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tri cmzxN Dereaabsr tl. IMS DR. J. E. ANDERSON OOce la Bm Bank A Treat Ca. Baildlag Berea, Ky. Offiee Ptieae 117 Ret. PV 174 Notary Public Photi N 49 W. B. WALDEN ATTORNEY-AT-LAVV Berea National Bank Building Practice la all Coo na BEREA, KV. DR. LOGSDON DENTIST Office hears ft-lS a. ra, 1-4 a. as. Government Dentist Located la BAKER BUILDING Mala Street Berea. Ky. Paoao No. I Local Page New ef Baraa tad VklaKy, Gathered frem a Variety ef Soercoa. Jimmy Harris surprised home folks Sunday, when ha unexpectedly came home for the holiday. Mr. Tarry'e son ia very ill with pneumonia. F. L. MOORE'S Jewelry Store FOR First Class Repairing AND Fine Line of Jewelry CENTER ST. BF.REA. KV Thank You for a year of friendship and support. May You receive the maximum of happiness and success in the years that are to come And have your shoes repaired by Rivers & Hubbard Short Street Lady With Large Acquaintance who it employed In ready to wear depart mentor who is dressmaking can becume eatablishrd in her own buines and cre ate a worth while income without com petition. We will send you from fifteen to fifty new atyle dref auiiable for all occaaionn, every month ; ronatanty ex changing unsold mode It fur new ttyln. Applicants who cannot give bank ref erences, will not be considered. PEGGY O NEIL Cm lor mi r.rlr Priced. Hi b CUm Praiaa 2t Weal 35tk St. rew York Cry Christmas the time of good cheer. You are glad to make someone happy. We wish you a Merry Christmas. We quote you prices on the follow ing items. Oranges, per dot 40c and 50c Golden Ortloys Apples, per dos..50c King Apples, per lb 6c English Walnuts, per lb 35: or 3 lbs. for $1.0 J Mixed Nuts, per lb 23: 2 lbs. for 4r)c Candy, all kinds of sweets. See our assortment before you buy. We invite you to visit our shop. Guess bow many aeeda in the pumpkin. To the one guessing near est the number we will give $100; to the sword $3.00; to the third $2.00; the fourth $1.00. One guess free with a dollar purchase, from De cember 8 to 30. In case of a tin money will be equally divided. Get some of this prize money for New Year's gift The Variety Store Wanta ta Please You. Always Busy. R. R. HARRIS Chestnut St Bere, Ky. Mrs. W. S. Hoskins and her litt'.o ion, Dewey, who have been sick, are slle to be out again. Major Haynea, Federal Prohibition Commissioner, says that the use of subchasers along the coast has dec-eased the smuggling of liquors Ly at least two-thirds. Mrs. John F. Smith and two little si ns left Berea Tuesday to spend the Christmas vacation at Obe-lin, Ohio, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mar tindale. Mr. ard Mrs. R. L Brown spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Jthn Lawson, of Bobtown. Marsha'l E. Vaughn left Berea Monday for Kentcnia and Barbour ville, Ky where he will dj some spcuking in connection with the Eastern Kentucky Achievement Campaign. The "pp" party promoters will come out roon with announcements of plans for a big party on New Year V night. C. B. Smith, chief officer of Exten sion Work U. S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, wa. in Berea Saturday visiting Coun'y Age: t Spence and Berea College. Mi. Smith was on his way to Knox- ville and other southern points. Oscar Helton of Krksville, Ky., arrived at the Robinson Hospital yetterday for an operation. Mayor Jchn L. Gay, who was taken ill a few day.i ago, is recovering in (he Robinson Hospital. Judge and Mrs. Engle, formerly of McKee, Ky., and more recently of Mississippi, will move to Berea shortly. They expect to reside on Jackion street. Mr. and Mrs. Engle are the parents of Virginia Engle, who is now in Berea College, and they had two daughters to graduate f n m the College in past years. R. L. Eversole is enjoying a two weeks vacation with the home folk.. Dr. P. Cornelius has returned to his home in Aberdeen, Miss., after a visit of somo days in Berea. Henry Kaze of Ravenna, Ky., was a Be-ea visitor on Wednesday. Mrs. Jim Jackson is quite ill at her home on Chestnut street. Mrs. Golden, who has been quite il! for sometime, is back at her poit in the Cooperative Store. Mrs. McGuire and son have gone to their Beattyville home to spenl Ch-istmas. Mrs. R. Boyd Baker and son have gone to Corbin, their former home. to spend the Yuletide holidays. Mr. Turner, con-in-law of Jo.: Jihnson, of Chestrut street, has bought a hotel in Irvine, Ky., and will take cont-ol of it at once. Mrs. Ebn Duncan of Latonia, Ky., Is in Berea with her parents be cause of the i'lncss of her mother, Mrs. J. H. Jackson. W. B. Jones, who travels for the Myers Dry Goods Co., has just re turned from Morristown, Tenn., where he has been getting a spring line of goods. Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer of Be rea were called by wire to Indianpo lir, Ind., to see their son, who is very lew following an operation for ap pendicitis. The little daughter of Mr. and Mr. James Baker, of Boone street, is very sick with pneumonia. Mrs. Margaret Johnson has been on the sick list for the past week. James Muncy and family are moving from their home on Railnud street, to Ravennna, Kentucky. While playin-r on the church lawn Sunday evening, Homer, the little son of W. J. Purkey, fell and brok his leg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers, of Bell county are visiting their mother Mr. Rogers at Bobtown. Little Kermit Turner is very sick w'th whooping cough. Eldun Baker has been on the sick list, but is ablo to be out again. Mrs. H. J. Highland is spending tl.e holidays with home folks. Will Adams, ion of T. W. Adams of Kingston, was instantly killed Saturday night by a street car in Middletown, Ohio. Karr Freeman who Is teaching at Whitley. Ky., is home for the holi days, j I'rcfenor and Mrs. Dodge return-; ri Satuiday from Louisville, where they had been invited by Governor Mo-row to attend the State Inter racial Conference. The Profess ir ccme back looking worn from the strenuout ness of the trip, but we were glad to find him sitting up in his bed room writing this mo-ning. Mrs. E. G. Walker is quite sick at her home an Center-Jackson streets, i HILL LOGSDON An event of Interert to the people of Berea and students of the Voca tional school was the mariage las' I Thursday, Dec. 14, of Miss Ethvl Lorsdon of Berea to Mr. P. II. Hill (of Winchester. The wedding was solmenized in the parsonage of the tWt OHstlan Church of Winchester, In the pres ence of a few f iends and relatives. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and M-s. C. W. Logsden and a sis ter of Dr. J. M. Logsdon. She wns a student in the Vocational School of Berea College before her mar riage. They will make their home In Win chester, where the groom is in the (.'rage business and where now ci ti grotulations from their friends are bung received. MEN'S Rlftl.R CLASS The Men's Bible Class st Union Church meets at 9:45 rharp in the back gallery. The subject next Sun dny is a patriotic one: "Religion in America. We shall discuss the ad vantages of city and country, the th'ngs that make religion spread, and the things that make it weak, the nody regions, and the opposing for ces like liquor, Ku-Klux, and Hypoc-a-cy. Every man not on duty some where else is invited. WEST END AND VICINITY Mr. Oliver was in Cincinnati Mon day on business. Mr. and Mrs. Galbraitb have moved to Dr. McGuire's house. Mrs. J. II. Jackson is confined it home by illness. Homer, the little son of J. W. Tur key, fell Sunday night while playing with other boys and b-oke his lei. He was carried to the Robinson Hos pital. Burdette Allen, who is working v. Livingston, spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. C. H. Todd. Mrs. Narh returned Sunday from a visit at Wildie. Mrs. J. R. nays of Snyder visited her sisters, Mrs. Baufle and Mrs. Ea tridge, last week. A rain barrel, a load of pine wood, and an iron boiler mysteriously ds-appea-ed from West End lart week. A short distance out of town the bar rel and kettle were found, the fire was burning, but the "shiners" had disappeared. REUNION Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Webb of Jack son street are having a joyful re union of their children as a Christ mas feat. Mr. Webb and daughters, Mn, Picklesimer and Mrs. Adams, at rived Saturday, and John came In from his work in Illinois Wednes- dry. Mr. Picklesimer and Mr. Adams will be bere In due time for Christ mas dinner. CHRISTIAN CHURCH The Christmas fee and exercises ulanncd for Christmas Eve will be given on Christmas night instead. The Old Maids' Convention, pre sented for the second time in the Christian church building Tuesday evening, was a success In every way. Each player did well and ton Lewis dererves 8iecial mention be cause of the way he handled the part of the Professor Pernington, In spite of the fact that he had had but two hours in which to prepare, owing t the unexpected absence of Robert Lamb, who played that part on the week before. THE UNION CHURCH Rev. Earl F. Zeig'er, Pastor Sunday morning services at 11:00 o'clock. The subject will be "Joy." Sundav nieht service at 7:00 o'clock. A musical program wll be given under the charge of Professor Rigby and Mr. Taylor. A pleasant evening is promiied. The regular Thursday night prayer meeting at 7:30 with the subject, "What Christ Means to Me." The Sunday-school Christmas en- trrtairment will come on Saturday night. Decern!