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December 29, 1911 Faga Pour B. ANDERSON Office la Berea Bank Trost Co. Baildiaf Berea, K. Office rhon 217 Re. Phone 174 O. L GABBARD At ctioneer See lim at bis Barber Shop umlr Ikrea Post Office Hffre setting date of ale DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office hour 8-12 a. m, 1-4 p. m. Government Dentist Locsted in RAKER BUILDING Main Street Berea. Ky. Phone No. 3 Local Page News of P.erea snd Vicinity, Gathered from a Variety of Sources. Leonard Hatfield, wh is enipl jyed wilh the Ford Motor !:, H vith his parents, Mr. and Mrs Wni. H-.tfieU, through the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lo.'r.t.art p;''t a rart of the h didays w'-i the lut ters parents in Owsl? ':. Tom Rcbinson. of Louisville, was here a few davs thru Christmas with his sister. Mrs. W. F. Kidd, and brother, E. L. Robinson. Harold Terrill is in Afcron, O., for a short vacation. Tom Adams of Hazard, is spending this week with his mother on Cen ter street Rev. Flbert Winkler, from Junction City, will preach at the Christian Church the third of January at sev en o'clock. Tilman Rich, who has been work ing at Louirvil'e, was visitinir friends in Berea the first of the week. Mr. ana airs, w . n. roner am , daughter, Francis, of Lexington, spent Monday of this week with Mr. For- ter's brother, G. E. Porter, of Berei Mrs. Vernon Eads and little, DR. J, daughter, Una Mildred, were v:siting Tue8(iav for Huntsville, Alabama. Mrs. Eads' father, Bob Cosby, of Red where Mr Livengood is to assume Hoe. over Sunday. jcortrol of a business college. Many The Boone Tavern Garage has pur- , Berea frjf nds wish the Livingood chased a new Garford bus wh:ch is famil. mucn 8Ut.ceS8 in their new a decided addition to the transporta-, enterprise. tion facilities of Berea. One of the; Edfrar oore amI famiy have re. principal uses to which the new buSjturT(,d hnme after an exten(ei visif will be put will be the transportation in Philadelphia, of Normal students to and from the , c h Johnson .s spending the holi rural schools adjacent to Berea f r dsy geason at tk tome of his fatrer. inspection purposes. We compliment , peputy Sheriff, J. W. Johnson the Garage upon this new vehicle. Mr McCIintock, of Irvine, spent Miss Betty Logsdon, a former resi- , hristmaa in Btiea. dent of Berea, who for the past three years has made her home in Cincin nati, annoiincen her enpappmenf. to Mr. E. R. Stevenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stevenson, and treasurer of The Templar Cincinnati Motors Company, distributors of Temp'ar Motor Car in the state of Ohio. L-- Npd Ilerndon, Paul Muncy. and eal res'denters will remember that Ray Chrisman, who have been at this is the same couple who were terding the Greenbrier Mil tary Acad fined for speeding on a flying visit tmy, are spending the holiday sea to Berea several months ago. Miss son at their homes in Berea. Logsdon states that the marriage will take place in a short time. New Year's Greetings j We wish you one and all nappv New Year and hope the year of 1922 will bring to you daily many things j that will be pleasing to you. Let us i Lt much as poss ble propagate go' d , cheer, good fellowship, good service, j We thank you for past favors and kindlv ask you to consider The Econ omy St-re when you are in the mar ket for the pood things to start the New Year right. Let us sunnlv your flour needs with ' Lexington Maid. We do not say just as good, but it is better than the best you have ever us"d. Let : it be Lexington Maid next time. j Did you ever use Gault House steel cut coffee If not, do not put it off, any longer. Let a pound come in the' next order. You will be pleased, j Broom values we have are excel- lent. Sea them. Prices 45c, 60c,, 76c, 90c. R. R. IIARRIS Proprietor The Economy Paoae ISO Cneatnot Street BEREA-LEXINGTON BUS LINE Beginning Monday, December 19 For One Week Only HOLIDAY SPECIAL Bus leaves Boone Tavern each morning at 700 a.m. Arrives at Lexington at 9:30 a.m. Making connection with Southern R. R. which leave at 10 30 a. m. Bus leaves Lexington (in front of Phoenix Hotel) at 