta week, aaaata a year? My kaewledge ef Wether aad Ma beaeSts ia tha reaalt ef am taaa TWENTY TEARS ef seta al expsrisace. This la aae rea aaa I am Is peaHlea U give the aablie tae beat awUrial aad werhanaala ta Baea aad) Ear aaaa Werk. QUICK SBET1CB aad SATISFACTION. Try TSOMA tract Told m "Wasn't it tine about Pris ' cilia getting honors in her school work last term?" said Mrs. Smith to Mrs. Brown. "What?" asked Mrs. Brown. "I didn't know about it" "But it was in the Home' Town Paper," replied Mrs. . Smith. "Don't you take itr "No," said Mrs. Brown, "but I am going to." And she did, for this is a true story. As much a part of the community life as is the school or church is the Home Town Paper. Subscribe for Your Home Town Paper Week, Not. 7-1 2 WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. John Men'fee were visiting at W ldie the drat of tha week. I Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Robinson, from Pairt Lick, visited Caleb Todd, Sun da. I BlufT"rd Jenninn has moved from Wet End to Cartersvi'le ad R W. Todd is moving to the house vacated by h'm. ? Mss Ruth Collins, who has been vis't-'nar st Mm. Cork's. hs returned to her home at Kerbv Knob. Rev. Hmison preached at Olivet Chanel Sundav right ' . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bullen, from Wildie. vis:ted Mrs. Nash. Sunday. last Sn"dav fe Sw'nford famflv relobrated the birthday of Frank Swinford. More than twenty -rela. tive took d'nrer wth him. Fridav n'eht Olivet Surday-achol rave an entertainment to raise moev for the'r Ch'istma tree. Tho ladies nf the Sundav-schoot save a r.lv. -The Old Maids Matrimonii Cub." Sneclal music was furnished bv Mr. Oasteen and Miss Ambro, ard a -plate of randy was boucrnt f.r the Tinneriest" looklne wan. The Ladre Aid met with Mrs. J. H. JarVaon, Wednesdav afternoon. D. W. Jackson has had a sore, foot nd has been unable to walk. Mrs. Orris Moore and l'Ple son snert Sunday with Mrs. J. H. Jack son. Mrs. Nannie Johnson is vis:ti"g her brother, S. L. Black, of Rich mond, this week. Greene Fowler is moving to the farm and Mr. Pennington ia moving to his place. ' Mr. a-d Mrs. Lewis Murnhy. of Lancaster, visited Joe Davia the first ofhaweek. Now Read This! by keeping them well soled and re paired. )ont discard them simply because the look worn out. They have to be mighty far gone before we give the up. ur old shoes feel good, aad when we get thm with thera they look good. Hand Made Haraeaa a Specialty A. RIVERS HareUoa Hdg. Cheataat 8t List Your Property ' FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE AGENTS Berea, Ktatacky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR x -Tirst Class Repairing ' AND Fan Lin of Jenvelry CCNTCR ST. BCRCA, KY The Citizen jbeos this town. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Bible School topics "Paul before tha Roman Governor." Golden text: "Herein I also exercise myself . to have a conscience void.' of effenss toward God and man arwayt Acts 24:18. One hundred and two presort last Lord's Day very fine, but wt missed you. Be sure and com next Lord's Day. Come en time 9:45 a. m. I C. E. Society meets r.t 6:15 p. m.1 Tonics "Wrong and Rijht Wayi of Speaklrg." Morning worship next Lord's Day, 11:00 o'clock, sermon by W. J. Huds peth, past'r. All members are urged to com. We invite visitor. You are wel- come. The revival he'd by E. Rov Can trv, evangelist, was good. All were pleased with hia goapel message. He ia true to the Book. There were fifteen additions. We hope he will come again. KEY MEN TIEn CLOSE TO DODGE BROTHERS Prea'dent Hvaes and Treeaarer Bal lantvse Siva Lony-T-rm Cra 8et at Rsat Ramon r.f Chang m Policies Factory at 60S Daily. Fred v J. Harries, president, and John Ballartvne, treasurer, the key execut'vea of Dodge Brothers, have Hist entered into an Iron-clad con tract with that company covering a long period of vears. Th n -ment to tr tended to act at rest at orce and for a'l ti""e thought- th't there is the slightest chance of a change in Dodre Brother, either 'n ownerahin or management Ever since the pas-'ng of the found ers, John F. ard Horace E. Dodge, the future r-f the big buine ha been the aub'et of rjeeulntim. It plend:d atanding in the commercial world, the great record of ti achieve-! mert and Us sadden fu'ure, with al most limit'es posalb'litie. nat'jially made mouths water and toretes scatter rumors wherever wisoacrcs forgathered. But the stories and rumors, f atr ing aa they were, became annoyini to the ownca of the busines the only ones who were not eonsn!t-d in the proposed disposition of t. Dodge Brothers' management grew weary ef denying each crop of rum ors as they periodically appeared. The action just taken by the board of directors, therefore, is in the na ture of a final answer. 