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DR. J. E. ANDERSON
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Notary Public
PbolM No. 4
W. B. WALDEN
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW
Bcrra National Bank Building
Practlra
la all Couna
BfcREA, KY.
DR. LOGSDON
DENTIST
Oftir hoara -!2 a. 1-4 a. a.
Government Dsstist
Laratad In
P4KER BUILDING
Mala 8trt
Phono Na. S
F. L, MOORE'S
Jewelry Store
FOR
First Clan Repairing
AND
Fine Una of Jewelry
CENTER ST BEREA. K
COLORED NOTES
Mr. aid Mrs. Mack Herron art Uw
proud parents of a baby boy born
November 2, Cloyd William Herron.
The supper was postponed at the
schojlbouse Saturday night on ac
count of bad weather.
Meeting was held at the A. M. E.
church Saturday and Sunday night
Services rendered by Rev. Garr, for
mer pastor of the church.
Mrs. George White, who has been
on the sick list for several days, is
able to be out again.
Mr. and Mrs. Madison Gentry, Miss
Mallissa Ballard and little nephew,
John Henry Ballard, motored to Lex
ington for Thanksgiving. They re
ported a good time.
A sermon will be preached at the
Colored Baptist church Christmas
Day by Rev. H. C Baker, pastor.
An old folks drill will be held at
the Baptist church Christmas week.
Ilka Mars-smite Newman and
Clark Hatton of Richmond were the
guests of Miss Mae Doe, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Rice enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. Elbridgs Held,
Sunday evening.
Lady With Large AcejaaiaUaee
who is employed In ready to wear depart
mentor who l dressmaking can become
established In ber own buWness and cre
ate a worth while income without com
petition. We will send you from fifteen
to fifty new style dresses suitable for all
occasions, evrry month; constant ex
changing; unsold models for new styles
Applicsnts who csnnot give bank ref
erences, will not be considered.
PEGGY O'NEIL
CtaaSaraf FWaUr rMswJ. Hies Ctase P
2 West SStk St. few Yets City
Santa Clauo
Santa Clsus is coming. Only ss
an teen days until Christmas. Every
one take notice, be ready, select youi
gifts for fsmily and friend not e
pentive, to be a burden by all
mesas a gift of remembrance. You
will be surprised when you visit our
shop, to see so many things that will
make suitable gifts for alL Last but
not least, don't forget the food.
Pre Da re early. Buy for your holiday
feasts. Our stock is complete, our
prices are reportable. We pay you
to visit our store. When you buy
$1.00 In merchandise you are entitled
to a guess how many seeds in the
pumpkin, front: December 8 to De
cember 80, inclusive.
1st closest ruesa ....(cash) $4-00
2nd " - 13.00
3rd " " 12-00
4th " " 11-00
In ease of tie the money will be
equally divided. Get some of the
prise money for New Year's gift
Always Baay
R. R. HARRIS
Chaetaut St Bert, Ky.
Local Page
News of Horse and Vklaltr,
Gathered from a Variety
of Soarcea.
A. Pruitte Smith srrived Tuetdsy
morning from Logsnsport, Ind., with
s new fire truck for Bercs. The writer
has looked it ce- snd it looks god.
I am sure if we will all coopersU
with Mr. Smith, Bcrea will have i
fire squad that ran qu'ckly extin
guiah any fire that we msy hsve.
Dr. P. Co-nelius of Aberdeen.
Mi.s., has bee.i rpending a few days
smong his many friends here.
Ben Davis, deputy iherilT, wss in
Beres yesterday summoning Jurors
to try the Clayhole murder esses
which occu-red in Jackson, Breathitt
county, at the last presidential elec
tion. Messrs. Tslmsdge Jones and Wm.
Livesay of Mt Vernon made a short
visit to Berea lait week.
Misses Lavsda Creckmore and Nell
Gay were Christmss shoppers in Be
rea Satu-day.
