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Pir Four THE CITIZEN November 14, 19tt DR. J. E. ANDERSON Office In Berea Bank 4k Trast Co. Building Berea, Ky. Office Phon 117 Rm. Phone 174 O. L. GABBARD Auctioneer Sec him at liis Barber Shop under Berea Pbst Office Before letting date of sale DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Oflie hours 8-12 a. m, 1-4 p. m. Government Dentist Located In BAKER BUILDING Main Street Berea. Ky. Phone No. 3 Local Page Newa f Berea and Vicinity, Gathered front a Variety f Source. Mrs. 'John F. Smith and children returned recently from a two weeks' visit with her parents in Oberlin, O. By mistake someone picked , op Prof. Baird's hat in the College Chapel a few days aero and left hM own in the place of it If the on who made this mistake will kindly look up Prof. Baird and make the ex change, it will not only be an ae eommodation to the Professor but will also afford considerable relief to his students, who are forced to look at him wearing a hat which was not made to fit nor to harmo nize with his personality. Miss Parker, of the Normal School, 'was given a beautiful birthday cele bration at the home of Miss Fessen den last Sunday evening;. Those present were Miss Bowersox, Miss Welsh, and Miss Fuller. Chester Parks is now operating the Victory Theatre and says that he ia going to furnish the people with wholesome np-to-date pictures. Miller Lackey and his son. Junior, were in to see County Agent S pence, Tuesday. Mr. Lackey is planning to feed eighty head of cattle thia winter. Mr. Wilder, of Walaceton, and his son, of Middleaboro, were in Berea on business, Monday. County Agent S pence 'spent Mon day, which waa court day in Mt Ver non, discussing hog cholera with the farmers of Rockcastle county. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Gott and daughter, Margaret Ruth, spent Sun day of this week with home folks on Chestnut street. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Chasteen, of Panola, have recently moved to the West End in Berea. Elmer Anglin, of Disputanta, was visiting friends in Berea the last of the week. Mrs. H. C. Combs and daughters, Ruth and Gladys, of Center street, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Powell, of Depot street, Sun day. Mrs. George Gatliff, of near Wll die, was visiting her sister, Mrs. El len Strunk, of Depot street, Sunday and Monday. T. M. Rose, of Jackson county, wan In Berea on business the first of the week. ' Moss Rocker, of Berea, spent the week-end with home folks near Wil die. Thanksgiving . W should be thankful for the many good thing w receive dally, and more espneialy our hearts ought to be full of the Thanksgiving spirit at thia season. W are pleased to say that w are thankful. We are thankful for th nice business that our friends have given Th Economy Store, and hop that w kve given you such good values and servlc that w may continue to share a portion of your patronage. W Cordially Iavite Toa t Visit Our Stor R. R. HARRIS ' Caestaat Street Phoa 110 Mr. and Mrs. J. L Jones, of Gooch land, were week-end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Powell of Depot street Porter-Moore Drug Store Is being moved Into the beautiful new build ing on Main street which ia Just com pleted. Talmadge Rose, of Eglon, was in Berea the first of the week on busi ness. He alse visited friends and relatives while here. Mr. Hibbard, Berea marshal, re turned Monday from Knoxville, where he has been for several days In search of a violator who is wanted in Clay county. He left Tuesday on a mule for Manchester, where he la going on legal business. Dick Hollingsworth, Virgil Cook, and Tommy Anderson left Tuesday for Jackson county on a hunting trip.' B. P. Allen has sold his interest in' the Berea Drug Co. to P. S. Gentry. Mr. Gentry is a promising young man, courteous and generous. The Missionary Socioty of Berea Baptist Church entertained the Mia-' sionary Society of Richmond Baptist Church, Tuesday. Dr. Donald Edwards, of Louisville, is spending his Thanksgiving vaca tion with his parents, Dean and Mrs. J Edwards. Mrs. Sallie Bogie and daughter en tertained at dinner Thursday, Mrs. Bertie Lewis, Prof. Guilliama, Mrs. Hester Miny, Mrs. A. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robertson and daughter, Mrs. Bess Lewis, of Ver sailles, and Mra. Lillian Vance, of Hazard. All report a good time. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Johnson and two children spent the day Sunday j in Richmond with their daughter,! Mrs. J. B. Turner. Mrs. Bess Lewis, of Versailles, and Mra. Lillian Vance, of Hazard, have been visiting their mother and sister, Mrs. A. J. Smith, and Mrs. Jack Robertson, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Bogie and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chestnut, of Lexington, and Mr. Robert Fox, of Lancaster, motored over from Lex ington and spent the day Sunday with Mrs. Bogie and daughter, Liz zie. Mrs. A. J. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Jack Robertson, and little daughter sp-mt the week-end in Richmond with Mrs. Smith's daugh ter, Mra. Bert Johnson. BAPTIST CHURCH The Berea Baptist Church cordial ly invites you to its revival meeting to begin Sunday, November 27. The evangelist la Arthur Fox, of Paris, Ky. The ainger la Jim Brown, of Chattanooga, Venn. The evangelist will arrive on Monday, November 28. LOGSDON MAHONE The marriage of Dr. June M. Logs don, of Berea, Ky., to Miss Mary Caldwell Mahone, of Richmond, Kyi was quietly solemnized Thursday, No-1 vember 17, at the home of Rev. I. J. Spencer- in Lexington, Ky, the Rev. I. i J. Spencer officiating. Miss Mahone is j the daughter of W. R, Mahone, who: passed away a few weeks ago. She' is a professional nurse, having done private practice in Berea, Richmond, j and Winchester. Miss Mahone comes I from one of the oldest and most prominent families in Central Kentuc ky. Dr. .Logsdon is a prominent den tist in Berea, and a graduate of the Louisville Dental School. He is the son of C. W. Logsdon, well known farmer living at Wallaceton, Ky. Those present at th wedding were. Mrs. C. W. Williams, sister of the bride, Otto Emberg, and Mrs. Mor gan. Dr. Logsdon and Mrs. Mahone Logsdon have many friends who con gratulate them. Oh-O, Manl Maym Who waa that handsome old man looking at me w just passed T Macltfe That's Doctor Bluff of the tare lnnni anvliim Notarv Publie Phone No. 49 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Practice 48Ckestnul Su, by M.S. Church in all Courts BEREA, KY. Do You Know That th leather business is one that NO ONE can lean la a week, moot r year My knowledge of leather and Its beaelta la th reanlt f mora than TWENTY TEARS oT acta, al experience. Thia Is en rea son I an la position U giv th .pabli th beet material sad workmanship la She and Bar. aeae Work. QUICK SERVICE aad SATISFACTION. Try THOMA Short Street Bern, Ey WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. and Mrs. BlufTord Jennings from Cartersville visited C. H. Todd, Sunday, Virgil Viara hat moved to R. H. Todd'a plare. -Mrs. Abbie Coffey, of Wild!, Is v'sltlng her alster, Mrs. Jane Coffey, Mrs. Reynolds and her daughter, Ruth, made a business trip to Heldlo- burg and Boattyvill the first of the week. D. C. Alcorn, of Drip Rock, was visiting here the first of the week. W. B. Harris and J. C. Faulkner were horn for the week-end. airs, urns Moor visited her mother, Mrs. Jcckson, on Monday. J. H. Gabbard's Heir Defendanta Mrs. Montgomery Jackson gusseed Pursuant to judgment and order of the exact number of seeds In a pump- sale, entered in the abov styled ae kin and won the twenty-dollar prize tion, by the Madison Circuit Court offered by the Welch' Department at its October Term, 1921, the under Stores. Charles McDanlel won tliej signed Commissioner will expos to five-dollar prize in the Hardware , publie aale to the highest and best Department Dave Jackson, after being -con- fined at horn three weeks. Is able Saturday, November 28, 1921, the fol to be out again, and left Sunday" for lowing described property, to-wit: Jackson, Ky. I A certain lot of land in th City Jake Herndon and Juatie Jackson of Berea, Ky, on Depot street and went to Winchester and Ashland last ' desert bed aa follows. Beginning at week to see football games. i - stake on Depot street, thence west Mr. Mcintosh ia moving Into th 25 feet to a stake, thence south 125 house vacated by Mrs. Reynolds. I feet to a stake, on a ten foot alley, Mr. P. D. Robbins, of Scranton, thence east 25 feet to a stake, thence Pa, (who will b remembered aa Mlsa south 125 feet to the place of begin Candace Stout) ia visiting her. jning. Miss Daisy Baker left Monday for, TERMS: Said land will b aold on