4:00 p.m. Fare, one way, $3.00; round trip, $4.50 CANFIELD TAXI I A card from Auburn Hc'ghts, Mich., tells of a splendid Christmas ot street, who have been visiting i package which came to Mr. and Mrs. friends in Richmond returned home i Walter B. White in the form of a the first of the week, i bouncing 7 pound boy. He has been J. L. Jones, of Goochland, who christened Walter, Jr. Mr. and Mrs was on his way to Richmond on busi ' Wh'.te hope to return to Berea early ness was entertained at dinner by his j jn tne term. brother-in-law, T. M. Powell, of De- Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Eversole and two children, of Lordnn. Ky.. have been spending the Christmas season ik. knmna r.t hit Kro'her :r t , : v 1 ; .Ttiu pmtT, iv. "''""v ...... I P. W. Webb, also vis ting at the ; home of Mrs. Eversole's brother, A. B. Cornett. j Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Glass, of Cincinnati, O, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Durham, of the Foun dation School. M'sses Bettie and Mattel Lewis and Vivian Moffett, of Lexington, spent the week-end in Berea with friends Mrs. B'll Cosby was visi'ing Bob Cosby, of Red House, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton are Red House visitors this week. Dr. Claggett, of South Dakota was a Berea visitor for a few days, visi t:ng his daughter, Mrs. Robert F Sperce, and his nephew, G. E. For- ter. , Miss Martha Dean who Is teach-1 ing in Mayo College at Paintsviile was a Berea vis'tor this week be:ng , guest of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dean. j Mrs. S. P. Scruggs, of Flemings-, burg. i3 visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. F. j Scruggs this wek. Scruggs, V. v'ih a-d Gar, Berea j real estate aients, sold the 1100 acre farm of I. V. Pooley in Rockcastle , courity to G. L. Wren lharlie Fian.iy left Thursday for Nashville, Ttnn., where he is con '.ct ted wi'.V ihe .V: icultural Depart ment of to li. xrrsity of Tennessee at Nashville. J. W. Dooley. of Knoxville, Tenn., is in Berea on Business this week. "Red" Anderson, a druggist, of Hazard, is visiting friends in Berea tnjs 0fto ErtlDerg gpent Christmas In Berpa M of his motheri Mrs. Anna Ernberg. F M Tiveluroo(i anj fami'v left M. E. Vaughn went to Lexington Thursday. John Webb. ' Detroit. nd Leon wbh- Irvine- are Pending the ""stmas holidays with their parenU on Jackson street. Miss Elsie Williams who has been visit'ng her sister, Mrs. Egbert Mac Donald, of Railroad street, returned to her home in Winona, Tennessee, Wednesday. Notar Public Phone No. 49 W. B. WALPEN ATTORNEV-AT-LAW Practica 43 Chestnut St., by M. K. Church in a)' Courts. BEREA. KV. Do You Know That the leather business la one that NO ONE can Irani la a week, month or year? My knowledge of leather and its beneflta la the result of mora than TVTENTY YEARS of acta al experience. This Is one rea son I am In position to give the public the beat material and workmanship la Shoe and Har ness Work. Ql'ICK 8ERVIC8 and SATISFACTION. Try TBOHA Bksrl Street Berea, Ky Mr. and Mrs. Veda R tter, of De- pt street Tuesday, Lawrence Powell, of near Ki-g- t n moved Wednesday to the store v hich he recentlv nunhased front L.. . w.tur.. - - . - . Arthur .ToofTries an.l family, of Center street, are visiting Mrs. Jeof- fries' relatives in London this week. Miss Hope Hibbard is spending the holidn. Center season street. ill bi me folJts i n AMERICAN LEGION Hey. Ruldie! Havcyoupaidyourduesyct ? Doitnow. WEST END A NO VCINITY The home nf 1!. Harris made brighter luring .ritmas ny he arrival of a litt'e granddaughtc. She came on the 20th and was name.! Jennie Carolyn Faulkrer. She weighed five pounds. Dr. McGuire suffered an attack of torsilitis during Christmas. Friends of Mrs. Lutes will be gal 1 to know that she was able to ea: Christams dinner with Dr. and Mrs. McGu re. J. H. Jackson made a business trip to Lexington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Johnson and two children, iieimer and jear, from I.croy, HI., are v siting hn aunt, Mrs. J. II. Jackson. Mrs. Nannie Johnson and son, II bart, of BloomingtiTi, I'l., spent th holidays with