- 2.1, at 7:00 o'clock in the Sunday-school room. Professor Raine'a Sunday-schv! class will give a play In the Sunday- rrhool room next week on a night to bo announced later. On Thursday night of next week a church social will be given fol'ow ing a b-ief devotional meeting. Stu- dt nU arc invited. NOTICE The Treasurers Office of the Col lege will be open morrings only dur ing the Christmas vacation. Tho. J. Osborne BFREA COLORED SfnOOL TO HAVE CHRISTMAS BASKET The Colored Sunday-school gave a supper at the school house and rais mi money for their Christmas tree, but instead of the tree they will havi Sunday morning, December 24, Christmas basket. The basket will be decorated and Santy will just droj the presents in it for the children. THE ECONOMY STORE Short SU Phone 172 From now until Xmaa, we will make a special price on the follow ing articles: Eden I'eaa per can 14 cents, per dozen $1X0. Corn, good quality, per can 10 cents, per dozen car.s, $1.16. Tomatoes, No. 2 cans, per can, 14 cents, per dozen cans, $1.50. Chum Salmon, per can, 13 cent, per. dozen cans $1.45. Pink Salmon, per can 15 cents, per dozen cans $1.65. Navy Beans, per lb, 11 cents. Largo Navy's, per lb, 12 cents. Lima Beans, per lb, 12 cents. Rice, per & 10 cents 12 lbs for $1. Prunes, 50 to 60 size, 25 cents per lb. Peaches, good quality, 25 centa per lb. Dates, 35 cents per lb. Citron, 70 cents per lb. Shelled pecans, $125 per lb or centa per ounce. Candied Cherries, $1.00 per lb. or 7 cents per ounce. We have just received a fresh sup ply of candy, cakes and fruits for the Xmas holidays. Don't forget to order a bag of Lexington Cream Flour before yoj start to make your cakos. TheprLe is now $1.20 per bag. Quality Service ECONOMY. Robinson Hospital Berea, Ky. Rates for private room with board and care $1.50 to $3.57 icr itj $10.50 to $25.00 per week VACATION HOURS IN LIBRARY The Library will open every day Sundays included, from 2 to 5 p. m I . will also be open after supper f-om 6:15 to 8 p. is. on Tuesdays and Saturdays. A let of men who think they are bronri-inlmled are simply too shallow, minded to afford anchorage for aa onliilun Classified Advertisements The charge for ads. in this column is one cent per word, payable in aJ vance. Minimum charge for first in sertion, 25 cents. Wm. Mainous has a good Jersey Bull at his barn on Center street, Be rea, Ky. Your patronage solicitel. Fee $1.00 at the barn. (p28 FOR SALE Best quality roy bean hay, baled. Richer than clover. $2 pe- ton delivered. I NEED A FRESH COW. James Watt Raine, phone 6M. (p2C) FOR RENT Five room appart ment, recently furnished, facing street, bath room, water and light. Front and back porches. Ob?rt Rich ards an, 61 Center street, phone 196, Berea, Ky. (p26 STRAYED OR STOLEN A dark bay taddle horse with black mane and tail, white spot in forehead, an I white ankle on lift bind legs. About 16 hands high. Disappeared from the lot at my home in Bobtown on Big Hill and Richmond pike. $10.'i0 eward. Jamea II ignite, Route 2, Be rea, Ky. P23) Wishing You Well 1922 has been a year replete with favors and courtesies exlended to us by the citizens of this town and countryside. It is our wish and desire that you may have a joy ful Christmas and that success and hap piness may attend you during the year. 1923 Berea National Bank J. L. GAY, Cashier BEREA KENTUCKY if 5 Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year To all of our customers and friends. We wish to express at this Yulrtidt season our sin cere thanks to our customers lor their patronage during the past year. E. L. Thoma Short Street Berea, Ky. The Model Press Shop ofiVrs 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. THE LITERARY DIGEST cmlng into your home during tho holidays and constantly each week for a year will afford mo-e benefit and real enjoyment to a whole family school children aa well than any thing else you could buy for the sam money. Fifty-two Irsuca one each week for $4.00. A E. ORR, special represer tative, 45A Center street, Be-ea, Ky. (n26) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Anyone having a claim against the istute of Levi Lamb, deceased, sl hereby notified to present same to mul tefore February 15, 1923. Mrs. Lo i Lamb, widow of deceased, also wishus' to announce that shi will settle an just claim against her before thoj above mentioned date. All claims . must be properly verified. Ewell Pittman, Executor. (m32) Dreyfus, Ky. This Christmas Your photograph the only gift that only you can make. Open evenings by appointment Pi- THE LEWIS STUDIO Short Street Berea, Ky, To .All of Our Friends We wish you a Merry Christmas and trust that the approaching New Year will be one filled with prosperity and happiness for you. It will help you to keep the Christmas spirit thru the coming year if you buy your meats and groceries from us. Wilder's Market and Grocery A. J. WILDER, Proprietor Short Street, Phone 11 Berea, Ky.