Irvine. Miss Gertrude Hogg, and Academy student visited Mrs. Kilbourn the with approved aecuiity, payable to first of the week. the) Commissioner and bearing six Mrs. Tom Baker returned Saturday percent interest from day of aale un from a visit with her daughter at til paid, with a lien retained on the Irvine. property sold until said bond and in- James Chasteen, from Panola, Is moving to the McGuire place in West End. H. T. Chasteen, from Big Hill, visited Marion Chasteen. Sunday. Rev. Hudson preached at Olivet Chapel Sunday night Mrs. E. Lunsford, from Brookaville, Ind, visited her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Mc Daniel, last week. ' Chas. McDaniel, Chas. Duerson, Tine Williams, and several othera par- ticlpated In a big fox hunt Monday night Mr. and Mrs. Baker, from Speed well, visited ftfarion Chasteen the first of the week. Mrs. H. Parsons, Mrs. P. D. Rob- bins and Mrs. Faulkner visited Mrs. Purkey the first of the week. CLUB ANNOUNCEMENTS At the general meeting of the Wo, man'a Club. November 16, Mrs. Hern, joint,,,, the lande of Salem Weaver, don and Mra. Cowley gav a very w a. Towery, Cynthia Balem, Bert interesting report of the meetings at Rogers, and othera. This land is the District Convention of WomenSjTery well Improved, In a good neigh Clubs held at Lawrenceburg, Kentuc- borhood, and is convenient to church Icy. Next year's convention will b M ad schools. held at Danville. Kentucky. - For further description 'see the Mrs. Riker, a member of the State pleadings filed In thia case. Board of Penal and Feeble-minded TERMS. Said land will be sold on Institutions, gave a very Interesting credit of tix months, th purchaser talk on work which is done to Im-.beina- required to execute sale bond prove conditions of these Institutions,' and on the methods of teaching and treatment used with the object of de- veioping in lines in wnicn wese un- fortunate inmates are interested, and ineretjy to a large extent control tneir mental disturbances. is nopea mat every woman win Immediately after th abov sal I keep in mind the "Gift Shop," which 11 sell the following personal prop will be opened to the public Monday !--. administrator of Hiram Bow- noon. November 28. at Boone Tavern Now Read This! W give new life to your old shoes by keeping them well soled and re paired. lon't discard them simply because the look worn out They have to be mighty far gone before we giv them up. Yur old shoes feel good, and when we get thru with them they look good. Rand Made Harness a Specialty-. A. E. RIVERS HarrUMM Ndg. Cheataat 8t List Your Property FOR SALE wit. Scruggs, Welch & Gay REAL ESTATE ACENTS Berea, Keolacky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Finei Line- of Jewelry CENTER ST. srjux KY and will continue until Tuesday night Mrs. John Welch Is general business manager and any desired in formation concerning the Gift Shop can be obtained from her. Tea will be served In the afternoon of both daya of the sale, and special effort ia being made to exhibit arti ties both beautiful and useful, very reasonably priced. Wo Invite you all most cordially to I com and se our exhibit; and If it please you, bar COMMISSIONERS' BALE J. H. Cabbard nelra Plaintiff va. bidder, on thti premise in Berea, Ky., at the hour of 1:30 o'clock p. m., on a credit of aix months, th purchaser being required to execute sal bond terest is fully paid. R. B. TERRILL, Master Commis sioner Madiaon Circuit Court COMMISSIONERS' SALE Hira Bowlia's Heirs Plaintiffs va. Hiram Bowlia's Heirs Defendanta Pursuant to judgment and order of sal entered In th abov styled ac tion by th Madiaon Circuit Court at Jt, October Term, 1921, the under- signed Commissioner will expose to public aale to the highest and beet bidder, on th premises near Berea, Madison county, Ky, at th hour of 10 o'clock a. m, on Saturday, Novem ber 26, 1921, th following described property, to-wit: A certain tract of land in VadTeon county, Ky., on the Walaceton pike, and known aa th Hiram Bowlin home place, containing 49 H acres and ad- p,y,bl to th Commissioner, and bearing six percent interest from day of m1, nnt;i paI th Hen retained 0a th land -aold until aald bond and Interest is fully paid. r. B. TERRILL, Master Commls- sinner Madiaon Circu't Court lln. A good Jersey cow, farming implements snd household furniture. Terms mad known on day of sal. JAMES BOWLIN. Administrator Classified Advertisements FOR RENT A new three-room house on Prospect Ave- at Berea. Leroy Alcorn. FOR SALE Good seven-room house; right See J. W. HOSKINS. price Several thoroughbred White Plym outh Rock Ceckerela for aale; $2.60 each. John F. Smith. 