Mrs. J. II. Jackson. Mrs. Caldwell and daughter and sn, from Campbe'lsville, are visit ng Mrs. D. W. Jackson. Mrs. Roscoe Saunders and children, from Valley View, are visiting Mrs. D. W. Jackson. Walter Gardner is home with his family for the holidays. Rev. Elbert Winkler, of Junction City, visited his uncle, Shelby Wink- ler, last week. He was here to make arrangements for putting his son in school this winter Wm. Ruble from Dreyfus is visit ing Mrs. Lunsf' rd this week. Mr. and Mrs. Nash spent the week end with their daughter at Wildie. Mr. and Mrs. Will McDaniel, of Lexington, are visiting friends and relatives here. P. D. Robbirs, of Scranton, Pa., errived last week to spend th holi days with his w'fe and baby wh are at the home of Mrs. Stout. J. B. Kilbourne has returned to h's work in Harlan county after a two i weeks' visit with his family. West End (Olivet) Sunday-school had its Christmas entcrtiinment and tree on Sunday night. The progtarr. was good and a generous treat as given all the members of the Sunday-school. West Union school closed Friday for a short vacation. Long-needed and much-appreciated work is being "done on a 1 ttle bridge in the Walla,ceton pike near the town limits. Robbsrs Get ja.OOO Pay Roll. Augusta, (ia.. Ix-e. 12. The secre tary to the piiyiiiasier at i!i S.Mejr Oiills wus belt up uml rolibeil of tne I i. i ' I'ontuiiiiiii.' "". The rub- List Your Property FOR SALE with Scruggs, Welch & Gay rf m. estate acents Bereat Kentucky F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. BEREA, KY GLADES NEWS At the home of Mr. and Mrs. James ! Smith at Berea last Friday evening ' Mine rear I Jackson was united in marriage marriage with Mr. Bailey Gentry. The bride is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr. Will Jackson, while the groom la a promising young farmer of the Taint Lick section. Their friend extend congratulat ons. Rct. Carl Vogel officiated. The Todd school srd Glades Sunday-school in cooperation (rave a nie program at the church Sunday (Christmas Pay) which was enjoyed by l present. The leaders are to he congratulated f.r their good worn. Tine Roberts is very sick at the home if his daughter, Mrs. Chas. : Evans, threatened with pneumonia.; Severnl of his children from Ohio ', are with him. Mr. and Mr. Chas. Allen, also the latter's brothers, Curt nnd ('li ve Rob erts, of Oh o, are spending the holi- days here with relatives. 1 local i.oih:e ki.rcts officers The Berea Lodge No. 17, F. and A. M., held its regu ar annual meeting on Tuesday riirht December 27, for the purpose of electing omVers for The fo'lowing officers were elected .1. Chester Gabbard, master; Jasper II. Baufle, sen or warden; Walt -r C. Fngle, junior warden; P. N. Welch treasurer; E. T. Fish, secretary; W B. Jcnes, so ior deacon; Sholburn Wirkler, junior nencon; 11 ardson tyler; Rev. R. L. chaplain. K. Rich. Ambrose, I'E U'HES Jackson County Pride" DoX. Periled Peaches No. 3 Cans Pie Peaches No. n Cans $2.1) Packed by Stanley Powell. 47 Cen ter St., Berea. Ky. TO CORRECT A MISTAKK I have not removed to Richmond. On N 'VPtnher 15 I reopet ed the Rob inson Hosp tal at Berea, and I am permanently located here. Phone Be rea, 141. (Sirred) B. F. Robinson, M.D. EXTRAORDINARY OFFERS C n. P. st. daily $".00 Sou. Agriculturist, weekly r") The Citizen, weekly 1 '. Total 7 0d All three. 1 year, for $S.8." Cin. Weekly Empiirer 11.00 ;ou. Agriculturist, weekly ... The C tizen. weekly -r0 Total $3 00 All three, 1 year, for ......... $2.10 Send or bring your subscriptions to E. F. Harris, Boore Tavern Barber Shop, Berea, Ky. Motivated. ! "A wife on hand Is worth two on Vfliitlon." roie siinieone reeentlr prtilmlilv s tie viewed n pile of dlrfj Jno. F. Dean J. W. Ilerndon DEAN & 1IERNDON Real Estate Dealers ' Wo buy and sell the earth. We have some very desirab'e city prop erty and vaca t lots in anil around Berea. Some lots that are real bar gains and can sell on easy terms. Some special attractions to Federal Board men. A few small places f r rent; also some good farms for sale. See us if you want to buy property in or around Berea. List your property-wth us if you wart