Misres Jennie Bidder and Amanda
Bogie of Richmond were in Beres
Wednesday.
J. B. Turner spent the week-end
with homefolks.
D. Smith's new home on the Rich
mord pike is near completion.
Mrs. James Chssteen is still im
proving.
T. T. McMillan, representing the
fi-m McMillan, Hsys Co., of Knox
ville. Term., spent several days in Be
rea. James Smith, who is with the Ky
rock Asphalt Co., Kyrock, Ky., has
returned to his work.
Mrs. M. Freeman is on the sick
list.
Mrs. Lona Fish, who has been se
riously ill, is improving.
Mrs. F. M. Livengood has been
quite sick for several days.
Miss Ruth Chssteen and Richard
Cates eloped to Louisville and were
married.
The following engagement an
nouncement, which will be of interest.
to many former Bereans, is copied
from a recent number of the Louis
ville Courier-Journal:
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pound an
nounca the engagement of their
daughter. Miss Margaret Wagner
Pound to Dr. Herman Mahsffey of
Richmond. The wedding will take
place in June.
Dr. Mahaffey, who is a former stu
dent and graduate of Berea College,
class of '17, hss many Berea friends
hero and elsewhere who will note
with kindly Interest this bit of infor
mstion. Mr. and Mrs. Scott T. McGuire and
son are leaving for San Antonio,
Texas, tomorrow. Their many friends
in Berea wish them an enjoyable trip,
On Tuesday of next week, Decem
ber 19, at 7:30 p. n, the ladies of
.he Christian church, having been
ai ked by several who could not come
before, will give again "The Old
Maids' Convention. It will be even
Letter than before, and you cant af
ford to miss it. Admission 26 cents.
Tickets on sale at Mrs. Laura
Jores' Store, Seale's Restaurant and
Welch's Dry Goods Store.
R. H. ROYSTON HONORED
Prof. R. H. Royston, teacher it the
Consolidated Colored School of Bob
town and Rogersville, and resident cf
Berea, has been appointed by Gover
nor Morrow as a representative of
the colored people of this section
at the State Inter-racial Conference
which is to convene In Louisville, De
cember IS and 16. This ctnferenrt
has done much in the past in foster
ing a better understanding between
the races, and much is expected frota
this gsthering.
CHRISTMAS CHEER FOR BERRA
COLORED SCHOOL
The colored folks of Berea and vi
cimty are going to have a largo
Christmas tree and serve a good
Christmas tree on Christmas Day,
Monday noon, for colored folks.
Any toys, candy, etc., to give these.
colored children a happy reminder of
Christmas cheer, will be greatly ap
precis ted.
If you have anything to spsre when
to much of good cheer is being
spread all around as, notify the
tescber of the school, Mrs. Matilda
Gentry, or Mr. John Miller. '
FLOWER 8ALB
The Ladies of the W. C, A.
of the
Union Church
Will Conduct a
Flower 8ale
At
The Fashion Store
8stordsy, December It. 1911
Paper Flowers and Birds
See Display
WEST END AND VICINITY
The Chestnut street group of the
W. M. U. of the Baptist church met
with Mrs. C Lewis, Wednesdsy af
te-noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fstill Jones visited
in Danville, Sunday.
Miss Helen Jsmes spent the week
end st home.
S. B. Johnson is at home from
Chavies.
Mrs. Bettie Tswley has moved from
the lower end of town and has rente 1
rooms from Mrs. Poff.
Delbrrt Poff is at home fom Day
ton, O., for the holiday season.
J. B. Kilboume returned to Lynch.
Sunday.
Mrs. Nash has recovered from an
attack of rheumatism.
Estill Jones made a business trio
to Cincirnati, Monday.
Misses Ge-trude Hogg, Virgin's
Nickell and Thelma Grors spent
Saturday night with Mrs. K.lbourne.
On Tuesday, December 6th, Mis
Gladys Todd and Thomas Logsdon
were united in marriage st the home
of the bride. Only a few intimate
friends witnessed the ceemony, which
wss performed by Rev. G. V. Todd.