57 Jackson St FOR SALS House snd lot on Pearl street. Ba re. For particulars se Mrs. E. C Wyatt, or phono No. (BO. FOR SALE A new four-room house. For particulars se I-eroy Alcorn, Prospect vt venue, Berea, Ky. FOR SALE Four-room bouse. good well In porch, and ten acrea of land on Walnut Meadow pik. Price is right Se E. F. Ogg. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Four-year-old pony, aaf for children to handle, harness and buggy. E. F. Harris, Boon Tavern Barber Shop. FOR SALE On account of leaving Berea, I will sell all incubators and brooders at a sacrifice price; also on good bicycle for sal. Earnest Bartlett First com first served. Every Banking Facility We place at your disposal every facility for the prompt and efficient handling of your banking business. - With Capital and Surplus of $75,000 and Rersources of $500,000 we are in a position to serve you to your fullest satisfaction, while our membership in the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM enables us to offer the most com plete co-operation in providing adequate ac-. eommodation as writ as advice and inform ation on business and financial matters. Make this strong Bank your Bank. Berea National 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 Berea. Feeds of all kinds. Call and see. Keep your eye on us till after Xmas. A. B. Cornett & Sons Phono No. 129 Main Street - - Berea, Kentucky LILY WHITE FLOUR Better than ever. It bakes everything KENTUCKY CORN MEAL Best on the market. Always Iresh. Sold at reasonable prices and guaranteed by all grocers MANUFACTURED AT HOME Berea Milling Company BEREA KENTUCKY WANTED: Man with car to aell low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130.00 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 1501 Boulevard, Benton Harbor, Mich. LOST A pair of glasses, In black case, somewhere between Welch's cor ner and Swinford's store in West End. Finder please return to Citi- en Office and receive reward. Owen Wells. LOOK HERB I If making your dollar go th limit means anything to you, let m tak your magazine and newspaper sub scriptions. Clubbing offers a spe cialty. Remember, I guarantee to underquote any existing agency. Otis R. Blakey, 202 Pearsons Hall. FOR SALE OR RENT A six room house with running water In kitchen; larg double lot; good gar den, barn and hen house; within ten minutes' walk of Berea College. Ap ply Prof. Ralph Rigby. IMPORTANT. READ DOWN Second-hand clothing, etc. Bring your discarded clothing, shoes, etc., to m st Doe's Barber Shop on Short Street and I will sell them st a ra- sonabls commission. I have for sale, cheap, a lot 'A army goods. Clean' Ing and pressing neatly dons. Mrs. R. B. Do CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Alfred E. Ross, formerly Assistant Professor of Physical Education of Berea College, now chief distributing agent of th Cedar Chest Supply Co., ill send prepaid a genuine Baby Grand Chest upon receipt of only $2.00. Order now before supply is exhausted. Th Cedar Chest Supply Co, Hammond, lad. KENTUCKY HARRIS' MAGAZINE AGENCY Any newspaper or magaaln for nlshed at lowest poasibl pries. Make your own club and save money by subscribing thru me. E. F. Bar ris, Boone Tavern Barber Shop. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Your statj and county taxes for the. year of 1121 are now du and ia. my handa for olfaction. On all taxes that are not raid on th first day of December, 1?2X, a penalty of per cent and 6 per cent interest wQl b added as provided for ia Sec U3 Kentucky Statutes. P. S. WHITLOCK, Sheriff Madiaon County BEREA-RICH MONO AUTO LINE Tlme-Tabl Leav Richmond (Glyadoa Hotel) T:00 a. as. Arriv Berea f US a. as. Leaves Berea (Boons Tavrn) 10:M aaa Arrives Richmond lOtil a,aa Far I1JS I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I waat aa prtnlty viae yoa that I CAN SATE YOU MONEY aad gtv year feet comfort Aad I waat to farther ceaviac ye that mr work aad material ia f th wry heat, coapled with sjulck aervie, at prices aa higher, thaa yea pay for enfetter work aad pee service. All wrk gaareateed. U TBOMA Short Street or, Ky.