1 By it, It is assured that President Haynea goes right a'orf being chief executive of the institution and that there Is not, and rever waa, the slightest idea of disturbing the origi nal organization selected by the founder of the business; and that ha never functioned better than it ia doing right now. Dodge Brother are producing 500 car every working day and are be hind on their order. Classified Advertisements FOR RENT A new three-room house on Prospect Ave, at Ik rea. Leroy Alcorn. LOT FOR 8ALB Large lot on West Chestnut street. Bargain. See M. L. Spink. VOB flAI.EEvealaiar Ifotorevele. ia good running order, at a bargain. W. C. Noble, Treasurer's Office or U Estill street. TOR SALE Good seven-room bouse; price right Sea J. W. BOSKINS. Several thoroughbred White Plym outh Rock Cockerels for sal; 12.60 each. Joha F. Smith, 67 Jackson St FOR SALE Housa and 'lot on Pearl street, Be rea. For particular aaa Mrs. E. C Wyatt, or phone No. 150. FOR SALE A new four-room bouse. For particulars see Iroy Alcorn, Prospect Avenue, Berea, Ky. FOUND Bunch of keya oa Prospect street Sea H. Hudson, Woodwork office, and pay for ad. LOST Gold wrist watch with Swiss movement Sunday afternoon. Return to Ogg'a Studio. Stray Sag, light colored sow weighing about 120 Iba, strayed to Geo. Thompson's, Berea, Ky. FOR SALE Four-room bouse, good well in porch, and tea acre of land on Walnut Meadow pike. Price is right See E. F. Ogg. HARRIS' MAGAZINE AGENCY , Any newspaper or magaaine fur nished at lowest posa bla price. Make your own clube aad save money by subscribing tarn aw. IV F. Har: ris, Berea, Ky. ' Will you boost the Every Banking Facility We place at your disposal every facility for the prompt and efficient handling oi your banking business. x . With Capital and Surplus of $75,000 and Rersources of $500,000 . are in a position to serve you to your fuliVst satisfaction, while our membership in the FEDERAL REbERVE SYSTEM enables us to offer the most com plete co-operation in providing adequate ac commodation as well as advice and inform ation on-business and financial matters. Make this strong Bank your Bank. Berea Nationsd Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEREA At Honest Abe's Seed Rye, Timothy, Blue Grass, Red Top, and Orchard Grass at the lowest price. Also completest line of Hard ware and Queens ware in town. Most up-to-date Grocery stock in Bsrea. Feeds of all kinds. Call and see. Keep your eye on us till after Xmas. A. B. Cornett & Sons Phone Main Street LILY WHITE FLOUR Better than ever. It bakes everything 1 KENTUCKY CORN MEAL Best on the market. Always trrnh. Sold at remablr pricci and guaranteed by all gnwer MANUFACTURED AT HOME Berea Milling Company BEREA IMPORTANT I It will pay job to see me about your magasine and newspaper sub- scrlptions. I guarantee rates lower than any existing agency. Otis E. Blakey, 202 Pearsons 1111 GUERNSEY BULL Ultra Glenwood Boy No. 64900, wOJ be found at my ban In Berea after November 15. This bull carries some of the best blood of tha breed. Fee 13.00 to Insure a heifer calf. Ask for pedigree. M. L. Spink, Berea, Ky. IMPORTANT, READ DOWN .Second-hand clothing, etc. Bring your discarded clothing, shoes, ttc, to me at Doe's Barber Shop oa Short Street and I will sell them at a rta sonable commission. I have for sale, cheap, a lot ut army gooda. Clean ing and pressing neatly done. Mr. R. a Dee CHRI8TMAS SPECIAL Alrd E. Roaa, formerly Assistant Professor of Physical Education .of Berea College, now chief distributing agent of the Cedar Chest Supply Co, will send prepaid genuine Baby Grand Chest upon receipt of only $2.00. Order now before supply is exhausted. The Cedar Chest Supply Co, Hammond, Ind. FOR BIG TYPE POLAND CHINA Write Greeafleld'a Herd. T. J. aad L. R. Jones, Prop, N. Middlctewa, Kentucky. Opea gilts, wt 100 lbs $20 Gilts or males, 50 to 601b. $16 Bred gilts, wt 160 to 175ba.....$35 Choice, ready to use Boars, $26 to $35 Caa give references for reliability reg'ater any hog on the farm and will give value of the check aant for a hog. T. J. sad L. R. Jaaea booster? KENTUCKY No. 129 Berea, Kentucky KENTUCKY WANTED Salesman with car ta call on dealera with a lev arteed 6,000 mile fabric and It, 000 mile card tire; $100.00 a week with extra missions. UNIVERSAL TIRE k RUBBER COMPANY, MleBtgaa City, , Indiana. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Your stall and county taxes for the year of 1021 are now doe aad my hands fort ollectioa. Oa all tax that are not paid oa the Irat day of December, lf21, a penalty 0 1 per cent and 0 per cent Interest wtll be added a provided for la Sac 41J3 Kentucky Statute. P. 8. WHTTLOCK, Sheriff Madam Ceaaty BEREA-RICBMOND AUTO LBtfl Time-Table Leaves tiramond (Glyadoa Betel) 1M av Arrives Berea Leaves Berea (Booae Tavern) Arrives Richmond Fare tlJe I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I waat aa epeertaait a earn, viace yea that I CAE BATE TOU MONET aad gate yaear feet ceatferC And I want aa fertaer re viace yea thai tav werk aad autUrial la af taa vary neat, ceapled with ejeick aeevtee, at price aa higher taaa yaa pay for saierlat wark aad near aervlca. AO werk rasrsateei . aee TBOMA Short Street Beeea, Ky.