PARENT-TEACHERS'
ASSOCIATION
The Psrent-Teschers' Association
of the Trsining School met at Knapp
Hall on Tuesday, December 6, with
a la--ge number of parents present.
The little folks of the first, second,
third and fou-th grades entertained
the audience with tongs. A plsy en
titled "Good English," which was
both ertertainlng and helpful to all,
was given by the seventh and eigh.h
grades. The subject for discussion.
"Good English," wss led by Re
Zeigler.
The membership committee reports
good results in securing member,
snd it is u-ged thst all parents who
hsve children in school become mem
bers of the sssociation, where par
ents and teachers msy work together
for benefit of parent, teacher and
pupil.
CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
On Sunday evenirg, December 17
at 7 o'clock in the College Chapel,
the Foundation School will give thi
beautiful pageant, "The Light of the
Wo-ld." This psgesnt was given in
Toki , Jspsn, at the time of the
World's Sundsy School Convention,
snd is given every summer at Chau
tauqua, New York.
All the students of Foundation
School will take part in the exerrise.
MEN'S BIBLB CLASS
The Men's Class at Union church
will meet next Sunday in the Ba-k
Galle-y. The topic is The Heathen
World," and different members win
report upon Mobamedanism and other
non-Christian religions and the prog
ress of foreign missions. This is a
men's clsss, and every man not oi
duty elsewhere will do himself a
favor by being on hand promptly at
0:46.
THB ECONOMY 8TORB
Short St, Phone 171
From now until Xmss, we will
make a special price on the follow
ing articles:
Eden Peas per can 14 cents, per
dosen $1.60.
Corn, good quality, per can 10
cents, per dozen cans, $1.16.
Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, per can, 14
cents, per dozen cans, $1.60.
Chum Salmon, per can, 13 cents,
per dosen cans $1.46.
Pink Salmon, per can 16 cents, per
dozen cans $1.66.
Navy Beans, per lb, 11 cents.
Largo Navy's, per lb, IS cents.
Lima Beans, per lb, 12 cents.
Rice, per A 10 cents 12 lbs for $1.
Prunes, 60 to 60 sise, 28 cents
psr lb.
Peaches, good quality, 28 cents
per lb.
Dates, 85 cents per lb.
Citron, 70 cents per lb.
Shelled pecans, $1.25 per lb or it
cents per ounce.
Candied Cherries, $1.00 per lb. or
7 cents per ounce.
We hsve just received a fresh sup
ply of candy, cakes and fruits for
the Xmaa holidays.
Dont forget to order a bag of
Lexington Cream Flour before you
start to make your cakes. ThsprLs
is now $1.20 per bag.
Quality Service ECONOMY.
Robinson Hospital
Berea, K7.
Rates for private room
with board and care
$1.50 to $3.57 per thy
$19.50 to $2100 per week
BEREA GIRL HONORED AT UNI
VERSITY OF KENTUCKY
Lrxington, Ky., Dec. 12. (Special
to Berea Cititin). Miss Helen Fran
ret James, dsughter of Mr. and Mr.
II. L. James of Bcrea, Ky., is attend
ing the University of Kentucky here,
where she is 1 sophomore In the col
legs of srts snd se'encos. Last year
Miss Jsmes took several courses at
be'-ea College, having graduated in
1921 f-om Sayre College in Lex ing
t n. While at Sayre, Mlis Jsmi
wss an initiate of Thi Thots Delts,
those members are chosen for
scholarship snd popularity. In her
senior year In high school, when sh
wss selected to take the part of May
Quern in the annual spring festivsl.