to sell. Respectfully, Dean & Ilerndon Berea, Ky. Use Your Old Tires Double Time I do all kinds of first class vulcanizing and retreading at the lowest possible prices. All work guaranteed. Parks Lumber Office, Depot Street -W.B. TATE R"mM. CORNS and CALLOUSES Quickly. Safely, in new and better way. CO-NO-MO is a neat, UNIQUE device. The Inst word f science. No knife. Anti septic, Drugless. Try this hygienic and SAFE WAY. Order it today NOW! You will never want to be without it. GUAR ANTEED: Money refunded if not satisfied. Trice 60c. Mail orders promptly filled. j C0-N0-M0 MFC. CO.. Laboratory Sales Dept.. 204 ContinesUl Trust Bids;-. Wubinitos. D.C. How to Build One of the most important steps in the upbuild ing of your business is to establish the right bank ing connections - to deal with a Bank that in addi tion to furnishing routine facilities takes an active person.il interest in the welfare and success of each customer. We invite your account on th ebasis of rendering just this kind service. As a member of FEDKKAL RKSKKVK SVSTKM with its immense resources of over SIX BILLION IXM.LAKS we are able to co-operate with customers in furnishing the highest cha racter of safety for their futtls and service in the upbuilding of their business. Come in and get acquainted. Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEKKA Happy New Year! We take this occasion to thank our customers for the liberal patronage they have given us in the past year, and we hope the service which we have been able to render will merit a con tinuance of our happy rela tions during the coming year. A. B. Cornett & Sons Phone No. 129 Main Street - - Berea, Kentucky LILY WHITE FLOUR Hettt r lli. in evrr. It kikes everythinr KENTUCKY CORN MEAL IWst on tin msk.it AUays tre-li. S,l. at rt .iMiiMblc . ue and gujtanti il .v ail nit r MANUFACTURED AT HOME Berea Milling Company BEREA KENTUCKY Classified Advertisements FOR RENT Four-room cottage on C hestnut street, about January 1,' lr.V Annlv .10 ltoom. utr.t. FOR KENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, on Chestnut street. Apply 30 Boone strict. FOR RENT A house on Prospect Leroy Alcorn. new three-room Ave., at Berea. FOR SALE Good seven-room house; right. See J. W. HOSKINS. price HOUSE TO RENT My home on Boone street, furnish ed or unfurnished. Apply to Mrs. Ely Duker on Chestnut street. FOR SALE Four-room house, good well in porch, arid ten acres of land on Walmit Meadow p ks. Price is right See E. P. Og. WANTED to furn sh music for all occasions. Wo feature the latest song hits. Reasonable charges. For dates cat! phone number .10, or write Ilarr s Orchestra, Berea, Ky. i P.S. Good music is CO percent of the show. WANTED Reliable Dealers and Agents everywhere to handle the big gest line of Fireworks and Christmas Goods in the country. Address Box 114, Dayton, O. WANTED Salesmen with car, capable of earning -1150 per week and able to manage salesmen in this distrct 10 000 mile cord tirea at lowest price. Th a Is a rare oppor tunity for a producer. SMITH ONE HEAT SYSTEM, 1108 S. Michigan Ave, Ch'cago, 111. Your Business KENTUCKY Will sell or trade pure-bred Haired Plymouth Rock Cockerel for others of same breed of different strain. " .. .. cu. no C..II l" W I ....LI- tj v.. n I"' " " n'- Several thoroughbred White Plym outh Rock Cockerels for sale; 12 60 each. John F. Smith, 67 Jackson St AGENTS-I want one LIVE REP RESENTATIVE in each Town, City and County in Kentucky. New Household Article. Sella on 8if.nL Rig Repeater. ACT AT ONCE BE FORE SOME ONE BEATS YOU ""O IT. II. Rudy, Dept 22, 233 W. Chestnut St., Louisville, Ky. BEREARICIIMONh AUTO UN Tims-Table Leaves Richmond (Glyndon Hotel) 7:00 a. at. Arrives Berea 9-45 a. 0k Leaves Berea (Boone Tavern) 10 00 a. av Arrives Richmond lu46 a.aa Fare 1125 I Want to Do Your Shoe Repairing I want an opportunity to con vince you that I CAN 8AVB YOU MONEY and give year feet comfort And I want te) further convince yoa that ear work and material U of the vrf best, coupled with uuirk service, at price no hlfh.r than toj pay for inferior work snd poor service- All work (aaraataed. loo TBOMA Short (trees Ky.