Miss James received the highest
tribute which csn be scrorded
Ssyre student. Since matriculating
at the University, Miss Jsmes hss
been pledged to Alphs Gamma Delta,
one of the foremost sororities on th
"ampi's, snd hss become a member of
the Unive'sity Y. W. C. A. and tht
Psychology Club. One of the most
attractive young women at the Unl-ve-sity,
Miss James is a charming
representative of Bcres's younger
generation. ,
THE OLD MAIDS' CONVENTION
Urdoubted'y the "The Old Maids'
Convention," given by the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Christian church
'ait Friday night, was on of the moat
entertaining programs ever render d
in Berea. From the standpoint of
bHng a laugh-producer, it was Irre
sistible f-om beginning to erd. Tho'ie
who d'd "ot see it csnnot be told in
sn adequate manner how funny it
realty was.
The Isdies of the church put a lot
of work into it, and they a-e to be
congratulated on its success. Thev
are highly gratified with the support
it wss given finar daily.
We learn that it is to be gives
a rain next Tuesdsy night for the
benefit of thore who fsiled to see it
Classified AeVe-tisements
The charge for ads. In this colusss
is one cent per word, paysble In sJ
vsncs. Minimum charge for first i
sertion, 25 cents.
FOR RENT 4 good rooms. West
Frd Berea. Frank Taylor, Berea,
Ky. (ptll
FOR RENT 6--oom house with
lights, wsler and bath. See R. H
Chrisman. FOR RENT Good front
aished; electric lights and
bathroom. fl Center street.
1M.
FOUR MEAT HOGS FOR SALE.
W. A. Ogr, Berea, Ky., phone 146-
B.
FOR SALE 2000 Balss Timothy
and 600 Bales Clover Hsy In ton or
car lota. R. H. Chrisman.
FOX SALE Goad,
Terms If desired. J asm
D. No. 1, Berea, Ky.
Taylor, R, K.
(Ml)
STRAYED OR STOLEN A dark
bay raddls horse with black mans and
tal, white spot in foehead, and
white ankle on lift hind legs. About
16 hands high. Disappeared from
the lot at my home in Botown on
Big Hill and Richmond pike. $10.00
award. James H ignite. Route 2, Be
rea, Ky. p2S)
THE LITERARY DIGEST
evening into your home during the
holidays snd constantly each week for
a year will afford mo-e benefit and
real enjoyment to a whMe family
school ch'ldren as well then any
thing else you could boy for the same
money. Fifty-two irsu-s one esch
week for $4X0. A E. ORR, special
repress' tstive, 45 A Center street,
Bs-es, Ky. (m26)
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Anyons having a claim against the
estate of Levi Lamb, deceased, s
hereby notified to pesent ssme to me
refore Februsry 15, 1923. Mrs. Levi
Lamb, widow of deceased, also wishes
to announco that shi will settle an?
.lust claim against hsr before the
sbove mentioned date. All claims
must be properly verified.
Ewell Pittmee, Executor,
(m32) Dreyfus, Ky.
TOUR HOME TOWN DEALER
SERVES T0U BEST
BEREA MOTOR CO.
Ford Sale and Service)
TELEPHONE 234
Sew the new models si our
sales room
reetn, fsr-
Does Your Bank Take an
Interest in You?
Do the employees and officers know you? Are
they glad to see you? Do they make sure that its
service meets your personal requirements?
The service of the Perea National Bank is
organized with pneisely this erd in viw. More
over, it belongs to the FEDERAL RESERVE SYS
TEM, and as a result, its ability both to serve you
acceptably and to safeguard completely the funds
entrusted to us, is materially enhanced.
Let us show you what banking service means
when it is based on this idea.
Berea National Bank
J. L. GAY, Cashier
BEREA
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 wliat you pay."
First class work for those who care.
See
THOMA
Short Street
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 & Center Sts.
This Christmas
Your photograph
the only gift
that only you can
make.
Open evenings by
appointment
THE LEWIS STUDIO
Short Street
T,
HE number
with us is growing every day. Have
you joined the ranks? If not, why not?
No 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, Phono 11
KENTUCKY
Bcrea, Kentucky
Bcrea, Ky.
of those who trade
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